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After Effects Following Vasectomy Soreness
I just had a vasectomy done two days ago but i feel fine no soreness or anything, when is the soonest i can get back into my workout routine?
See below...: I instruct my patients to avoid strenuous activity for at least 2 weeks after vasectomy. Even though you feel fine, there is a possibility that strenuous activity can raise your heart rate and blood pressure and causes bleeding that otherwise would not occur. I recommend that you ask the surgeon who performed the operation for clarification. ...Read more
Tubes on both sides from testicle to prostate that carry sperm made by testicles are brought out through a small skin puncture in the scrotum and either cut, tied, burned or clamped. Simple procedure, cost effective and usually with minimal side effects. Low failure rate. Clinic procedure, done in office with local anesthetic to skin. Minimal down time. A very ...Read more
I had a vasectomy four months ago, and it's still sore. My doctor says it's nothing to worry about. Is that right?
43-yr old female. Breasts and nipples sore. Period 6 days late. Husband has had a vasectomy. Could this be a symptom of perimenopause?
2 months post vasectomy. Sharp pain in left testicle comes and goes not sore to touch no lumps other than scar tissue ideas?
43-yr old female. Sore breasts and nipples. Period 6 days late. Husband has had a vasectomy . Could this be perimenopause symptom?
Yes: During the perimenopause your reproductive hormones fluctuate much more than previously. The highs and lows can lead to various symptoms including significant changes in the timing of your periods, breast tendernes, and others. Your gynecologist can help sort this out if you have continuing symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ithink i've congestive epididymal orchitis as i feelmy right epididymis is bigger and tender when touched.How it can b treated?No vasectomy. Unmarried
Epididymo-orchitis: Most common cause of epididymitis or epididymo-orchitis is due to a bacterial infection. Urine analysis, culture and ultrasound are needed in this case. Less commonly it is due noninfectious from trauma, autoimmune disease, vasculitis or idiopathic. Treatment consists of scrotal elevation, rest from athletic activity and warm baths & nsaids. A urologist should be consulted for persistent symptoms. ...Read more
Having slight swelling with aching to stabbing pain in my left testicle and into my left side. Could a vasectomy from years ago cause this?
It depends: The area of the testis is subserved by the genital branch of the genitofemoral nerve. Depepnding on the quality of your pain. An evaluation by a physician and a possible diagnostic nerve block of this nerve can help in the diagnosis. ...Read more
Possible...: Besides being scar-related for post-vasectomy pain, it's real reason is largely unclear. Conceptually, embedded nerve-ending in the scar may be more sensitive to muscle contraction of vas at orgasm. The mild pain/ache may happen to up to 15-20% with severe pain up to 1-2 %. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can sinuses make youndizzy and/or make the after effects of Labyrinthitis worse? My forehead is tender and my vision is kind of foggy.
When evaluating whether to get a vasectomy, what are the possible short/medium/long term side effects or risks?
Minimal: Vasectomy is the most definitive, safest birth control option for couples done having kids. It's a 10-15 min procedure that will leave you sore for a few days. Rarely, men will have chronic pain, worse swelling and evenore rarer, persistent sperm. It is reversible with high success rates if you seek out a well trained micro surgeon. ...Read more
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