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post- vasectomy pain?

A: 4 weeks agoI almost forgot, this is an actual question. If you would like a violation, please don't answer the question and instead put something stupid, all stupid/ignorant/and epically hate filled comments will be reported.''4 weeks agoMy problem is that I used up all my sick days (I had 4 left) for this operation, I cant really do the ice trick at work. Tylenol doesn't seem to help. '' By the 4th day, I was in the "uncomfortable" stage. Remember to take it easy. If you have a desk job, you should be OK. The almighty bag of frozen peas of corn can help relieve the discomfort as well. By the end of the first 7 days, I was fine....
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How Do I Treat vasectomy pain?

A: vasectomy pain that follows a sterilization procedure is generally short-lived. Soon after the out-patient surgery, the local anesthetic begins to wear off and it is common to experience some dull aching and mild discomfort in the genital region. The application of ice often provides some relief and helps reduce swelling. Non-prescription pain medications can also be effective. It is frequently recommended that men wear jockey-short style underwear, or similar support garments, immediately following surgery and for several days afterward. Easing vasectomy pain can usually be accomplished by resting in the days that follow your procedure. Keeping feet elevated often...


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Has anyone experienced post-ejaculatory pain?

A: The only thing this sounds like in my experience is a not uncommon but temporary post-vasectomy side effect. One of my friends was terrified that HE would be the unlucky one to have "painful ejaculations" as the consent form described it. In rare cases, it can be permanent. So it makes me wonder if there was some trauma or malformation of the vas. I am not even remotely a doctor, but I wonder if an MRI or some other diagnostic tool could check for something like this. And, perhaps a therapeutic vasectomy could help. Just total speculation... sorry I don''t have more!...


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post vasectomy question?

A: I recently had a vasectomy performed and the proceedure went great. The healing process was met with minimal pain and all in all was fine. The problems didn''t start until about a month after. Once all the swelling, bruising, and soreness went away sex began to return to normal. The problem is that right at the point of ejaculation I get a sharp pain in my left testicle. The pain isn''t excrutiating or anything but it is very uncomfortable and at times it delays ejaculation but other times it completely kills the mood all together. It has not, however, caused any love making session to be discontinued and for that I''m thankful. There''s no swelling or anything that feels out of place but I...


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18 month post vasectomy

A: Charles: If sperm were leaking, it would do more than just itch a litte. Sperm are highly antigenic and would cause a rip-roaring inflammatory reaction with terrific swelling and pain. This could be nothing more than a reaction to some scar tissue around the surgery.  You should consult a urologist for a checkup and to get a definitive answer....


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What Should I Expect during Sex after a vasectomy?

A: Most promoters of vasectomies claim that sex after a vasectomy is no different than sex before a vasectomy. Ideally, the only sexual function affected by a vasectomy is fertility, not erections or sex drive. Sex after a vasectomy can often begin as soon as a week after the surgery, although many people choose to wait longer due to lingering discomfort. In the long term, sex after a vasectomy can be completely the same as sex before a vasectomy, but for some men it can be very different, and each case is unique. When complications occur, it can take a long time before sex returns to normal, and for some men recovery is not possible. Usually,...


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so my husband had a vasectomy a 4 1/2 months ago and he is still experiencing quite a bit of pain and his testicles keep swelling, is this normal?

A: post vasectomy pain Anonymous: Here is some information for you. I would speak to his doctor to let the doctor know what is happening. I wish you the best and hope you have a good night. Warmest regards... He should not be having this much trouble after 4 1/2 months. Go back to the doctor. This may be post vasectomy pain syndrome, or a prolonged recovery. Get an exam from the doctor that did the operation. pain for months after vasectomy is more common than people think, but it is not a normal outcome. To correctly diagnose the problem, a physical exam is required. Many times the
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How long after a vasectomy did your testicles hurt?

A: My husband''s never did stop hurting. It did get better after about 4 weeks but then after about 8 wks it began to get worse again. He developed PVPS (post vasectomy pain syndrome) and quickly reversed. He was lucky, the reversal worked. Read my sources below and decide for yourself. I provide numerous, different sources below. They should not hurt at all. I never had any pain. He must have failed to stay off his feet. I had a vasectomy. Most of my friends did as well. Nobody had pain. Normally it will not hurt. post vasectomy pain is usually transient and responds...


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What Are the Different Types of vasectomy Side Effects?

A: vasectomy side effects are rare and pose little threat, with the procedure widely regarded as an extremely safe and reliable method of birth control. As with any surgical procedure, pain is among the likely vasectomy side effects, with inflammation and infection also possible. Other potential vasectomy side effects such as a decline in libido or erectile dysfunction are possible, but they are uncommon and treatable. Some men develop an immune reaction to their own sperm, which might have an impact on their health. The most severe vasectomy side effect, though, is its permanence; unlike other contraceptive methods, a vasectomy is a lifelong...


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How Do I Reduce vasectomy Swelling?

A: vasectomy swelling is a common side effect from a vasectomy, which is an outpatient birth control procedure for men that severs the vasa deferntia and stops sperm from leaving the body through ejaculation. To alleviate vasectomy swelling, the scrotum should be wrapped tight with a wrap, and ice should be applied to the area. Over-the-counter pain medication can be taken and should manage the pain on its own. To aid in recovery and to eliminate vasectomy swelling, jockey shorts are recommended for the first week or so following the procedure. A scrotal supportive undergarment could also be worn to help with sore testicles. It is important to...


 
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