Hi Macca, part of the reason I want to explore this is because so many guys have no problems with vasectomy. So what makes us different? There may be things that no one will be able to determine ahead of time. But maybe there are a few things that may make a person not as good a candidate to have one.
The only thing I can do at this stage is try to determine if there is anything that can be done differently in the future (besides telling people not to get one). I actually never had any pelvic pain or groin pain prior to the procedure…as I stated before the only thing I has was anxiety issues and upon researching found that most people who get CPPS often have stressful lives or anxiety problems. I probably had tight pelvic muscles with no symptoms until I had the vas which triggered it.
I know Dr P is doing or has done research into finding out why men develop PVPS and thinks Wallerian degenration may be a factor. As i have posted before, 66% of men will have vasitis after a vasectomy but why do most men not have any pain? Most of my pain comes from my vas deferenes which get extremley swollen after ejaculation. Anyway I hope one day that they will figure out why guys like us have developed this where as for the majority it’s an easy procedure. That is what I actually hate most about it…it’s simple and easy for most but if you get the bad shit like us it is life changing.