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Sex After Vasectomy!

Vasectomies and Sexual Side Effects!

Sex After Vasectomy! Vasectomies and Sexual Side Effects!

The whole point of getting a vasectomy is so men can have sex without worrying about pregnancy or fiddling with condoms or other “cumbersome” contraceptives.

Doctors will tell you that sexual side effects from getting a vasectomy are non-existent....

Unfortunately, thousands of men experience post vasectomy complications that greatly affect their performance in the bedroom.

Often, these effects can be debilitating!

Erectile dysfunction, testosterone deficiency, premature ejaculation, painful ejaculation, and loss of sex drive are just a few of the common symptoms reported after vasectomies.

Many of these symptoms have been blamed on the auto-immune response that often occurs after a rupture or “blow-out”.

Also, antibodies sent to that region of the body attack the testicular tissue and the cells that produce testosterone, causing a noticeable decrease in testosterone production.

This testosterone deficiency, of course, leads to all kinds of mental, physical, and sexual dysfunctions.

The most common condition that men report is an inability to become aroused, and once an erection is finally achieved it often fades away prior to ejaculation.

Sex After Vasectomy

Another issue is damaged blood flow to the region, which can lead to testicular atrophy and loss of sensation and arousal.

Many men find to their dismay that getting “fixed” really means getting “broken” – experiencing a loss of manhood and sense of masculinity.

These symptoms are troubling not only for the man – but for his partner as well. You don't have to be Dr. Phil to know that a relationship lacking intimacy, sex, and romance will not survive for very long.

But if you're willing to overlook these risks in a desperate attempt to avoid pregnancy, you should take a moment of pause.

A vasectomy is not a 100% effective method of birth control – while pregnancy after a vasectomy is rare, it still happens.

Occasionally, vasectomies fail altogether. Other times, re-canalization, or the re-connection of the vas tubes can occur. There have been reports of women getting pregnant by men who had vasectomies years ago.

Vasectomies sound great on the surface, but when you boil it down, the sexual side effects are simply too debilitating to ignore.

There's not much point to getting a vasectomy if your sex life becomes destroyed in the process.

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