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Do I need to be worried about a clip popping out of my incision?
No-Scalpel Vasectomy - 1 week ago1 answer
I had a no scalpel vasectomy four weeks ago. The doctor cut and cauterized the vas on both sides as well as put on titanium clips. The left incision healed within days. However the right has stayed open and continuously leaks fluid. Last night while cleaning the area I noticed metal slightly hanging out of incision. I squeezed gently and it fell right out.
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Is it normal for a vas clip to come out of my insicion 3+ weeks after surgery?
No-Scalpel Vasectomy - 1 week ago2 answers
I've been to my urologist twice because of pain and pus coming out of the insicion. Now what looks like a vas clip just protruded from my incision almost 4 weeks post surgery. Should I be concerned?
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Could I be a father despite negative sperm tests?
No-Scalpel Vasectomy - 1 week ago2 answers
I was with a new partner over a number of months. I had a vasectomy 5 years ago and was confirmed azoospermia 16 weeks post op. My partner became pregnant and as such, I tested in June and confirmed again azoospermia. She tells me she had sex with her ex immediately prior to us meeting, but assured me protection was used. I have just tested again and am still azoospermia. Is there any chance I could be the father of this child?
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Can a vasectomy come undone after 20 years of being fixed on its own?
Vasectomy Reversal - 1 week ago1 answer
I'm wondering if being fixed can come undone on its own without a doctor's help. I haven't really wanted kids until I met my fiance of a month. We have made love and have been together all the time.
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I had a scrotal hematoma on my right testicle 2 years ago. Could this be nerve damage?
General - 3 weeks ago1 answer
I had a scrotal hematoma on my right testicle 2 years ago. It's the same size as the other one but at the spot of the strike it feels sore certain ways that it's touched. Could this be nerve damage, or what could it be?
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Why is there a wide difference in the recommended time frame for post vasectomy semen analysis?
No-Scalpel Vasectomy - 1 month ago2 answers
My paperwork said about eight weeks. At my one week check up I was healing great and my Urologist said I could take my test at 5 weeks. Also I am only taking 1 test as required in my case. I'm seeing that two tests are the normal recommendation.
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Pregnancy chances after vasectomy?
Vasectomy - 1 month ago1 answer
I got a vasectomy about a month ago. At about 2.5 weeks and probably 12 ejaculations I had protected (used condom) sex with my girlfriend. I didn't ejaculate either inside or outside of her though. My question is are we at much, if any, risk for pregnancy? I am looking for some reassurance.
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The urology clinic where my husband had his vasectomy only depends on Spermcheck at home to test his semen.
Vasectomy - 1 month ago3 answers
Though his test came back negative and he has had well over 30 ejaculations since the procedure, I am still so worried about unprotected sex. I am very concerned about simply depending on the at home test. Should I trust his negative test and rest easy on this? I’m driving my husband crazy reading too many horror stories. Is it normal to still feel the need for some kind of contraception, like a spermicide after vasectomy?
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Hi, following my vasectomy a few months ago, I had a letter recently stating that I had 363 non-motile sperm present. What does this mean?
Vasectomy - 1 month ago1 answer
The letter didn't say if this was good or bad and I don't know if it's safe to now have unprotected sex. I'm still waiting to hear back from my doctor but it's been a while without reply.
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