The Scary Truth About A Vasectomy – Good, Bad & Ugly

If you don't want to get anyone pregnant, a vasectomy is a procedure you can get done. While it is designed to be a permanent procedure, it can be reversed if you change your mind. Here are answers to the top questions...

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Video Summary

Today I’ll quickly discuss the top questions about vasectomies – some of the biggest ones being if it affects their sex drive, erections, testosterone levels, and so forth.

What Is Vasectomy?

Vasectomy is medically called “male sterilization”.

It’s a minor surgery to block sperm from reaching the semen that is ejaculated from the penis.

What Happens To The Sperm?

Basically, a vasectomy blocks or cuts each “vas deferens” tube, keeping sperm out of your semen.

Your sperm cells “or babies” stay in your testicles and are reabsorbed by your body.

Starting about 3 months after a vasectomy, your semen (cum) won’t contain any sperm at all, so it can’t cause pregnancy.

Does It Change My Semen?

No, you’ll still have the same amount of semen you did before. There just won’t be any sperm in it.

It’ll look the same, feel the same, and even taste the same.

Does It Change My Orgasms?

No, having a vasectomy does NOT change how you have an orgasm.

You just won’t be releasing any “baby” sperms in your semen and thus, no chance of getting her pregnant.

Does It Change My Testicles?

No, there will be no change in your testicles. No size or shape change.

Will It Change My Testosterone or Hormone Levels?

No, there will be no change in your levels of testosterone or any other hormones.

Will It Change My Sex Drive or Erections?

No, it won’t have any change in your sex drive or your ability to have erections.

Can She Tell If I’ve Had A Vasectomy?

Nope. Nobody can tell.

Is A Vasectomy Permanent?

Yes, a Vasectomy is designed to be a permanent procedure.

HOWEVER, it can be reversed, even after 15 years. And YES, the sperm will be back to normal and you can get someone pregnant again.

What Should I Do?

If you don’t think you want to have kids, then go ahead and get a vasectomy.

It can be liberating.

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  1. https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2004/02/vasectomy-reversal-highly-effective-even-after-15-years
  2. https://www.urologyhealth.org/urologic-conditions/vasectomy