I had a no-scalpel vasectomy yesterday. The procedure was fine and my surgical site is closed. I’m mostly ok, except there’s a bruise (not painful to the touch) on the right side of my penis, far away from the surgical site. Everything I read and was advised by the doctor talks about bleeding or bruising around the site or in the testicles, so this one threw me off. It’s not painful, just wondering if it should be cause for a follow-up.
My husband had a vasectomy 8 yrs ago after out 3rd child. Had the follow-up sperm check and got the all-clear. I recently found out I'm 2 weeks pregnant. I haven't been with anyone else. After finding out, he saw his Dr. and he said his sperm count was very low but still considered sterile. How does this happen?
I had my vasectomy about 7 days ago. Since day 1, I have
big swelling (the left testicle is 2x bigger than the right). I applied ice for 3 days but the testicles remain at the same size and my scrotum is a bit red. Additionally, I have moderate pain in the upper part of both testicles if I touch them (more pain in the left one). I asked my doctor at day 4 and he says that everything is as expected. But I'm concerned because I'm at the same stage since the surgery.
I still have slight swelling and pain that goes from under the testicle and feels like it extends to my bladder. It's been 1 month. Is this normal? I started my life as normal the next day after vasectomy, carrying one of my kids. And 7 days later I had to travel, taking four flights for three days. The pain comes slightly when I walk or my testicles are hanging.
I had a no-scalpel vasectomy 4 months ago. It seemed to have healed normally. I've ejaculated several times with no issue. However, this most recent time a pill-size mass has developed, which is painful. How do I prevent this while still being able to perform?
On day 6 after my procedure, I developed discomfort in my left testicle and groin area, which progressed to significant pain on days 7 and 8. On day 7, a call to my doctor resulted in a prescription of Cephalexin. I have no fever or other symptoms other than pain. My scrotum is bruised but it has improved. I’ve noticed no weeping out of the suture sites. After 36 hours of rest and 24 of antibiotics, pain hasn’t improved. Is this infection or hematoma, or surgical complication?
I had a vasectomy 5 months ago and have what my urologist calls a contusion. He is rubbing off the tenderness to my scrotum and balls as nothing. How do you get a contusion after vasectomy? What can be done about it and the tenderness it causes?
I had my vasectomy 3.5 months ago now and took my semen analysis. It was negative, no sperm seen. My question is that I was never given any instructions on this procedure and I've recently read online that you should wait at least 2 to 7 days after your last ejaculation to collect a sample. I wasn't aware of this. Does it matter? I collected my sample about 32 hours after my last ejaculation, so less than 2 days. Should I get retested?
I had my vasectomy 10 days ago. For the first 6 days, everything seemed to be going really well. On day 7, there was great discomfort and pain coming from the right testicle. Today is day 10 and my right testicle is about 5x larger than the one on the left. Is this typical swelling and bruising or does it sound more like infection/internal bleeding?
My guy had a vasectomy 10 years ago. We had sex less than 48 hours before his sperm analysis. Could this have affected the results? He swears he can't get me pregnant, that I must be cheating. Please help!
I had a vasectomy after I had my first child at age 17. I am now 43 years old and I had unprotected sex with my girlfriend. The vasectomy was 26 years ago, but I never went back to have a sperm analysis. Am I still able to get her pregnant through sexual intercourse?
I had a vasectomy a week ago. All was going well until yesterday when, on the left-hand side, a hard lump formed underneath where the incision was. It feels about a centimeter in diameter, maybe bigger. It's not painful to touch but feels a bit tender. The right-hand side is fine and is healing well.