@helpfulforum, Given everything I’ve heard and seen online, people I’ve meet at Dr’s appointments, etc, etc, I’m shocked nobody has stood up, and spoke out about all of this stuff myself. I’m guessing doing so would be an act of career suicide, etc, but idk. By doing so, you would be betraying the brotherhood of urology as well.
I can think of at least one vas/reversal urologist that openly claims to have had congestive pvps. Unfortunately, he is a vas reversal microsurgon, and uses his experience with congestive pvps as an advertising tool to get business as well. This guy is in the UK.
I can think of another retired guru that is experienced in the treatment of pvps here in the states that has spoke out against vasectomy, but not openly. Seems the quote I heard he said was, “just because we know how to do vasectomys (playing god), doesn’t mean we should be”.
The vast majority of pvps specialist’s that are highly recommend on this forum are vasectomy advocates. They don’t speak out against it, and pretty much deny just about everything we talk about other than pvp/s is real.
I could give countless examples far as denial quotes I’ve heard from all these vasectomy advocates since 2010. From sexual side effects, prostate issues, low testosterone, etc, etc.
@backintime30 is correct far as telling you that you need to carefully weigh your situation out. I think the risk of ending up worse off via vas to vas reversal isn’t significantly high, but the risk definitely exists. I’d put the risk of making things worse at approximately 1-2%~ as do others.
I’m not sure about all the “emotional pain” part, or if it’s even part of your situation. Emotional pain, and regret do go hand in hand, but poor orgasm, poor this and poor that post vasectomy are definitely side effects of vasectomy.
If you’ve waited several years already, and things haven’t improved yet, odds of improvement over the next several years are up in the air far as I would tell you.
There is a guy that chimed in way back in this thread that claimed he waited 4-5-6~ years for improvement. While this does seem like an eternity to wait, he seemed ok with it. My non direct reply to that idea was, “to each his own”.