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    Did my accident sterilize me?
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    Mikey2015 posted:
    9 years ago, I had an accident on my bike and my penis got caught in the bike pedals. Ath the time I was 15 and no one took me to the doctor. Could this accident have affected my chances of having kids or anything like that or is it no big deal?
     
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    Joel Bernstien, MD responded:
    If you still have normal urinary, erectile, and ejaculatory ability it probably did not affect your ability to have kids. If any of those are a problem, you can certainly visit a urologist and express your concerns.


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