Post Vasectomy Pain Syndrome is an uncommon occurrence that can happen to a small number of men after a vasectomy procedure. This syndrome can begin immediately after the vasectomy or many months or even years after the vasectomy has been completed.
The frequency of this problem varies amongst given practitioners. Some studies reports as high as one third of men after vasectomy have some type of lingering discomfort. Other studies report that the frequency of post vasectomy pain is one case in thousands. Due to the wide variations in the incidence of post vasectomy pain in the practices of different vasectomy surgeons, it is important that each surgeon give their patients an accurate account of what the risks of post vasectomy pain syndrome would be in their specific practice.
There are some speculative causes of post vasectomy pain syndrome in patients, which include:
There are other speculative causes of post vasectomy pain syndrome that can occur on rare occasions in patients. In order to help avoid this syndrome from occurring, ensure that you do your research and obtain the services of a skilled and expert doctor who has experience performing low risk vasectomy procedures. To read more on post vasectomy pain syndrome, click here: http://www.vasectomymanitoba.ca/common-questions.php#faq10.
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