Considering your vasectomy…?
If you’re considering a vasectomy, you’re probably wondering, will my sex life take a hit? Well, I’m here to tell you that it won’t. In fact, most men say their sex lives get better after a vasectomy. Here’s what we mean by that and more! Please watch the video after reading this article for more information.
Libido, erection, endurance, and testosterone levels
As with all surgical procedures, there are risks associated with a vasectomy. Serious complications following the procedure include infection and bleeding due to tears (rare), failure of the testes to stop producing sperm (very rare), and chronic pain in the scrotum (very rare).
- There is no loss of libido after a vasectomy.
- You should be aware that some men experience a decrease in their sex drive after having a vasectomy; however, this is uncommon and usually temporary. There is no evidence that sexual function or pleasure is affected by having this surgery done on either partner.
- If you’re worried about erectile dysfunction after your procedure, keep in mind that it’s still possible for your partner to become pregnant—though statistically unlikely—even without an active sperm count. If you want to keep options open for future children (or if she isn’t ready for sterilisation herself), consider getting an IUD instead of tubal ligation: It prevents pregnancy just like birth control pills do while keeping both partners’ options open down the road.
- Condoms aren’t nearly as effective at preventing unwanted pregnancies as they once were, thanks largely to new strains of bacteria that can live inside them; even fewer people use them correctly nowadays! “Vasectomies may provide added protection against STDs too.”
Reassuringly, however, complications are rarely reported. Most men don’t notice any physical difference at all after a vasectomy. Some men may experience some pain and swelling, but this is very rare. Some men may experience some bruising, but this is also very rare.
When considering a vasectomy, you may find yourself wondering what the procedure involves. Here are the basics:
- Where can I find a vasectomy in Queensland? Queensland Vasectomy offers both affordable and convenient services. They also offer an online booking system so that you can schedule your appointment from home or on the go.
- What happens during my procedure? During your consultation with the physician, they will be able to discuss with you all of your options for surgery and answer any questions you may have about recovery time and post-surgery care requirements. If you have any questions about what to expect during the procedure itself, please contact us. We would be happy to help!
If you need more information about how long it will take for your sperm count to return to zero after having a vasectomy done by Queensland Vasectomy, then please contact us today at (07) 3180 1505.
Please note that the “spray anaesthesia” is no longer available.