You can't. You need a professional, otherwise you could seriously hurt yourself.
If he had a vasectomy, no.
Yes, urologists can perform a vasectomy reversal, but a vasectomy reversal can be more complicated that the original vasectomy. Patients should seek out urologists who have experience in vasectomy reversal and microsurgery techniques.
Yes. A vasectomy does not effect the penis.
No, a vasectomy has no bearing on their personality.
A vasectomy doesn't prevent STI's .
A Vasectomy procedure will cost about $1,300 to any man not wanting to have children any longer if the procedure is done by the Houston Vasectomy Clinic.
A vasectomy prevents sperm from leaving the body. Semen can be clear to cloudy white before and after a vasectomy.
A vasectomy reversal is also known as vasovasostomy
No. Reversing a vasectomy can only be done with surgery.
A vasectomy doesn't increase herpes outbreaks.
Elective vasectomy procedure is not covered if the reason is sterilization.
When they are changing back a vasectomy done on both sides.
Vasectomy has no apparent effect on lifespan.
A vasectomy should have no effect on the size of the testicles.
You should not be able to get pregnant by a man who has had a vasectomy.
The whole purpose of the vasectomy is to prevent pregnancy from occuring. But it is not impossible for the surgery to heal in such a way that the vasectomy is not effective. It is not common, but it has happened.
A vasectomy is when you have your cord cut which goes to the sperm. Vasectomy reversal is when the cord gets put back into place by surgery. Doctors will do it if you ask them to
You can get HIV from a man who had a vasectomy. Vasectomy only eliminates the sperm portion of semen. HIV is still present in the seminal fluid.
No not if the vasectomy was done right or if he didn't really have it. There are only three answers here. The vasectomy was done correctly and you can't get pregnant. He didn't do the vasectomy and lied about it. Or you had sex with another man. Otherwise, you can't get pregnant. A vasectomy can only be reversed through another surgery.
If the vasectomy was done properly and enough time has elapsed, then no.
Yes. Sometimes a vasectomy can correct itself or not be complete.
When the man has had a proper vasectomy it is impossible for him to father a child.