One of the biggest questions on a man’s mind when contemplating a vasectomy is – ‘will it affect my sex life’?
Most men are honest about wanting to do their bit for family planning, mainly because they have witnessed their wife or partner suffer side effects from other contraception. But they do have concerns on how this will translate in the bedroom.
Well the good news is that a vasectomy will not affect your sex life. It does not decrease your sex drive because it does not affect the production of the male hormone testosterone. It also does not affect your ability to get an erection or ejaculate. You will not even notice a difference in the amount of semen you ejaculate!
We can confirm that after an open-ended vasectomy, The Metrocentre Way, you will still be able to:
- Have the same libido and sex drive
- Have and maintain erections
- Have an orgasm
Several weeks after having a vasectomy (once it has been confirmed that sperm is no longer present in the semen), and the stress of an unplanned pregnancy is eliminated, our couples report that their lovemaking tends to be:
- More satisfying.
- More intense and sensuous.
- More spontaneous.
- More pleasurable.
- More frequent.
Don’t just take our word for it – here’s an article by Dr Justin Lehmiller, founder and editor of Sex and Psychology, where you can read more.
So, don’t let the words vasectomy and sex drive scare you.
If you would like to discover more about an open – ended vasectomy, The Metrocentre Way, or arrange an appointment at one of our centres, please feel free to call us on 1800 367 636. You can also contact us directly on email@example.com.