Posted by SHAY
on November 24, 2000 at 10:53:38:
In Reply to: Re: CONCERNED ABOUT VASECTOMY PROLBEMS. posted by jd on November 21, 2000 at 23:57:22:
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ADVISE AND YOUR SO TRUE COMMENT. I WILL MAKE SURE THAT I WILL TELL HIM ABOUT IT, BETTER YET SHOW HIM. THE ONLY THING THAT I WOULD LIKE TO COMMENT ON IS THAT IT HAS BEEN ONE YEAR AND A HALF THAT HE HAD HIS VASECTOMY, BUT HE HAD THESE PAINS SHORTS AFTER AND STILL IS CONTINUING. COULD IT BE SOMETHING STILL WRONG WITH HIS VASECTOMY OR I'M I MAKING EXCUSES FOR HIM. : : MY FRIEND HAD A VASECTOMY ABOUT A YEAR AND A HALF AGO,AND HE IS HAVING PEOBLEMS. THE THING IS SOMETIMES WHEN HE EJACULATE, HE HAS A REAL SEVERE PAIN IN HIS PENIS, AND SOMETIMES IN TESTICLES. HE ALSO HAS THESE WIHTOUT AN EJACULATION. WHEN THIS HAPPENS HE HAVE BEEN NOTICING SOME KIND OF DISCHARGE(GREEN IN COLOR). CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME TO MAKE HIM REALIZE THAT IT'S IMPORTANT THAT HE SEES A DOCTOR A.S.A.P. THANKS IN ADVANCE.
: If he had a vasectomy a year and a half ago I doubt that's the problem. Sounds like an STD. If he doesn't listen to a friend what makes you think he'll listen to strangers? The pain will drive him to a doctor eventually.