Any surgical procedure carries some risk, but vasectomy is considered to be low-risk and complications are uncommon. It is important to note that vasectomy. It is important to note that vasectomy should be considered a permanent form of birth control, and it does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases or AIDS.
The following are some of the risk issues to consider.
Like every surgical procedure there is a risk of infection. This is usually a minor problem and you can see us at the Vasectomy Plus Clinic in Femplus to be prescribed treatment if necessary.
Bleeding can developin the testicle after the surgery and sometimes this can result in a blood collection cal hematoma.
The incidence of this problem is around one in 300 and usually it does not require additional surgery but your recover will take longer. Very occasionally the hematoma is serious enough to require admission to hospital and additional surgery.