Bruising five days after no-scalpel vasectomy (Pictures)

This image set shows fairly typical bruising five days following a no scalpel vasectomy.

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“These photos were taken five days after the operation and are my bits ‘at their worse’.”

Typical bruising after no scalpel vasectomy on day 5 - Image 1

“I had pain, which after a week meant that I returned to the doctor, who said it was all perfectly normally, and literally on the 8th day, the pain was gone, like a light switch being turned off! The swelling and pain was bad for one week and then began to ease. I had some pain and discomfort for a month and now everything to back to normal.”

Typical bruising after no-scalpel vasectomy on day 5 - Image 2

“The bruising took about two weeks to fully disappear and it was a month before all twinges and niggles went away. I feel I recovered well and didn’t need any kind of pain relief after the first week. I have absolutely no regrets – and it’s almost been a year now. My biggest fear was that orgasm and ejaculation would suddenly no longer be achievable! I realized this wasn’t the case and knowing that my wife wouldn’t be getting pregnant any more made lovemaking more spontaneous and enjoyable.”

Typical bruising after no scalpel vasectomy on day 5 - Image 3

“It took 16 weeks for the doctor to give the all-clear which meant just handing in a single sperm sample and it took just three days to get the results.”

Many thanks to our contributor for submitting these pictures and allowing us to use them.

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