Complications After Vasectomy

All surgeries carry some risk, but complications from vasectomy tend to be rare, minor, and seldom require intensive medical treatment.

Below, find some of the most common risks and side effects after a vasectomy:

Note: Patients sometimes wonder about other possible complications and risks. The American Urological Association reports that there is no evidence to suggest that vasectomy contributes to prostate cancer, testicular cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke or dementia. It should not affect libido or erectile function. * If you have concerns or want more information about the possible risks, complications, and long-term effects of a vasectomy, ask us during the consultation.

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