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Can prostatitis be caused after having a vasectomy?

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Yes, vasectomies do slowly wreck men's testicles and sexual organs more with time. It varies by degree and timing, but mild symptoms will show up in many men and often it will show up quickly in the few weeks right after the vasectomy since the daily sperm production is trapped inside the man's testicles and this new trapped pressure causes irritations and congestion feelings in the testicles and anywhere the sperm is all blocked off from leaving the testicles. This can feel like prostate problems. Most Dr.s treat with Advil to reduce swelling and sometimes antibiotics. Long term some men will, estimated at around 5% to 15% one in 20 to one in every 6 men sterilized, will have very serious side affects from vasectomies that can affect his entire sexual system and his male hormones from long term damage to his testicles. This is the same long term testicle damage that nearly every man has to some degree that makes vasectomy reversal less successful the longer the time from the man's vasectomy to his reversal surgery to reconnect his vas tubes. The more time blocked off and more time for him to have problems from those more long term damages to his testicles from the past vasectomy. ALL Dr.s admit vasectomies make men unable to be reversed and fertile after enough time has passed being sterilized. He needs to get checked to see what is causing his sexual organ problems and what might resolve it for him.
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