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How Long After A Vasectomy Is It Normal To Feel Pain
Vas recovery: First few days may need pain meds...Sore for a week...Back in. ...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
11d post vasectomy. Alternating percocet, Advil (ibuprofen) 400mg, & taking herbal baths (uva ursi, marigold, witch hazel). Is pain/swelling normal for this long?
Highly variable...: Post-vasectomy pain/swelling varies greatly from virtually painless with no swelling to severely painful with a huge swelling; the degree and frequency of such wide variation seems reflecting surgeons' skill.. Nonetheless, such situation is acceptable as long as improving surely ; slowly day by day. How long does it take to resolve? Occasionally, maybe up to 2-4 weeks. So, wait and see, ;. .. ...Read more
Yes: Where the vas were cut. Usual one on each side. It may take weeks to go away ...Read more
Here. ..: Precaution against pregnancy after vasectomy should continue until pos-vas semen exam shows no sperm. Generally, some 85% of men will have no sperm in their semen some 2 months or 15 ejaculations after vasectomy. So, it becomes permanent after no more sperm in semen; but, occasionally, post-vasectomy vas-reconnection may happen in. ...Read more
6 weeks: Complete healing happens by 6 weeks or thereabouts. ...Read more
Several reasons: The male genitalia as an excellent blood supply and so almost all injuries heal fairly quickly. Things that prevent healing are persistent foreign bodies such as a vasectomy clip too close to the surface and is being pushed out through natural healing, or a suture that is not absorbing as fast as expected. If this persist, the area may need to be re-excised and closed again. ...Read more
It can be.: Recovery from the inflammation caused during a vasectomy can last a while. Recovery time could increase if there was any bleeding or hematoma formation. This usually resolves with time. You should watch out for increasing pain, swelling, redness, fever, or heat, which could signify an infection and should be evaluated and treated. Communicate with your urologist & follow symptoms closely. ...Read more
No set time: There is no set time and there are reports of reversing many years after. Most people say after 15 years the chances are much lower of success. We know it gets worse the farther out you are. ...Read more
My husband had a vasectomy in May 14 & was getting pain while ejacuating untill 2 months ago when it stopped is it normal for to all of a sudden stop?
Possible: There has to be time for healing from the procedure. It is good there are no issues now ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Both vasectomy and urinary issues are independent - not related. To sort these two out, bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, and progress of symptoms over time to Doc for analysis + physical exam + tests as needed so to deduce possible Dx for reasonable Rx timely. ...Read more
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
Information: Almost any time after sweling and disconfort have gone away. Remember the first few ejaculations can still contain viable sperm. A post op sperm count would tell you if you are safe. ...Read more
Usually a weekend of minimal activity is sufficient rest after a vasectomy. But for people who are really athletic, I advise at least a week off heavy exercise. The rare guy that has real trouble after a vasectomy is the one that does too much too soon. If you exercise too soon, you risk bleeding into the scrotum and prolonging your recovery substantially.
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About 3 years ago I had a vasectomy. Not long after I began (and continue to) have discomfort around the sides of my hips. Can this be related?
Not likely: A vasectomy is a simple surgical procedure done through the skin of the scrotum. There should not be any new symptoms related to it several years later. For hip symptoms, one can see his primary care doctor first, who can evaluate for the common hip problems; and then refer to other specialists if needed, such as to orthopedic, rheumatologic, gastro-intestinal, urologic, or cancer doctors. ...Read more
Can have longer segment of say 2 to 4 CM of vas removed during my future vasectomy? Want an open ended method, longer gap less chance to fail?
Possibly.: If an open-ended vasectomy is performed, it stands to reason that a longer gap between the cut ends of the vas deferens could possibly decrease the risk of failure by recanalization. However, this has not been systematically studied, so there is no data to support this practice. Current evidence suggests that superior results can be achieved by intraluminal cauterization. ...Read more
I would like to ask about vasectomy procedure, it's side effects and how long does it take to be sterile after the procedure? How much does is cost?
1 or 2 small incisions are made on the scrotum. After isolating the vas it is divided between 2 clips or sutures with a piece removed. The skin is closed with 2-3 small sutures. Unusual early complication can be bleeding with swelling. Or rarely late ones such as wound infection or separation. It takes 5-10 ejaculations to clear residual sperm. Rarely vas recanalization can occur.
Cost: $300-500 ...Read more
HI, I've recently undergone a vasectomy and after 1 sample I was asked to do another. After putting my second sample in the urologist has asked to see me in 7 days time. I'm not sure if this is normal, and I've worked myself up about this thinking they m
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Would it be considered normal when they give someone a vasectomy that they also cut the penis off?
I don't: Think that has ever happened. Where did you hear such nonsense? ...Read more
Depends: You will need at least 3 months and at least two negative semenanalysis. ...Read more
Wait for NO pain: To be safe, you need to heal. By the time you have no pain, you should be ok. Good luck! ...Read more
Few days: Usually resolves in a week or less. See your doctor if it seems to persist for a lot longer or if associated with a lot of swelling. ...Read more
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