Just another heads up for anybody considering a vasectomy. It doesn’t matter if you’re having a scalpel or non-scalpel, single or bilateral incision procedure. Wounds left open are more likely to heal badly. Some doctors may allege non-scalpel procedures need no stitches and therefore are safer. Untrue. Same for those making stitches anyway. If they’re not done correctly or open along the way, it may lead to a painful scarring process with bad results. Aesthetically-wise, it’s shit. It took me years to finally understand that my adhesion problem (outer skin of the scrotum glued to groin muscle) was caused by a stitch that popped slightly open. God knows how many dudes may have pain because of a bad scarring process, adhesion causing those pulling-tugging feelings and many more problems that can’t even be considered malpractice because it’s one of the many ‘unlikely’ outcomes of a vasectomy.
Anyway, wound dehiscence. I wish I had single aspect of this procedure explained to me four years ago before I went on with something that changed my life for worse.