How to Recover From a Vasectomy?

How to Recover From a Vasectomy?

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How to Recover From a Vasectomy?

You can go right home after your vasectomy, but you will have some pain for the first few days. It also takes a couple of months for the vasectomy to become effective as a method of birth control, so you will also have to take some precautions. But by following your doctor’s instructions and taking good care of yourself, you can improve your chances of a swift recovery.
Controlling Pain After Your Vasectomy
Expect mild swelling and pain. After surgery, you will probably have some pain and swelling in your scrotum. You may also notice some fluid leaking from the incision site after surgery. This is entirely normal and should improve and resolve itself within a few days. Use gauze and/or bandages as needed and as recommended by your doctor.
Take pain medications as needed. Normally an over-the-counter pain medication such as Tylenol (acetaminophen) will suffice. If you require stronger medication to control your pain, book another appointment with your physician and he or she can write you a prescription for stronger pain medications. However, most men are fine with over-the-counter medications and do not need to opt for anything stronger.
Use an ice pack to control pain and swelling. For the first two days after the procedure, ice the scrotum area for 20 minutes every hour or so. After that, use ice as needed to help with pain and swelling.
Support your scrotum. Leave on the bandage that your doctor placed on your scrotum for a period of 24 to 48 hours following the surgery. Wearing tight-fitting underwear or a jockstrap is a good idea as well, as it can help to alleviate discomfort and also to protect the area.
Try to be patient. After a week has passed, most of the bothersome symptoms, such as swelling and pain, should be resolved. Call your doctor immediately if your symptoms persist, or if you notice any signs of complications such as an infection.
Making Lifestyle Adjustments After Your Vasectomy
Avoid taking blood-thinning medications for a few days. You should not take any blood thinning medications for at least a few days following your vasectomy. Be sure to ask your doctor for specific advice on this if you are taking blood-thinning medications. This is because taking blood-thinning medications may increase your risk of post-operative bleeding.
Get plenty of rest. One of the most important components of recovering from your vasectomy is rest. You may need to take a few days off of work or cut back on your usual activities to facilitate healing. Unless your work is strenuous or requires heavy lifting, you should be able to go back quite quickly, such as within two to three days. If your job requires heavy lifting, talk to your doctor about when it will be safe for you to return.
Refrain from all types of sexual activity for seven days. Ejaculation can be painful and sometimes lead to bleeding in the initial stages after your vasectomy. Therefore, you will not be able to engage in any sexual activity about seven days after your vasectomy.
Do not bathe or swim for 24 to 48 hours after your vasectomy. Depending on the technique that your doctor used, you may have stitches in your scrotum. To prevent an infection from developing, it is best to keep the stitches dry by not bathing or swimming for the first couple of days.
Ask your doctor when it is okay to start bathing and/or swimming again.


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