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Vasectomy and Erectile Dysfunctions
Whether they've already had enough children or never wish to have children at all, many men seek permanent sterilization through the surgical procedure known as a vasectomy. Although a vasectomy is quite effective at preventing pregnancy, there are a number of grave side effects that can adversely affect quality of life.
 
A vasectomy is a surgical procedure in which the vasa deferentia -- the main ducts through which semen is carried from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct -- are cut for the purpose of sterilization.  After a vasectomy, sperm continues to be produced but can no longer exit the body through the penis. Leydig cells continue to produce testosterone and other male hormones that are secreted into the bloodstream.
 
Complications
Complications of vasectomies include temporary bruising and bleeding, known as hematoma. Many post vasectomy complications include:
  • Post-Vasectomy Pain Syndrome (permanent feeling of pain in the testicles)
  • Psychogenic Impotence
  • Congestive epididymitis
  • Sperm granuloma
If you had vasctomy and suffering from ED, consider natural recovery to reduce the side effects from vasctomy and restore back erection quality.

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