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    getting a vasectomy

    Can anyone refer a good doctor that does vasectomy .

    Its a couple of times now girls try to baby rape me lol and the last thing i need is to get some girl pregnant.

    also a condom can pop at any time so u never know...

    thats why I'm starting to consider the op.

    anyone know if it is a simple procedure ? or if there are any risks ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoodle View Post
    also a condom can pop at any time so u never know...
    In the event this happens (unlikely) wouldn't it be cheaper to pay for an abortion than get a vasectomy? Not to mention pain and suffering of enduring the surgery on very sensitive areas of the body. Just a thought.
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    Quite a simple procedure and not particularly risky. You'll be sore for a few days afterward and, if my memory serves me well, you won't be doing and fucking for a few weeks. If someday, you want it reversed, that's fairly easily done as well, though the longer your vas remains severed, the lower the likelihood that the reversal will be successful.
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    I had one done 10 years ago & experienced a few complications, which are usually rare (but they do occur). I had to go back to the doctor's office & get the 'procedure' completed several weeks later. It only took a few minutes. Once completed, i was told not to have sex (without a condom) until i had some lab work done (sperm count) to make sure that the procedure was successful.

    Generally, vasectomies are a rather safe procedure, but people will experience several forms of discomfort depending on each person's pain tolerance level. Myself, i refused ingesting any painkillers of any sort & preferred putting an ice pack below my scrotum whenever i'd be sitting down (watching tv) or when i'd be lying in bed. I was back to normal a few days after the final procedure, and the end-result was successful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alyssa Roze View Post
    nothing is 100% effective. (if That's the "risk" you are talking about)
    I am pretty sure a vasectomied penis cannot impregnate any vagina. It is the unvasectomied, condomed penis that carries a risk.

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    Indeed, although very rare, there have been unfortunate occasions where someone got pregnant even though the male had previously underwent a vasectomy.

    Nothing is 100% full proof, including vasectomies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    Nothing is 100% full proof, including vasectomies.
    Abortion of the fetus is 100%. They remove the fetus and it cannot survive when thrown in a medical waste pail. I go back to the question of why not pay for something that is 100% and cheaper as opposed to something that is less than 100% and more expensive. Does not make any sense to me.

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    You might try your family doctor first and he'll refer you.
    Fount this: http://www.votrevasectomie.ca/index.en.html Pretty good explanation. This place propose a job without scalpel. I can do it for you if you like, give me a hammer...

    I've heard the canals used by sperm have a tendency to "grow" in some men after a vasectomy and somehow the cut ends sometimes find each other and reconnect. Same is supposedly true for the fallopian tubes of some women. Folklore or truth, I don't know but it's probably rare.

    I know a few guys who got the job done and besides the dark look they gave anybody moving fast in their direction (Don't touch me!!) and a strange slow way to walk, they were all back to normal life (sans sexe) within a few days.

    Some even didn't take more than the time it took at the doctor on sick leave. Done in the morning, back to work in the afternoon. I always told these guys they weren't tough, they just didn't have balls to start with so whatever happened in that area couldn't hurt anyway.

    As far as costs, I wouldn't be surprise if it's covered by the RAMQ in Quebec.
    EDIT: From site above,
    Costs

    Patient WITH
    a VALID Quebec's medicare card
    $150
    Patient WITHOUT
    a VALID Quebec's medicare card
    $260
    Patient from outside Quebec $360

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    Today's method for vasectomy, at least, in Québec, are virtually 100% sure. No other method comes even close to it. One suggestion: when they tell you to put ice after the operation, DO IT! I did not. I got a red patch covering all my scrotum and half of one of my thighs for 10 days.

    EB, vasectomies are free in Québec. I think costs are equivalent for a vasectomy and an abortion in USA. Physical and psychological costs and risks of those two operations do not even compare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alyssa Roze View Post
    i thought we were talking about a way to avoid an abortion
    From what is discussed here you could have a vasectomy and then an abortion if it is in the .03% where the sperm swims through. Why pay for two operations when only one would have done the ultimate job of there being no baby? makes no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Abortion of the fetus is 100%. They remove the fetus and it cannot survive when thrown in a medical waste pail. I go back to the question of why not pay for something that is 100% and cheaper as opposed to something that is less than 100% and more expensive. Does not make any sense to me.
    Why are you bringing up abortion?? No one's brought it up until you did.

    By the way, vasectomies are free in Canada. Canada has had Obamacare a.k.a. Romneycare for nearly a century & Canadians don't have to worry about their healthcare costs when they get sick and/or older.

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    I don't remember the doctor, but he was in Longueuil a few minutes across the bridge. 100% FREE
    15 minute job done in his office.

    Pain-wise, similar to having a tooth pulled out, a dull, lingering pain that lasts a good two days. Had it done on a Friday after work, was back at work the next Monday. No big deal.

    However, I should have gone the extra mile and had the testes removed entirely, no point in leaving them (in) there. Nothing to get squished & cause pain, plus can't get cancer there if they're gone.

    Plus a smaller nutsack that doesn't sink to your knees when you get to be EagerBeaver's age...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    From what is discussed here you could have a vasectomy and then an abortion if it is in the .03% where the sperm swims through. Why pay for two operations when only one would have done the ultimate job of there being no baby? makes no sense.
    The origal poster refered to some girls trying to "baby rape" him. If that's the case and her goal is to get pregnant in the first place then why would she agree to an abortion? This is what doesn't make sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergejean View Post
    The origal poster refered to some girls trying to "baby rape" him. If that's the case and her goal is to get pregnant in the first place then why would she agree to an abortion? This is what doesn't make sense.
    I did not know what he meant by the term "baby rape." If he meant that the lady sought impregnation deliberately I suppose abortion would not be an option. However, in cases where there is an accident or one is seeking to rectify an accident, which is what had been discussed earlier in the thread, the goal is prevention of a childbirth. This can be accomplished through the vehicle of abortion just as easily as through the vehicle of vasectomy with less injury to the penis. And at least in the USA, where I live and am posting from, at a likely lower cost since insurance ain't covering any of this. Snoodle's poster profile does not indicate where he lives.
    Last edited by EagerBeaver; 08-21-2012 at 05:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    Why are you bringing up abortion?? No one's brought it up until you did.
    Just the Beav being the Beav, Doc. What the Beav is overlooking is the simple fact that vasectomy is a one-shot deal. Pregnancy, and abortion, are subject to repeat performances.
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