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.
I had my initial consult. The doctor noted that 1 in 10,000 patients have chronic pain afterwards. The Wikipedia article on PVPS has frighteningly high statistics. What are the true rates and risks of complications that require further surgeries?
I'm single. I'm going on 59. My maternal uncle has had prostate cancer. Also, My maternal 2nd Cousin has had prostate cancer. I'm not sexually active even though I have masturbated. I know, that I could still father a child. After the surgery, should I wear jockey shorts or boxer shorts? Should I wear a jock strap?
I had an operation when I was 10-12 due to having testicular torsion.I’m 39 and even though I’ve always had a good sex drive, erections, and ejaculation I’ve never really recovered from the phycological trauma that’s left me.I still struggle to grab my testicles freely even though I had the procedure many years ago.can I have a vasectomy without complications?since I’ve already been operated there? If I had a general anesthetic, is it 100% safe? HELP
I am a Single man. I'm 58 years old. I'm not Sexually Active even though I've have masturbated. Should I have a vasectomy? I think if I were to marry at this age in my life that I'm too old to Father any Children. I'm too strict.