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John McHugh M.D.:

Out patient procedure performed with Zeiss operating microscope, microscopic suture and instruments, general anesthesia with Board Certified anesthesiologist, in an accredited urologic ambulatory surgery center by an experienced urologist.

Originally posted on Prostate diaries:

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Dr. McHugh performed my vasectomy in October 2012 after the birth of my daughter. In early 2014 my wife and I decided to try for a second child. Dr. McHugh  reversed my vasectomy on March 6, 2014. The procedure was completed in a few hours with no complications. I experienced no more pain or discomfort than with my original vasectomy. With in three weeks my wife had a positive pregnancy test and we celebrated the birth of our son on November 14, 2014. I would highly recommend using Dr. McHugh for both vasectomies and reversals.

Cleveland, Georgia.

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There is no fury like a urethra scorned.

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The dour physician is repulsive to the well and sick alike.

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The good physician treats the disease the great physician treats the patient with the disease.- Osler

Will Rogers said, “I never met a man I didn’t like.”

How can that be?

John McHugh M.D.:

Be kind to your urologist-be like Bill Withers-“Let me give you the news, if it feels this good being used…Then use me up.” Don’t discard the urologist, “use” him.

Originally posted on Prostate diaries:

Show some loving to the  “biopsy urologist” post. It may behoove you.

I wrote this post some time ago.  I had noticed how many times on the various prostate cancer message boards that patients got their diagnosis, made a decision and then went elsewhere.  In many of the discussions the “biopsy urologist” was never mentioned, a technician so to speak.

A couple of things. Why not keep the lines of communication open with the original urologist? He or she might be a good resource for the future.  In general I don’t think the urologist is “upset,” ” offended,” or “disappointed” if you do something else other than his recommendation, or done by someone else other that him or her. I really believe this, yet I know it’s not true for all.  So no reason to burn a bridge. If you have to go out-of-town to be treated (no matter what the…

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If only in all of our lives…we had the “retro-spectivescope.”

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