Vasectomy Danger, Side Effects, & Natural Recovery


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A vasectomy is a simple outpatient surgical procedure completed in as little as 30 minutes. During a vasectomy, the vasa deferentia of a man are severed, tied and sealed in such a manner that prevents sperm from entering into the seminal stream. After the procedure, scarring from the surgery or obstructions at the epididymis can cause chronic pain or impotence. But as with all surgeries, a vasectomy  has its own added complications and side effects.[1][2]

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Breaking down and recycling dead sperm can release metabolites that affect the hormonal-regulating biofeedback loop. If the loop is altered in any way, it will suppress the production of FSH, LH and testosterone. Wiith inhibited testosterone production, men will eventually experience low libido and impotence.

Typical side effects of a vasectomy include:

Herb Overview
Achyranthes serves as a popular circulatory tonic that promotes circulation that may have been altered during a vasectomy.
 
Cistanche contains antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties and alkaloids known to improve blood circulation to the genital and pelvic area; build strength; and revitalize the body.
 
Cuscuta can increase male fertility thanks to five key molecules: beta-sitosterol, d-sesamin, 9(R)-hydroxy-d-sesamin, d-pinoresinol and daucosterol. Cuscuta can increase the production of nitric oxide intra-cavernosal pressure (ICP), chemicals essential for a harder and fuller erection.
 
Epimedium improves sex drive as it strengthens nerves, sexual energy and sperm production. Known as Horny Goat Weed, Epimedium contains a special molecule known as icariin that increases the PDE-5 inhibitor to help maintain an erection.
 
Saw Palmetto contains a high concentration of beta-sitosterol and phytosterol complexs, making it the number-one ingredient for inhibiting DHT production that can increase prostate size and decrease testosterone production.

Together, these herbs can produce the necessary testosterone necessary for a proper erection. If you suffer from Impotence caused by a vasectomy, it is time to take control of your problem.

What to get


Rejuven Vitaball - Natural Testicular Support Formula, 60 vcaps, (Rejuven Natural)
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Pills Achyranthes Root, Cistanche, Cnidium, Cuscuta, Cynomorium, Epimedium, Morinda, Quercetin, Saw Palmetto, Tribulus

Reference: 
  1. ^Sugar LM., Inflammation and prostate cancer, Can J Urol. 2006 Feb;13 Suppl 1:46-7
  2. ^Harvard Medical School Well Connected - Vasectomy and Vasovasostomy (Reversal Surgery), September, 2001
  3. ^Mo ZN, Huang X, Zhang SC, Yang JR., Early and late long-term effects of vasectomy on serum testo sterone, dihydrotestosterone, luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone levels, J Urol. 1995 Dec;154(6):2065-9



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Declan posted on Fri, 05/10/2013 - 10:47
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I was considering getting a vasectomy because I was tired of scared with getting women pregnant. After being divorced I needed to relax and get something done on my behalf. After reading this however I did not know that a vasectomy had so many side effects. I don't think I want to do this anymore and instead just keep wearing condoms. I don't want to have problems with my erection or premature ejaculation. I am not going to do it.
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barcelona2015 posted on Tue, 07/28/2015 - 23:25
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After my vasectomy,i start to experience premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. I did blood test and ther results were that my testosterone,DHEA and other hormones changed after my vasectomy,i am so pissed at the urologist who told me that was a safe procedure and that nothing will change,that is a LIE!!!!!. Everything changed,and now i have to live with these side effects.
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