Vasectomy Good or Evil

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  1. Multicumshots

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    I'm tired of using condoms my girl refuses to go back on the pill she's telling me to get a vasectomy (my nuts just pulled up and are hiding).She says we can have all the sex i want anytime no fear of babies.My question is i shoot copious amounts of cum the first time i climax i squirt 9 or 10 thick streams the next few orgasms are less volumn but still nice shooters.I'm afraid of what will happen will I have a problem maintaining my normal hour or more erection? What will come out when I cum and how much shooting huge is a manhood thing for me.Any guys who have had a vasectomy please let me know the good and the bad.
     
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    For the record, I'm a post-vasectomy baby. It is a rare chance, but it can happen. Some sperm are REALLY good swimmers!
     
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    Unless you're sure you never want to have any kids (or any more kids) it would be mad to have a vasectomy. A vasectomy wouldn't make any difference to the sensation of cumming or how much you cum (my husband had one) but a vasectomy should be considered a mutual decision taken by a couple who know they don't want any more kids, and that in the event of them breaking up he won't want any more kids with a new partner. A vasectomy isn't a solution to your gf deciding she doesn't want to take the pill or other forms of birth control.
     
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    I don't believe they are "Evil"

    There may be some info here, Vasectomy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    From what I recall most of ejaculate is not sperm, so I do not believe there would be a large difference... (Don't quote me on that though)
     
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    I'm a big shooter, too, and always have been. I had a vas 14 or so years ago, and it was a win-win. I still shoot the same, and sex with the wife is much improved. I hate condoms...really, really hate them. When we were using them back in the day, the only kind I could stand were the natural kind made out of lambskin. They were expensive, but at least I could feel something.

    If you decide to get a vasectomy, make sure you get a GOOD urologist who has good references. I had buddies who had horror stories about theirs, but mine was smooth as silk. The doc was excellent, good sense of humor (which you want when a guy has your nad in his hands--literally!), and great bedside manner. Go for it and enjoy the results.
     
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    I had a fuck buddy last year, who had a vasectomy 6 years ago. If getting snipped makes a guy shoot less cum, I'm glad I met him after the vasectomy and not before! :biggrin1:

    At 39 he had the libido and stamina of a 19 year old; and he could shoot cum like a geyser. It was not uncommon for him to cum 5 times during a 3 hour fuckfest. :wink::biggrin1:

    If you have already had children and are at least 35, I would say go for it. Not sure why I chose 35 as the cut off; but I guess by then most guys are sure they do or don't want kids.
     
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    They are reversable later on if you do decide to have kids.
     
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    Vasectomy is an operation that should always be undergone viewing it as irreversible, it's not always reversible and the longer it's been done the less likelihood there is of a reversal being successful.
     
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    I could never have a vasectomy as I feel part of my primal masculinity is my sexual fertility. It would be taking away my ability to do the most powerful and long-lasting thing in my life.
     
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    A lot of men think they're going to feel differently but don't, all the same feelings and sploogage is there, just no invisible tadpoles :) it might be taking away your primeval fertility but I think people are much more prone to feelings based on what they perceive as their normal body state, they perceive a normal body state so thats what they feel. How many men are happily luxuriating in their primeval fertility and they're actually infertile?
     
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    I am 58, have been married 32 years, no children, and had a vasectomy 30 years ago because we realized that my wife would not be emotionally capable of dealing with children due to her own upbringing. It seemed the logical thin to do as it is less invasive than tubal ligation and cheaper which was a consideration at the time because we didn't have insurance. It was a bit strange what with shaving around your scrotum and later knowing that you are shooting blanks, but other than that both my wife and I didn't notice any difference in my ejaculations.
     
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    I would think that the most masculine, powerful and long lasting thing you could do for your wife was to Love her with all your being
     
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    "she's telling me to get a vasectomy"--there's your answer. never, never, never, ever do anything that is irreversible (and the only doctors who will tell you it's reversible are the ones "willing" to charge you $20-25K to do it for only about a 9% chance of success) for the sake of someone else. if YOU want to do it, that is completely different.

    reverse it and tell her that you're tired of using condoms and she needs to have her tubes tied. see what kind of reaction that gets. (now, before you start the "i am woman, hear me bitch" tirade, a "mini-lap" tubal ligation is done on an outpatient basis in about 20 minutes and only costs about $150-200 more than a quality (i.e. specialist who you should only consider going to anyway) vasectomy. two of my sisters have had them done--one ran a 3k three days after and the other one was back to work in two days.)

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    I didn't notice any difference in ejaculate volume after mine.

    I don&#8217;t want to tell you what to do with your goods, but I would not get a vasectomy for a girlfriend. I'd wait until after you have all the kids you want. But the real issue (no pun intended) is that it is a permanent form of birth control. Reversals rarely work. What if you have the vasectomy and then the two of you break up? If you really want to go ahead, at the very least, find a licensed fertility center and get your sperm frozen.
    I would think that most ethical urologists wouldn&#8217;t even consider doing a vasectomy on someone who is not married.
     
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    Children and their progeny will long outlast him or his wife.
     
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    Sometimes :wink:

    If you're having one, then consider it irreversible - the chances of a successful reversal are pretty slim.
     
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    I had mine a bit over nine years ago.

    We had enough kids and were certain we didn't want any more. Felt it was reasonable for me to have this surgery, as my wife had 3 caesars for the kids.

    Needed a couple of days off work (office job) and there was a lot of bruising, but everything else still works just fine and could be a lot more spontaneaous without having to worry about pill taking or whether there was a condom handy.

    Just a momentary pang of regret when I got my letter to certify that was infertile!
     
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    I have had a vasectomy and like the others who have posted I have not regreted it nor have I noticed any lose of performance. We didn't want anymore kids so it was right for us. I no less of a man for it, probably more of a man as I do not want to be responsible for an unwanted pregnancy and all the heart break that would bring.

    Think long and hard (no pun inteded) about whether it is right for you - it isn't something that should be entered into without serious thought and reflection. Relationships go hand in hand with a vasectomy - only do it if you are in a stable one and you know you never want kids.
     
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    well i had one about 15 years ago and me is wasnt worth it. We were sure we didnt want any more kids so i thought ok sex all the time with no worry of getting pregnant, but vasectomy took away alot of the sensation when i came and dramatically reduced the amount of cum i shot. Just my opinioin dont do it.
     
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