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Most men have no problems after a vasectomy. Problems are uncommon but include the following:
You will need to have two semen tests to ensure that your tubes are clear of sperm.
You need to have 20 ejaculates by 6 weeks so you can give a first semen sample. The second semen sample will be 6 weeks after the first one or three months after surgery.
If these semen samples are clear of sperm, you will be given the ‘all clear’.
You still need to use other forms of contraception, such as condoms, until you get the ‘all clear’.
The alternatives to vasectomy include long-term contraceptive options for women.