So glad these forums exist. Really nice layout. I have had off and on pains since my Original Vasectomy around 3 years ago. I don’t think the Dr did a bad job, I just had constant congestive pain from the procedure. Always had a constant full feeling in my balls and constant rectal pressure. I decided the pain was never going to really go away so I contacted Dr. Werthman in LA. He understood my pain issues and I went through with the Reversal about a Month and a half ago. The initial recovery period over the first week looked promising, very little pain except for swelling. However when the swelling went down is when I suspected something was wrong. My left side seemed to heal with no pain, but the right there seems to be a granuloma that formed. I can feel it from the side of my sack. Also around the area where i assume the vas was attached together it feels tender. What really scares me is when I walk my sack tightens up and starts to give me pain if I walk for more than a couple of blocks. I’m use to being physically active and this really sucks. How long does it take the vas to heal, and I was wondering if anyone else had similar symptoms and how long it took for them to resolve. I know I’m fairly early on in the healing process, but since one side has healed and is fine, I’m really suspecting something is wrong with the right. Luckily sitting and being still/sleeping I have no pain most of the time, just when i start moving around and my sack starts to tighten up. It also seems that on the right side the testical is riding higher up and when the sack gets tight it kinda bulges to the side. When I’m relaxed and they are hanging in the shower there doesn’t seem to be any pain, so I don’t think the pain is coming from the vas being pulled. Thanks for anyone who can give me insight into this, and Merry Christmas to all!