Will my energy weaken after the vasectomy?
Q: I’m a man in my mid-30s. My wife is pregnant with her second child. I don’t want any more children, so I’m going to have a vasectomy.
My wife told me that if a man undergoes the surgery, she can’t feel it. I think it’s completely groundless. I heard that there are many men who are reluctant to lose their energy. I asked my friends who had vasectomy around me and they said it was completely groundless.
You won’t feel less orgasm when you release semen after vasectomy, right? Also, I wonder if there is any problem with your company life after surgery.
A: Most urologists have had vasectomy. The reason for vasectomy without looping or difficulty is because I am sure it is the safest. Also, you can have sex more actively because you don’t have to worry about pregnancy. You don’t have to worry about the pleasure of the situation. The semen consists of 97% semen and prostate fluid, and the sperm accounts for less than 3%.
You can exercise the next day after surgery. You can rest assured. Pain, postoperative complications, loss of energy, back pain, etc. Don’t worry.