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Question
Posted by: DocA | 2012-04-07

Vasectomy

Vasectomy as a form of contraception.
Would you advise this?
If need be is this procedure reversible?
What''s the recovery time post-op and how invasive is this, i.e local or general anaesthesia?

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a 100% effective form of contraceptive following a number of weeks to ensure that any sperm that remians in your seminal vessicles have been ejaculated.
the procedure can be reversed but is not necessarily 100% success-rate
it can be done under general anaethetic

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Posted by: jason | 2012-05-03

DocA, think twice before you go for a Vasectomy. I went for one in January and it was the worst mistake of my life. I have permanent testicle pain. I have erection problems .....

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Posted by: sexologist | 2012-04-08

a 100% effective form of contraceptive following a number of weeks to ensure that any sperm that remians in your seminal vessicles have been ejaculated.
the procedure can be reversed but is not necessarily 100% success-rate
it can be done under general anaethetic

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