I had a vasectomy yesterday and my fear of feeling the squeezing of my testicles did happen which I expected, but it's that same feeling at certain times when I walk without holding my testicles up that I feel that sensation. Is that normal? And how long will it last? I feel it on the right side but not on my left. It bothers me so much that I cannot walk normal and I have to hold my scrotum up to avoid the pain temporarily.
I just had a vasectomy 8 days ago. My left testicle is fine, but my right one is 3 to 4 times larger. My urologist said it was a hydrocele and it should go away on its own, but I can't find anything saying that a vasectomy can cause a hydrocele. Is this normal?
The left side of my vasectomy required a larger incision for some reason and it appears the scrotum skin has been folded over when it was sutured. At one end of the incision there seems to be a small lump but it may just be the skin. It's been four days now since the procedure was completed. What should I do, relax and wait a week? Go see the doctor now?
I don't know exactly when it happened but about 10 years ago, I noticed my epididymis was the size of my testicle. It didn't happen gradually, either. One day I just noticed it was large. Ever since my vasectomy, I had some problems with the left epididymis, it was sorer longer than the right after operation. From memory it has always been a little tender, felt solid and a little larger than the right side. So after 30 years, all at once it got big and has stayed that way for the last 10 years.
Don't know exactly when it happened, but about 10 years ago I noticed my epididymis was the size of my testicle. It didn't happen gradually either; one day I just noticed it was large. Ever since my vasectomy, I had some problems with the left epididymis, it was sore longer than after my operation. From memory, it has always been a little tender, felt solid and a little larger than the right side. So after 30 years, all at once it got big and has stayed same size for approx. last 10 years
My spouse had a vasectomy in 2000 and an unsuccessful reversal in 2008. We are considering a second reversal.
1. What things should we look for or consider when choosing a doctor?
2. Would you normally recommend a revision surgery on a failed reversal with the original vasectomy being so far out?
3. Is there anyway to know whether a V-E is needed prior to surgery?
4. Can a redo be done in a VV fashion? If so, why would the first have failed?
5. What is a good price range for this surgery?
I would like to get a vasectomy. I have 1 daughter that is 1.5 yrs old. My wife and I have been together for 10 years and we cannot have more kids. Rather than have her go through a painful tubal ligation, I told her i would find a way to get a vasectomy. Is there any way to get this done for free?