What are the Side Effects of a Vasectomy?

When making the decision whether or not to get a vasectomy, it is very important to do your
research and make yourself aware of the side effects and what to expect post vasectomy.

Dr. Buenafe’s policy is to be upfront and open with all of his patients which is why he outlines what to do and what to expect Before and After your vasectomy in his information manual on his website.

Dr. Buenafe conducts a no-scalpel, no-needle vasectomy procedure that has had a success rate of 99%.

With every medical procedure, there are certain side effects that may occur. Post procedure, it is normal to see a small amount of bleeding into the scrotum which could lead to small, tender swelling for a few days. Icing the area for 20 minutes every hour will help with the swelling.

Most men report a bruised sensation to the scrotum for a few days to a week after the
procedure. Some men describe it as a “kick in the scrotum.” You may also feel this discomfort
in your lower abdomen. Dr. Buenafe recommends that patients go home and rest lying down for
the remainder of the day and evening immediately following the vasectomy procedure. This will
help to relax you and ease any pain that you may have. If you are experiencing more pain, Dr.
Buenafe suggests taking extra-strength Tylenol every 5 hours.

These are the most common side effects of the no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy procedure
by Dr. Buenafe. There are other side effects than can occur but the chances of them occurring
are not very high for individuals. For more information on the other side effects and the ratio of
occurrence, download the Information Manual.