Want More Sex? Have A Vasectomy..! Get the FACTS!
Okay, what brings you to a vasectomy? Clearly it is because you do not want anymore children or just no children in the first instance.
However, did you know of any other benefits that comes with a vasectomy? I guess not.
And neither did I initially. Until I did a bit of further research on the subject.
Naturally there is a lot of concern amongst men regarding getting the ‘snip’. It sort of feels as if your manhood or purpose of being a man is being eroded.
After all, we are here to procreate and flourish as a species.
So any uneasy feelings are natural.
Because essentially, the operation cuts the vas deferens which is the link which connects the sperm vesicle in the testicles with the rest of the body.
Once this is done, it is almost game over, well not necessarily 100% but it is difficult to reverse the procedure so you need to be absolutely certain that you are content with the amount of children you have or that you do not want any children.
While you are young you may wish to give this some additional thought as circumstances can change rapidly and unexpectedly.
If you are certain of having the procedure, there are a few myths to clear up.
You’re testicles are not going to disappear and nor will your testosterone. Obviously as you age your natural testosterone levels will deplete when you are in your thirties and onward but nothing that is not natural.
That said, if you are worried about your testosterone levels lowering with age, you can read about the best natural and safe testosterone boosters.
There is also no risk of impotency or erectile dysfunction nor your libido than what your would experience before the procedure.
Your ejaculation will not change in any particularly noticeable manner either. Your ejaculation consists of roughly 5% sperm, much of the ejaculation is made up of nutrients to feed the sperm so they can swim towards the egg so one lucky fellow can fertilize it.
Improved Sex Life?
Yes it can lead to an improved sex life, you read that correctly.
Having a vasectomy can actually improve your sex life and not diminish your stature as a man.
For a start, the chances of failure are just 1 in 2000. That’s a good figure.
The long term effects on your health are absolutely minimal.
As already mentioned, your hormone levels will not alter other than the natural changes your body would make anyway.
If you are worried about a loss of libido or your hormone levels changing, take a look at what prescription free supplements are effective, here.
Your sex drive will not diminish. Nor will your willingness to want sex spontaneously, so you can still go and find that quiet area in the parking lot if you so desire.
How else can my sex life improve?
Ensuring that you are fully aware of the fact STI’s and STD’s can still be transferred and caught, having a vasectomy can lead to an improved level of exciting spontaneity that may have not been as possible before.
There’s no need to worry about a split condom, or even the moments of awkwardness and break in the ‘moment’ leading to sex whereby you rummage through your pockets, wallet, drawers and house looking for that last condom.
You literally can have sex anywhere you want, providing it is legal and not going to upset anyone.
How many times have you had sex and you are worried that the condom may break? Or that this is a one night stand and you are not using a condom and are either:
a) trusting her word that she is using birth control
b) trusting the pull out method
That is a lot of faith being placed in to a situation whereby you are not thinking entirely logically or sensibly. Passions run riot and you certainly do not think straight while tearing someone’s clothes off to reveal their body.
The one we have been waiting for.
Research states that men who have vasectomy’s have more sex.
That’s right, according to a study that was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, men who have had a vasectomy on average have sex 5.9 times per month.
Those men without a vasectomy have sex on average 4.9 times per month. That’s potentially 1 partner per month you are missing out on which is 12 per year!
If you are looking to rack up a big number of sexual partners to make you feel good about your shallow, hollow life having a vasectomy could help boost your confidence and self esteem.
Other stats suggest that those men with a vasectomy have an 81% higher chance of having sex once per week than those men who cling on to their vas deferens.
Your Partners Well Being
If you are in a loving and caring relationship, you will naturally consider and wish for your partners well being.
Therefore, you lady friend may not actually react well to birth control. This is down to hormonal changes and it may not be the most pleasant experience for her.
If this is the case, and you both understand that you do not want any children or further children you will have the opportunity to take away some of the unpleasantness that she may be facing.
This will make you both feel better and potentially strengthen your relationship and sex life.
Yes, having a vasectomy does not protect your are your partner from sexually transmitted infections and diseases.
Therefore, do not go around thinking you are King Kong and immune to that kind of shit. Unprotected sex with numerous partners is not safe.
Nor is it 100% reversible. Therefore if you have the operation a bit too soon you may regret it later in life. Make sure you are certain of not having any children or any further children.
You may feel a little sore or tender after the operation and it is important to remember that you will not be risk free from impregnating your partner immediately.
Contraception should still be used until tests show that all of the sperm has been passed through your tubes and body.