Will you get an all-clear test if you wait long enough or do you absolutely have to ejaculate a certain amount of times? Wondering if the sperm will eventually just die in the vas deferens and therefore ejaculation is not necessary? I had my vasectomy in late November and only ejaculated 5-10 times after but since February have decided to be celibate. I have not yet been tested to make sure that I am clear.
I had a vasectomy a year ago and all has been well. In the last few days, there has been inflammation within my scrotum. The inflammation doesn't appear to be one of the testicles, but I am additionally having fevers and am really tired. Could a clip have come loose, causing this problem?
I had my vasectomy 7 years ago and all went according to plan. I had my count rechecked last spring, just for extra certainty and again, all was well. I also have been diagnosed with hypogonadism and had been using Flomax at the time. What are the chances of actually being able to conceive a child?
It's been 7 days since my vasectomy. Today I tried masturbation and during the climax, hardly anything came out. In fact, it felt like there was a pressure build-up in the testicles. I'm worried if I try again something could burst and leak. Should I be concerned?
I had a vasectomy and 3 months later started having problems with post-ejaculation pain. It is a sharp spasm that shoots up the side of my lower abdomen. The location, I would say, is the right and left side of my pubic area. As silly as it sounds, when my testicles move upward, I get a horrible high sensitivity sensation in my penis, like the feeling you get when you're about to urinate. I've had this now for more than 15 months. Could this be nerve damage? Would a reversal help?
It's been roughly 3 weeks since my no-scalpel vasectomy. The wound is still wet and looks fresh. It's clean; I'm using non-woven swabs. There is no pain or infection. I'm just wondering how long the wound will take to heal?
I had a vasectomy on April 29, 2019. I healed pretty well but developed pain 4 days later. Long story short, I went back to the urologist who did the procedure a week later. He said I have a hematoma. I’m feeling better and it’s going down. I still have a little pain but nothing like it was. Is it safe for me to play golf while recovering? It will be right at 2 weeks since my vasectomy when I am scheduled to play.
I developed 3 large hematomas 5 weeks after vasectomy. The incision leaked for a while but started much more last weekend, and a metal clip came out. A urologist inspected and popped the hematoma closest to the incision. The other 2 were 2 far back. I have a ultrasound today and surgery on Monday. I forgot to ask what the surgery is called, what they do, how long it takes to recover, and what the potential complications are.
I had a vasectomy a little over a month ago. Now that I am mostly healed I notice the vas deferens are attached to the inside of my scrotal skin. I can feel that the tubes have a lot of tension. Is that okay or are they supposed to be loose and attached to nothing?
On an advertisement I've seen for a vasectomy doctor, it states they use a no-needle anesthesia technique where they spray lidocaine or something. Does that mean I will be awake and coherent for this procedure? If so, I do not think I will be able to do that?