Sperm survival period after vasectomy
Q: I recently had a vasectomy. After surgery, the sperm trapped in the body should be removed through about 15 to 20 situations (fertilization), and the period is said to be 1 to 2 months.
I know that once a sperm is created, it lasts about three days. I don’t think it will last for a month at the longest. I think 15 to 20 times came out because of the amount of dead sperm. If no more new sperm are introduced after the vasectomy, wouldn’t the already created sperm die out after a certain period of time?
How long is the remaining sperm of the sperm after the vasectomy?
A: If you haven’t released semen more than 20 times after surgery, you may get pregnant because the semen is in semen.
There are some cases where sperm remains even after more than 20 assessments per month. We don’t know the exact cause, but it can be explained that the sperm is with prostate fluid and semen cystic fluid, so it has vitality when discharging semen. The sperm remaining in the back of the surgically blocked area may escape due to several circumstances, but may sometimes survive for nearly a year 비아그라 파는곳
Two months after surgery, about 15 to 20 tests, and birth control must be performed until an amorphous person is confirmed by a semen test.
Even if the sperm is not ejected, it stays within the vasculature and the vestibule and dies over time.