It may be good advice to NOT remove your right testicle, it may or will cause a reduction in your sexual functioning and may even be major, and doctors informed you the pain may be better, the same or even worse. Ask the doctor(s) all possible questions and of all possible risks relating to that kind of surgery.
My doctor also RUINED my life and based on what he informed me before the surgery after I asked questions was, “a vasectomy doesn’t cause any possible sexual differences no matter how often a man functions”, since I explained to him that I over do it when watching dvds or 69 with a woman and was worried that the cut may not allow me to bring it to that fullest extent anymore as before and the nightmare actually came true even worse than I imagined.
I believe there are laws that doctors must inform the patient seeking a surgery OF ALL POSSIBLE RISKS but doctors tend to fail and not report to patients what a huge number of men have reported through the many years and decades of pain and/or sexual differences, and this is where men all over the world who were not warned of all the risks can file major complaints against doctors and hospitals by contacting the College of Physicians and Surgeons or other online complaint departments, lawyers, etc, and men may also be able to sue.
For those men who want to take a risk of a vasectomy that may ruin their life, AT LEAST doctors must inform each patient ALL the possible risks of pain and sexual differences that men have reported and this must be incorporated into the law(if not already), because MEN’S SEX LIVES MATTER (MSLM), to allow men to make a choice to be cut or not to be cut. A vasectomy is a sacrifice NOT worthwhile to pay for a lifetime.