Normal bruising and swelling after a vasectomy three days after the operation.
Relatively normal healing progress two days after a no-scalpel vasectomy with a midline incision.
These pictures show bruising at 24 and 48 hours after a vasectomy.
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These photos show a typical healing and recovery process for an open-ended vasectomy performed using a midline incision and the no scalpel technique.
Pictures of the first week of a typical vasectomy recovery with minimal bruising and swelling. A good example of midline incision which healed very well.
Typical post vasectomy recovery, including the incision and bruising. All photos were taken between days one and six.
An image of normal healing after a midline vasectomy operation three days post-op.
Typical vasectomy recovery ranging from day 3 to day 17 with very little bruising, swelling, or scarring.
These photos show the appearance of normal stitches one week after a vasectomy.
These photos show a patient with standard levels of swelling and bruising several days after a traditional bilateral vasectomy.
These photos show a typical level of bruising and recovery within the first three days of a vasectomy operation.
Normal bruising six days after a vasectomy.
Pictures showing the progression of typical vasectomy healing of a patient with one testicle.
A good example of normal healing following a no scalpel vasectomy, as well as some images showing the appearance of the scar months after the operation.
Photographs of conventional vasectomy with a midline incision.