Our expert says:
You should go back to your urologist. It could be that you have chronic prostatitis - which is inflammation of the prostate gland that lies around the urine tube. The vasectomy would not be the cause of your symptoms. You should tell your urologist how many times a day you normally go to the toilet, how the flow of the urine is ( slow, fast, difficult to start, dribbeling afterwards etc) any leakage of urine, blood or pus coming out, problems with erections if any,and whether you see blood in your sperm. Go with a slightly full bladder so that he can take an urine sample too.
I hope you get hold of him soon - it can't go on like this!
All of the best
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