I had no-scapel vasectomy 16 days ago. I have discomfort and slight to moderate pain everyday. My doctor says I have hematoma on the right side above the testicle (probably size of large grape or bigger) and a sperm granular on left side. The hematoma is quite painful. Did the doctor doing the procedure nick a vessel or was he too rough? Now I'm off work at this point for another two weeks! I'm regretting my decision to get the vasectomy. I'm also constipated now.
My husband had his vasectomy performed 2 months ago. We've had sex, he gets aroused and has good erection but when he ejaculates he does not reach the climax. He is not having orgasms even though his erections are strong. He told me that he feels disconnected from the ejaculation. Is that normal after the period of time since the procedure? Will it get better with time?
My husband had a vasectomy 8 months ago he has had more then 40 ejaculation since his surgery, or maybe even more. The semen analysis came back with more then 20 hpf. Motile and non motile sperm were seen. Could his vasectomy have failed, or can it take a long time to become sterile? Thank you.
I had a vasectomy eight years ago and my wife thinks she's pregnant. Is this possible that I could get her pregnant?We have not used any kind of birth control since the vasectomy. We still have a very active sex life I am 48 years old and she is 45 years old.
I had a vasectomy 14 years ago but 13 years after, my wife ended up pregnant. We would like another child but my sperm count is low and it has been unsuccessful. Is it possible to do a vasectomy reversal, even if I was able to have one child?
My partner just got a vasectomy less than a week ago and we were wondering if it were possible to maybe go to a sperm bank and store some sperm as a back up plan. I know we should have done this prior to the procedure but are just curious if it is too late now since it's only been a short time.
I was curious because I recently had a vasectomy and my doctor recommended 25 ejaculations before the first test for sperm and 15 additional ejaculations before the next test for sperm. It seems to me that we are talking about several weeks at a minimum for my wife and myself to accomplish this. Why after seven days or more would there be any living sperm in the vas?
Partner had bilateral vasectomy reversal which technically went well, however the surgeon said he was disappointed no fluid was seen at the time of the procedure, but this did not mean it had failed. Is it possible the sperm will return? I just want clarification on what this means.