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What is post-vasectomy pain syndrome? Many people may be interested in the answer to this question perhaps you or your partner are considering getting the snip and are concerned about possible vasectomy side effects, or you've already had the procedure done and are experiencing pain. Post-vasectomy pain syndrome is a pretty descriptive name. Let's find out what causes this, and if there is any treatment.

The main symptoms of post-vasectomy pain syndrome are chronic pain in the pelvic area, increased pain during strenuous physical exercise or sexual intercourse, and painful sensations during orgasm. These symptoms can start immediately after a man has undergone a vasectomy, but they can also crop up years later in some cases. The symptoms of post-vasectomy pain syndrome range from mild and annoying, to severe and debilitating. So, how often does post-vasectomy pain syndrome or PVPS strike men who have had the big snip? Some sources say that this condition is very rare, while other studies carried out into post-vasectomy pain syndrome found that as many as a third of men who underwent a vasectomy experience some type of ongoing discomfort related to that procedure.

In some cases, post-vasectomy pain syndrome resolves all by itself after a while. Some men experience so much pain that they need an additional surgery to solve the problem. If you have had a vasectomy and recognize the symptoms, seeing your healthcare provider preferably the doctor who carried out your vasectomy is always a good idea. Short-term treatment may be focused on symptom relief, and the situation will be monitored. Men who are thinking about having a vasectomy should always take into account that complications, including post-vasectomy pain syndrome, are possible. A conversation with your doctor may provide you with more information about the chances of developing post-vasectomy pain syndrome following the operation, as well as other risk of having a vasectomy. You may also like to read about having a vasectomy reversal.

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