Our no scalpel vasectomy won’t affect your sex drive, performance or ability to become erect.
Some even say sex is better!
After a no scalpel vasectomy, sperm will continue to be produced by the testes, but there is nowhere for them to go since the tubes have been sealed. The sperm are eventually dissolved, and the proteins are then recycled back into the system. This does not affect other hormones in the body, nor change the release of testosterone from the testicles.
The only after-effect from a no scalpel vasectomy is that you will no longer be able to impregnate your partner. It has absolutely no effect on your masculinity and does not cause impotence.
Since your testicles are unaffected by the procedure, they will continue to produce the same levels of testosterone (the male sex hormone) as before. The vasectomy should have no effect on your sex drive, your ability to get an erection, the volume of ejaculate, your body composition, muscle mass, facial hair, voice, or other male characteristics.
Will sex be better after a no scalpel vasectomy?
Some men feel that their sex life is improved and much more enjoyable without the worry of a pregnancy. And couples generally feel more relaxed after the vasectomy only because they are not constantly worrying about an unwanted pregnancy. The procedure itself however has no physical affect (positively or negatively) on sexual performance.
How soon after a no scalpel vasectomy can you have sex?
Soon. We typically suggest waiting 3 days before having intercourse. But again, the after-effects of the procedure vary. Be sure to utilize another form of birth control until you are tested to be sperm-free.
If you any have questions about getting a no scalpel vasectomy, give us a call at 815-409-4730. We are happy to schedule an appointment and take the time to discretely answer all the questions and concerns you may have.