- Mar 11, 2022
A vasectomy doesn't stop you from ejaculating, it just stops sperm cells from entering your semen. So you will still be "Dropping Loads", just no sperm (Which actually makes up a small percentage of ejaculate) . I had mine done 10 years ago and the Urologist stressed heavily that if I had any notion that I would want kids in the future to not have the procedure done or freeze my sperm. I looked it up and reversal success drops with time. Get a reversal 3 years done the road and the success rate is in the 90%. Wait 10 years like me and the success rate is closer to 50%. Vasectomies are far less likely to fail like they use to. They originally would simply tie the ends of the vas deferens, now they cauterize the ends with heat. While the procedure wasn't that bad, I wouldn't get vasectomy knowing I would get a reversal a few years down the road. Plus if you end up part of that 10% who can't get it reversed, your girl is gonna look at you like...How that work breh? If we're still busing nuts how do you not have to pull out?
Also, why are you advising against it for ppl that don't have kids if the procedure is reversible?