Vasectomy Ejaculation & Sperm Granuloma

by Gary
(Pocetella, Idaho)

I have a very bad story to tell about my vasectomy.

The first problem I noticed after the procedure was painful ejaculation.

It is so painful, that I have completely stopped having sex with my wife.

Approximately 2 weeks after the surgery I started to feel pain in another area, even when I was not ejaculating.

It's not as intense as the ejaculation pain, more of a dull ache in my left testicle that never goes away.

After being checked out by my doctor, I was told that I had a sperm granuloma.

I'm not that scientific, but from what I understand, this is a big lump of sperm near the vasectomy site, that is surrounded by antibodies and immune cells.

Some men have pain from this problem, while others don't.

Since I fall into the camp that does, I have to do something about it.

My doctor is recommending surgical removal of the granuloma.

When I asked him about reversing the vasectomy at the same time, he recommended against it because my vas deferens is in poor condition.

If I could go back now and undo all that I have done, I would do it in a New York minute.

This surgery is a real gamble, and I would advise others not to make the same mistakes that I have.

Vasectomy Ejaculation & Sperm Granuloma!

Hello Gary,

Thanks for taking the time to share your story.

I know you may not be looking for advice right now, but I'm going to give you some anyway.

Fire your doctor!

Painful ejaculation, sperm granuloma, and a messed up vas smells like complete incompetence to me.

Your doc has a medical license on his wall, but that doesn't mean he's smart, or even good at what he does.

It means he had the persistence to get through medical school, which is commendable, but it ain't enough.

You walked into his office in good shape, now you're in pain to the extent that you've completely stopped having sex.

That's huge!

Not only is it huge, it's completely unacceptable!

This is supposedly a very safe, elective surgery, that most men breeze right through, without a hint of any negative side effects.

I say B.S!

If you're reading this story, and thinking about going for this surgery, do yourself a favor and pass.

Buy some condoms, use the withdrawal method, have a baby, but don't let doctor man anywhere near your testicles..

Here's my advice to you Gary...

Go out and get second, third or even fourth opinions.

Hookup with doc's who specialize in vasectomy reversals.

Find a guy that is very good at what he does, even if you have to travel across the country to do so.

Do whatever it takes to repair the damage done to your body, because life is very short.

Too short to spend your time living in pain.

Good luck!
Mark

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