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    05-20-2012, 07:12 AM
Go to a doctor immediately. After he/she clears you then wear tighter underwear and jeans.
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    05-20-2012, 07:15 AM
That's not laughable, that's your family jewels there man. I would have gotten it checked out weeks ago.

Go to a doctor, as iridehorses said.

I don't care if you cantered your first lesson or your 5th lesson.. that's not relevant. What IS relevant is you've had pain for over a month now. That's serious.

Hopefully you've okay.
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    05-20-2012, 10:22 AM
Sky! For a chick you are aweseomely SUPER sympathetic to a dude issue, I'm impressed...maybe you missed your calling, and should go into nursing!!

(We nurses are always on the "prowl", scoping out the eleven other people in the world that are actually capable of caring about stuff that doesn't directly effect them and theoretically, never could; then we RECRUIT them into nursing!! HAHA)--true for this situation, as I doubt you will wake up anytime soon having grown a "pair"!! Hehe...

Boggart, I definitely have to agree with Sky and others here advising "Go to the doc!" The, um, "nuts" are fairly "unbreakable", so more than likely everything is 100% A-Ok! Perhaps though the soreness is something else entirely, and the riding just "stirred the pot" so to speak...Definitely worth a check up...Let us know that you are fine when you get back...

By the way...what a LUCKY dude you are to have a woman who is a great riding instructor! Wow, I would love it if my husband had been some huge horse fanatic when we met...we probably would not have waited the whole THREE months before moving in together! Okay, sorry, back to yer "junk"...

As stated, probably just residual "ouchiness" but worth a check up. Next time you will be SUPER prepared!

Best of luck to you!!! ~~Tammy~~
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    05-20-2012, 12:05 PM
Thank you, all of you, for your support. Sky, I read your story and you have all my sympathy and I'm really sorry about what happened in your past.

@Back2Horsebackoes your husband rides too?
    05-20-2012, 12:19 PM
I am not showing my boyfriend this thread...convinced him last night to take a lesson at my barn!! About time too, I'm always complaining that he never takes an interest in my hobbies...shocked he picked this one to try. He will be none too pleased to think of his frank n' beans being squashed, so mum's the word on that one.
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    05-20-2012, 01:02 PM
Sorry about your're a good egg for learning to ride for your sweetie. Got any brothers?
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    05-20-2012, 01:16 PM
I got two sisters. One of them rode a few times, though it wasn't a continuous activity for her.

EDIT: regarding what I said about Sky, I'm sorry. I got you mixed up with AnalisaParalyzer. Really sorry, again
    05-20-2012, 01:42 PM
As the 'woman' in question.. I'm not even a certified riding instructor or anything. I just happen to own a horse and to love teaching and we'll see eventually if I know enough to get him to be a good rider.. I'll gladly take you guys pics and videos when we get there, lol. (And if it turns out kids are out of the question for us, we'll all know who to blame.)
    05-20-2012, 10:20 PM
Oh dear, let's hope it's not THAT serious, Jierda. And no blame goes to anyone. Accidents happen.

Originally Posted by Boggart    
I got two sisters. One of them rode a few times, though it wasn't a continuous activity for her.

EDIT: regarding what I said about Sky, I'm sorry. I got you mixed up with AnalisaParalyzer. Really sorry, again
Yeah I was going to say, I don't need nor want sympathy :P

But yeah you gotta take care of yourself, man!

And it's okay, lol.
    05-21-2012, 07:25 AM
Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
Oh dear, let's hope it's not THAT serious, Jierda. And no blame goes to anyone. Accidents happen.
They don't if you don't get on a horse in the first place.. Guess who made that happen? I don't think it's that serious, but I'll be subjecting him to a number of bareback and stirrupless lessons, so it just might be later, lol.

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