Are There Any Long Term Natural Health Issues Involved In A Vasectomy Procedure?

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Wondering if a vasectomy increases chance for prostate cancer, urinary problems etc.

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4 Responses to “Are There Any Long Term Natural Health Issues Involved In A Vasectomy Procedure?”

  1. beez says:

    I’ve never heard of read of any connection to health issues. It’s quick, painless and necessary for many men.

  2. Good Deeds says:


  3. It’s possible to get a local infection from the surgery. I did. It was quite painful but was easily cured with antibiotics.
    Other than that, it’s about as safe as a surgical procedure can be. It’s got nothing to do with the bladder or with the urinary system, and does nothing to the prostate gland.

  4. Keine Kinder says:

    There is no connection at all. The levels of hormones are not affected by a vasectomy. Only the sperm is blocked from entering the semen. Everything else stays the same.
    I had a vasectomy at 21. I know other men that did as well. I am over 40 now, and have never experienced any ill effect. I don’t know anyone else that has.
    Religious groups are firmly against vasectomies because it can potentially lead to fewer group members. I am pretty sure they are responsible for any myths about vasectomies.
    I have heard all the myths. People said that I would look old way before my time. The truth is, I look younger than most guys I know. My brother is 4 years younger than me, but he looks 10 years older than I do.

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