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3- How am I different after a vasectomy?

After vasectomy, a man is unchanged except for his blocked sperm tubes. Sperm make up about 1% of the ejaculate, so there will be no detectible difference in volume. The testes still produce sperm, but they are simply re-absorbed into the body.

Vasectomy does not affect a man's sex drive, masculinity, testosterone levels or orgasm. His ability to have an erection is also fully unchanged.

Furthermore, most men report that sex is better after vasectomy because they no longer need to worry about an accidental pregnancy. With the security and peace of mind permanent contraception brings, sex can be more relaxed and spontaneous.

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