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Post Vasectomy Side Effects!

by Mr. G

Post Vasectomy Side Effects!

I had a Vasectomy a week and a half ago.

The first few days were fine, however a pain began to develop and low grade fever and now I am on antibiotics.

Now my testicles hurt constantly (epididymis more specifically) like being kicked in the nuts! I’ve missed 4 out of 8 days of work and have to lye down all day.

I am now afraid.

I am afraid of what’s next…how long the complications will last… will the pain last… will I be able to pick up my kids without pain… I have read that some of the complications can be long lasting-many years in some cases.

Many doctors’ web sites and literature say that in less 1% of the cases, there are mild complications.

This is just not true! I know three other people who have had the procedure and two of them have had complications – include me that 2/4 or 50%. However, I’m not a mathematician or a urologist for that mater.

I’m not trying to frighten people, however don’t believe statistics and I think most of the complications go unreported.

Post Vasectomy Side Effects!

Hello Mr. G!

Thank you for taking the time to share your story. I hear similar tales all the time.

Unfortunately, it's almost impossible to find this type of information on the web.

Most sites talk about why this is quite possibly the greatest surgery invented in the history of mankind .

You can have sex with no condom, no withdraw method, no birth control pills, or any other form of protection.

All without any side effects!

All we have to do is cut open your testicles, sever and tie of the tubes that deliver sperm to your penis, and you'll be good to go.


I got an email from a 29 year old guy two weeks ago.

Unmarried, single, who doesn't even have a girlfriend at the moment.

He said he never wanted to have kids, and was thinking about getting a vasectomy.

He asked me what I thought.

If he had been in the room with me at the time, I would have slapped him upside the head, and told him to
wake up!

Why would anyone even contemplate letting a doc go at your testicles with a scalpel at the age of 29?

As an older married guy with kids, it's a bit more understandable.

You've had a kid or two, and you don't want anymore.

In this situation, it's easy to fall for the hype...

Simple outpatient surgery.

Very high success rate.

Less than 1% of all men suffer any complications.

Etc, etc....

I say B.S!

Many, many men suffer low sex drive, depression, testicular pain, painful ejaculation, pressure in the testicles, and other side effects.

If you're thinking about getting a vasectomy, do yourself a favor, and re-read Mr. G's post above.


If anyone tries to talk you into this surgery, and that includes your woman, tell them to take a hike!

Thanks again for taking the time to share this information with others.

I wish you all the best!


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Mar 06, 2012
Vasectomy & Testosterone Injections
by: Anonymous

I had 3 kids with my wife before I was 20.

So I got a vasectomy thought it would be be the right thing to do. Still married 17 years now 35, and it feels my body is shutting down.

High blood pressure, tiredness, no sex drive.. went to the doctor and found my testosterone is gone.

I do weekly shots of "T" and I am how I should be. I really feel this has to do with my vasectomy.

Now I am 35 and look forward to weekly shots forever. I don't believe reversal is the fix because nerve damage, scaring, and other vessel damage can not be corrected.

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