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Vasectomy may be the safest, most effective kind of birth control.
Only about 1 or 2 out of 1,000 couples get pregnant the first year after a vasectomy. Your doctor will give you a local anesthetic to numb your scrotum.
My husband had a vasectomy 2 yrs ago, and now we have decided we would like one more.
He is not willing to have a vasectomy reversal but is not opposed to getting pregnant. Has anyone had any success in a natural pregnancy after a vasectomy? Anyway, It is pretty rare, and we are in shock still, but the answer is yes, it CAN happen. We are going to get a sperm check tomorrow just to see how this happened, etc. He was tested every year and there was nothing but a few non motiles.
Each morning, I would drag myself out of bed at 6 a.m. He just listened to me and then said he had to go to work. At 37, I didn’t have a lot of time left on my biological clock — I know the statistics of conception after age 35 and I didn’t want a baby in my forties. He just so happened to be paired up with a doctor who performed reverse vasectomies and they discussed the operation, how many men were doing this for their second wives (including the doctor), and how it was done in a much more modern way than in years past.
His urologist said that although the procedure was done properly, snipped and cauterized, one set mananged to grow back together. For two months I brushed off the stomach bug and tiredness and then in September went to the doctor to be told I was pregnant.
He was 52 and I was 42 when we found out..together we already (had) 6!
(This also happens to sperm that are not ejaculated after a while, regardless of whether you have had a vasectomy.) Because the tubes are blocked before the seminal vesicles and prostate , you still ejaculate about the same amount of fluid.
It usually takes several months after a vasectomy for all remaining sperm to be ejaculated or reabsorbed.A vasectomy is usually done in your doctor’s office or in an outpatient surgery center. After you’re numb, your doctor will make a very small puncture (hole) on one side of your scrotum and pull out part of the vas deferens on that side. He or she will then remove a small section of the vas deferens, and seal it with small clamps.