Children after a vasectomy — is it possible?
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by Alex Ashton
5M ago
For all intents and purposes, vasectomy is a permanent surgical alteration. Once it’s done, there’s no going back. Although it doesn’t affect a man’s sex drive or his ability to enjoy sex, a vasectomy greatly decreases his chance of procreation. This brings us to today’s question: children after a vasectomy—is it possible? Although considered permanent, there are ways to reverse the procedure if need be. This article discusses everything you need to know about pregnancy after a vasectomy. What is a vasectomy and how does it work? The vasectomy is a permanent surgical procedure in which the vas ..read more
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Five things you should know about a vasectomy
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by Alex Ashton
5M ago
The decision to have a vasectomy is a big step and one which needs to be weighed carefully before committing to the procedure – but having made that choice, it’s a straightforward path towards a reliable form of contraception (over 99% reliable). There is absolutely nothing to worry about in having this minor surgery – it is quite simply one of the quickest and easiest of medical procedures which will have no impact on your health – but there are things to consider before pressing ahead. Here are five things to think about: Make sure it’s the right decision at the right time – A vasectomy cou ..read more
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Sex and masturbation after a vasectomy
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by Alex Ashton
5M ago
One of the questions often asked about a vasectomy centres on sex and masturbation after this minor procedure is carried out. Men are understandably keen to know: Will a vasectomy affect my sex drive? Will a vasectomy make masturbation painful? How quickly can I have sex or masturbate after having a vasectomy? How long do I have to wait after a vasectomy until it is an effective form of contraception?  Sex and masturbation may be an embarrassing subject for patients to talk about but are important issues when it comes to getting back to normal after a vasectomy and we aim to answer thes ..read more
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Being aware about your health – and taking action!
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by Alex Ashton
5M ago
Cancer is a dreadful disease but our understanding of it and available treatments are improving all the time. Early diagnosis is a key element to successfully treating cancer which is why continued awareness of potential symptoms and regular health checks are so very important. We know how easy it is to let something go unchecked. Most of us are probably more concerned and aware about health problems developing in a loved one than in ourselves, but please take the time to think about yourself as well – it just might prevent a situation from becoming too serious to do anything about! Stay alert ..read more
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An opportunity to raise awareness
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by Alex Ashton
5M ago
Mental Health Awareness Week is a very important date on the calendar and one we hope will be marked by as many people as possible in the ongoing battle to raise awareness and funds. Mental health amongst men – and the aspect of talking about it – is something we are constantly reminded our society can improve on…so we thought it was important to mark this week on our blog. Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation in 2021 the week has the theme Connect With Nature – something which has proven to be of great benefit in the challenge of maintaining good mental health.   The goals of Ment ..read more
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Five common myths about a vasectomy
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by Alex Ashton
5M ago
One of the biggest problems we face when men are thinking about a vasectomy is debunking the raft of misinformation that has built up over the years – details of personal experience that have been exaggerated beyond belief or just plain made up for the benefit of an audience purely for effect. It’s only natural for people to be concerned when they are facing any medical procedure but it’s far better to learn the facts from an expert than listen to someone who knew someone who had a surgical procedure and then relates an embellished story which often has little relation to fact. Dispelling the ..read more
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I drive for work – how soon after a vasectomy can I drive?
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by Alex Ashton
5M ago
A vasectomy is a very simple procedure and one which only requires a short period of recovery – but we know that some men considering having this minor surgery may have questions about having to take time off work and a potential loss of income. This may be of particular concern to professional drivers who need to keep time off to a minimum, including those driving: HGVs Buses Taxis Delivery vans Tradespeople and repair services  Company representatives The biggest fear about having a vasectomy is the unknown – but rest assured, there really is no cause for concern and you should be abl ..read more
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Family planning for men
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by Alex Ashton
5M ago
Birth control is a major consideration in today’s world – providing the opportunity for couples to plan the number and timing of their children to fit in with other important life choices. But with a number of options available, how do you pick the right one? Women have often provided the greater voice of caution when it comes to sex and birth control – but many more men are now playing an increasing role in family planning. It may be a subject you find difficult to talk about, so here are the answers to some often asked questions which we hope you will find useful: What is family planning? Fa ..read more
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Children after a vasectomy — is it possible?
Private Vasectomy Blog
by Alex Ashton
1y ago
For all intents and purposes, vasectomy is a permanent surgical alteration. Once it’s done, there’s no going back. Although it doesn’t affect a man’s sex drive or his ability to enjoy sex, a vasectomy greatly decreases his chance of procreation. This brings us to today’s question: children after a vasectomy—is it possible? Although considered permanent, there are ways to reverse the procedure if need be. This article discusses everything you need to know about pregnancy after a vasectomy. What is a vasectomy and how does it work? The vasectomy is a permanent surgical procedure in which the vas ..read more
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Should my husband have a vasectomy?
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by Alex Ashton
1y ago
Having a vasectomy isn’t just a male thing – female partners can and should play an important role in the process, from the initial decision through to the day surgery and the recovery afterwards. It’s always good to have a supportive partner where medical treatments and surgery are involved and a vasectomy is no exception. It’s a big decision which will affect the family and really requires both partners to be on board with either going ahead or deciding not to. Talk it through The main reason for having a vasectomy is preventing an unwanted pregnancy and something couples need to discuss ope ..read more
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