Vasectomy

Vasectomy and Mood Swings: What Effects Come With the Procedure?

Every year, half a million men in the United States get a vasectomy (1). This number is expected to increase as the stigma surrounding the procedure fades.  Understandably, most men focus on the physical effects of getting a vasectomy; ‘ how painful is a vasectomy?’ ‘ How long is the post-recovery period?’ ‘will getting a [...]

Vasectomy and Mood Swings: What Effects Come With the Procedure?2021-03-31T03:50:11-07:00

Pre and Post Vasectomy Guidelines: What You Need to Know

All surgeries, invasive or non-invasive, carry certain risks. Vasectomies also have some risks, some of which can be prevented by preparing for the procedure and how well you take care of yourself during recovery. These Are the Vasectomy Guidelines Before and After the Surgery The Week Before the Surgery: Talk to your doctor about the [...]

Pre and Post Vasectomy Guidelines: What You Need to Know2021-03-31T03:45:19-07:00

My Vasectomy Reversal Failed. What Next?

Over 500,000 men in the United States are opting for vasectomies annually (1). Out of this number, some 2-6% change their minds for many reasons. Natural causes like unhealthy sperm are a cause of failed procedures.   Others like scar tissue and blockages are due to tissue reaction to vasectomy or vasovasostomy procedures. One of the [...]

My Vasectomy Reversal Failed. What Next?2021-03-31T03:42:53-07:00

How to Choose a Urologist for Your Vasectomy

Vasectomy to most is a simple procedure that can be performed by any qualified urologist. That makes most men not consider much about the doctor performing the surgery, whether it's the conventional vasectomy or the no-scalpel vasectomy.   Among the first things you should consider is the doctor.  All urologists should observe very high standards prescribed [...]

How to Choose a Urologist for Your Vasectomy2021-03-31T03:41:14-07:00

Does a Vasectomy Affect Ejaculation in Any Way?

A vasectomy only eliminates the possibility of the sperm passing through with the ejaculate fluid. The absence of sperm in the semen is not seen by merely looking at it. You or your partner cannot tell the difference. After a vasectomy procedure, your testicles can still produce sperm. The body though absorbs it instead of [...]

Does a Vasectomy Affect Ejaculation in Any Way?2021-03-31T03:37:50-07:00

How to Choose Between Vasectomy Reversal and IVF

You may have probably found yourself thinking about getting more children after you’ve had a vasectomy. Some of the most common questions that most people in such a position have asked themselves often revolve around their options when the time comes to conceive.  You might be torn in between a reverse vasectomy and an IVF [...]

How to Choose Between Vasectomy Reversal and IVF2021-03-31T03:28:55-07:00

How to Choose Your First Vasectomy Doctor

Men who have a vasectomy can visit their doctor’s office and get the procedure done in under thirty minutes (1). Typically, a vasectomy necessitates the use of a local anesthetic during surgery. For patients who experience anxiety or a challenging scrotal exam, this procedure could be done under sedation.  This procedure should only be done [...]

How to Choose Your First Vasectomy Doctor2021-03-31T03:25:30-07:00