Learn how long you’ll need to wait after your vasectomy before you can start having sex again.
A certain amount of bleeding after a vasectomy is typical. In this article, we’ll discuss how much bleeding is to be expected following the operation.
SpermCheck is an FDA approved home sperm testing kit. Learn more about this product and its applications for post-vasectomy semen analysis.
Nearly all vasectomies will result in some level of bruising and swelling. Find out what’s normal and what’s not.
Will your ejaculations be different after a vasectomy? This article explains will and won’t change following procedure.
How long should you wait after your vasectomy to run, lift weights, or ride your bike? Learn about exercising after a vasectomy in this article.
A non-scientific survey of our visitors looking into the sex lives of men after their vasectomy.
You’ll need to wait a while after your vasectomy to begin masturbating again–but how long?
A vasectomy is not considered successful until lab tests prove a man has no sperm present in his semen. In this article we discuss when you need to have a sperm test after a vasectomy and why it’s necessary.
Find out what sort of pain you can expect immediately following a normal, complication-free vasectomy.
Many men worry that their orgasm will change after a vasectomy. Learn why concerns over a “weak orgasm” are understandable but unfounded.
Small amounts of blood in semen after a vasectomy is usually no cause for concern, but excessive amounts of seminal blood can be an indication of a problem.
Learn how to stay comfortable and healthy after your vasectomy with this guide.