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    Default Sex Drive after Vasectomy

    My hubby is having the snip next week - just wanting to know for those that their husband has had this procedure did their sex drive decrease etc? I'm nervous as I don't want anything to change if yo know what I mean

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    my hubby had the snip 30 years ago, and nothing changed in the bedroom. the desire will not be there for a couple of days, while he recovers, but after that, no problems. marie.

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    Me too! DH refuses the snip as he worries it will in his words, effect his mojo! Haha

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    DF had one last year and nothing has changed at all! Why would it?
    My drive has increased because I don't have to worry about falling pregnant!

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    No change here if anything there's no worry of getting preg so even better!

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    Absolutely no effect here, DH still has the same drive as always, in fact he barely wanted to wait the recommended post op time and by all accounts it really shouldn't affect their mojo as they still have the 'equipment' etc in one piece, the vas defrens are clamped which makes no difference to the mechanics except that the sperm is blank, and I think if the libido has waned, it would more than likely be for a physiological reason as opposed to a physical reason.

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    Same as PPs, absolutely no effect here. I must admit, I kinda hoped it might slow him down a bit, but no.

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    DH had his done 3 years ago and there has been zero change to anything except now there's no risk of pregnancy!


 

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