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I am thinking about vasectomy. I am wondering if there could be any complications regarding vasectomy, because I have uneven scrotum. Could this somehow affect vasectomy and cause complications?

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No, I think not. Besides, most men have uneven scrotum…the whole human body is uneven and not symmetrical.
You’ll be injected local anesthesia in scrotum and then operated in it, but I think difference in size or shape should not cause any complications with vasectomy.
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Check out the posts on recovery.
For some reason unbeknownst to me, the urologist made asymetrical incissions which make for a more difficult recovery in my personal case. I am on day 8 post-op, and my right side incission was much closer to the penis and in a much more sensitive area, more susceptible to pain and even more scar tissue than its counterpart.
Overall I am recovering alright, but I fall in the category of having experienced pain during the procedure under local anesthetic. I don't recall anytime during the orientation hearing about the vas tubing getting a stretch before the cutting. I felt that stretch quite a bit, it literally felt like my sack was getting tugged out of my body- Not the most pleasant of feelings. Bruised sack afterwards, not too much inflammation, but definitely not ready to test drive anytime soon...
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