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Will having a spermatocele complicate a vasectomy? Should I use one method of vasectomy over another considering the spermatocele?
Vasectomy - 1 week ago1 answer
I've had a spermatocele for years; it was diagnosed by an MD. It's generally painless and stays about the size of a testicle. Will having this complicate a vasectomy? Should I have it removed when I have a vasectomy, or would it need to be removed before?
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Can I get pregnant within 2 months of my husband having a vasectomy?
No-Scalpel Vasectomy - 2 weeks ago2 answers
My husband had a vasectomy on August 17. He has ejaculated 5 times since the procedure. He is not planning on going for the sperm check. If we have unprotected sex over the next few months (September and October), what are the chances of pregnancy? Does the sperm count go by number of times ejaculated or weeks gone by? Thanks for answering my questions!!
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48 hours after vasectomy, I've been experiencing a weaker than normal urine stream and some discomfort when urinating. Is this normal?
Vasectomy - 3 weeks ago3 answers
It's been 48 hours since I had a vasectomy. I've been experiencing a weaker than normal urine stream and some discomfort when urinating. The pain has been manageable. I have a varicocele (has been present for years). My primary concern is the symptoms I’m experiencing when urinating. I find it more difficult to start than normal, and I seem to have a “weaker” stream on occasion. This wasn't the case before the vasectomy. Is this something that should go away? Is what I'm experiencing normal?
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I just had a vasectomy. When the doctor cut my right testicle, there was no sperm tube. Can you only have one?
Vasectomy - 3 weeks ago2 answers
I just had a vasectomy. When the doctor cut my right testicle, there was no sperm tube. I told the doctor I only have one kidney, which is my left side. He said this could be why I only have one sperm tube. Could he be right?
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My husband's vas deferens grew back together 8 years after a successful vasectomy. Will he be able to get another operation?
Vasectomy - 3 weeks ago2 answers
His vasectomy was 8 years ago and he was told it was successful after 3 tests. We are now pregnant with our 5th, which is how we found out his body had reversed the vasectomy naturally.
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I got my results back, and they are 4.20 Sperm/HPF. Does this mean I'm still not sterile?
Vasectomy - 3 weeks ago1 answer
I got my results back, and they are 4.20 Sperm/HPF. I assume this means I'm still not sterile, is that correct?
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How should a vasectomy wound look on day 5?
I recently had a vasectomy and the wound is still oozing 5 days later. It looks fine in the morning but as the day goes on, it looks like it’s open and you can see a hole. Is this normal?
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Is it safe for me to do a strenuous 20-mile hike 2 weeks after my vasectomy, assuming I feel good?
Vasectomy - 1 month ago1 answer
I'm in good health. I hike regularly and go to the gym 5 times a week. Is it safe for me to do a strenuous 20-mile hike 2 weeks after my vasectomy, assuming I feel good?
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I had my semen tube removed. Can it be repaired or replaced so I can father a child?
General - 1 month ago1 answer
I had a transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) that involved removing my semen tube. Can it be repaired so I can once again produce semen. I am a 65-year-old semi-healthy man and have a much younger lady who would like a child by me.
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I had a vasectomy 35 years ago. Now, I have a varicocele following hernia surgery. Can the varicocele be removed after a vasectomy?
Vasectomy - 1 month ago1 answer
I had a vasectomy 35 years ago. Now, I have a varicocele following hernia surgery. Can the varicocele be removed after a vasectomy?
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My husband had a vasectomy 4 days ago. He's suffering from a severe headache and can't even stand up. Is this normal?
Vasectomy - 1 month ago1 answer
My husband had a vasectomy 4 days ago. He's suffering from a severe headache and can't even stand up. Is this normal?
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Can a vasectomy cause a constant urge to urinate?
Vasectomy - 1 month ago2 answers
I had a vasectomy Dec 2017, and within three months I started to really struggle with a constant urge to urinate. I have gone down the correct health care routes and had CT scans, ultrasounds, bladder medication and even a ridge cystoscopy--all have found nothing or had no effect. Prostatitis has been the diagnosis query for the past 5 months with no proof of it. I've never had any kind of issues before and now I can't help but blame the vasectomy procedure. I see no relief; life is miserable.
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How much is a vasectomy reversal? How far out do I need to book the procedure?
Vasectomy Reversal - 1 month ago1 answer
I'm interested in having a vasectomy reversal. How much is the procedure and how far out do I need to book it?
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How successful is pregnancy with sperm aspiration/IVF after vasectomy 20 years ago?
Vasectomy - 1 month ago1 answer
I'm on my second marriage, and my husband and I are trying to get pregnant. He had a vasectomy 20 years ago. He is 58 and I'll be 35 this year. What are the chances we'll be able to get pregnant without reversing the vasectomy and doing sperm aspiration along with IVF?
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I had a vasectomy 16 days ago. The incision has not healed and it feels like the sutures are connected to my scrotum. Is this possible?
Vasectomy - 1 month ago1 answer
I had a vasectomy 16 days ago. The incision (1.5-2.5 cm) has not healed and feels like the sutures are connected to the tissue under my scrotum. Is this possible? The incision itself does not seem to be healing correctly. It's not all the way closed and has large incisions sticking out one end. When I gently pull on them, I feel it deeper than the superficial skin. The incision site has some white/yellow to it and isn't draining significantly. MD started me on antibiotics 1 day post-op.
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