+ You need to use contraception after the operation until tests show your semen is free of sperm. + If your semen contains sperm, you could make your partner pregnant. + As any surgery, complications can occur –risks are rare, but can include long-term testicle pain, haematoma, infection, bleeding, bruising, or swelling after the procedure. + Vasectomy doesn’t prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STDs). + Vasectomy is not immediately effective as it may take 2-3 months to get tubes clear from sperm. + You need to keep using contraception for 2-3 months after surgery. + Vas deferens tubes could reconnect, but this is very rare.
When it comes to making a decision about which provider or surgeon to select as your chosen preference for your Otoplasty procedure, safety and quality of care are typically the most important considerations to think about, alongside any Clinic and surgeon’s level of experience with Otoplasty procedures.