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    The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Hi there. Ive searched to forum and didnt find what i was looking for.

    The 3 tenets of MGTOW
    Do not mary,
    Do not cohabitate
    DO NOT EMPREGNATE.

    About that third tenet, ive been thinking getting a vasectomy. You know. To avoid accidents as im not full monk. From time to time i wont say no to free pussy if offered in a semingly secure way. Im not saying no to condom, still gotta be careful with STDs, but couple years ago a women tried to babytrap me with a rigged condom(I know! Should have brought mine, usually when i go on date i bring mine, its not an habit to have one at all time and you never know i know). Anyway as soon as she hand me her condom to which she said it was one of mine that a forgot it raised a flag since it wasnt the brand i usually buy, inspect the condom, found an hole, lets just say her work was amateur at best. That was to many flags for me and i just left there and then whitout saying a word and blocked her number.

    I know i wanted kids before my 30s but now im passed my mid 30s and totally gave up the idea since my big 3 0. Ive been questionning myself what can i do if i still want the very occasional fun without empregnate. Dont want te be trapped by a less amateur one. One easy thing would be to completly go monk but then you risk a scene for not giving her a shot.

    The other option would be a vasectomy. Has some of you done it? How is it? Testotesrone level? Do you regret it? Would you recommand it?

    Ive asked around for advice and i know only one person who's had it and its my father. Dont want to ask him since him and my mom are still together and tell each other everything. My mom still hope i'll bring her grand kids. Ive asked friends closest friends their thouths about it to which they replyed "you dont know when you'll find the one" since they are not completly RP. I reply them the same thing i told you about giving on having kids since 30 and that i stopped believing in santa claus(refering to the one) long time ago.

    Anything to do with MGTOW about the vasectomy rush in the states?

    Thank you gents.
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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Analytically, if you're still risking "pregnancy" in a world where you don't want to experience fatherhood and the hardships that encompass it, then sure take the percussion caps out of your bullets and fire blanks! However you still run the risk of fatherhood assignment by a court of lawlessness and the laws therein.

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    I have considered it.

    But have you read the reddit thread where men share their "Vasectomy Horror Stories"?

    Its so bad, that reddit thread alone is enough to convince me the risks are too high.

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Vasectomies were potential horror stories in the past. We have come a long way since. Today it's practically a non event. You get a local and it's done within 30 min. Then you can go home. Might be a bit sore for a few days but I hardly felt any difference.
    Nothing changes, hormones are not affected, your sex drive stays the same, your seminal fluid is the same with the same quantity. I wholeheartedly recommend it. It changes the whole game. I don't regret it even for a nano second. And it's reversible if you decide to become retarded again at a later time

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Don't need a vasectomy if you got a doll/robot pussy

    Modern problems require modern solutions

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Had mine done years ago. No regrets. Get tested regularly, if you are having unprotected sex, more than once nature has found a way.

    I had the option of "Never" or "Maybe a reversal". I chose never... I took a week off, glad I did. It will be front and centre in your thoughts, leave it at that... just in your thoughts. Don't rush seeing if everything still works.

    -It's a great feeling to be in control...
    -Does not stop rape allegations.
    -Does not stop STD's

    Side note: I knew things were not right in my marriage, that was why I was getting it done. When the wife would not get off the pill I learn how "Not Right" things really were...

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris007 View Post
    Vasectomies were potential horror stories in the past. We have come a long way since. Today it's practically a non event. You get a local and it's done within 30 min. Then you can go home. Might be a bit sore for a few days but I hardly felt any difference.
    Nothing changes, hormones are not affected, your sex drive stays the same, your seminal fluid is the same with the same quantity. I wholeheartedly recommend it. It changes the whole game. I don't regret it even for a nano second. And it's reversible if you decide to become retarded again at a later time
    For me, I did notice a decline in the quality of orgasm. The procedure was relatively painless, and recovery was a breeze. I don't know about amount of semen/load size as I really don't care about that, but I noticed orgasms became ~50% the pleasure they were before the procedure. I was late 30's early 40's when I got mine.

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Best money I've ever spent

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Quote Originally Posted by BMod View Post
    But have you read the reddit thread where men share their "Vasectomy Horror Stories"?
    I've also read the stories and seen the images. No, thank you, not for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris007 View Post
    Nothing changes, hormones are not affected, ...
    That differs from person to person. You might be one of the lucky ones and even have higher testosterone levels now. Others might not be that lucky.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2_Time_Loser View Post
    For me, I did notice a decline in the quality of orgasm.
    https://www.menshormonalhealth.com/vasectomy-testosterone.html

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    That differs from person to person. You might be one of the lucky ones and even have higher testosterone levels now. Others might not be that lucky.
    It's minor surgery and it has nothing to do with your hormone levels. If you had low T before, you'll have low T afterwards too. It's not about luck.
    Your seminal fluids are a cocktail of different things. The sperm is just one component. All a vasectomy does is sever the channel that delivers the sperm. Your ejaculation stays the same but the sperm doesn't arrive and instead gets absorbed by your body. The claim that it affects your hormone balance is simply not true.
    People can think that their sex drive goes down, or that things are otherwise different, but it's all in their mind. It's not a physical reality.

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Quote Originally Posted by KanedaPills666 View Post
    Hi there. Ive searched to forum and didnt find what i was looking for.

    The 3 tenets of MGTOW
    Do not mary,
    Do not cohabitate
    DO NOT EMPREGNATE.

    About that third tenet, ive been thinking getting a vasectomy. You know. To avoid accidents as im not full monk. From time to time i wont say no to free pussy if offered in a semingly secure way. Im not saying no to condom, still gotta be careful with STDs, but couple years ago a women tried to babytrap me with a rigged condom(I know! Should have brought mine, usually when i go on date i bring mine, its not an habit to have one at all time and you never know i know). Anyway as soon as she hand me her condom to which she said it was one of mine that a forgot it raised a flag since it wasnt the brand i usually buy, inspect the condom, found an hole, lets just say her work was amateur at best. That was to many flags for me and i just left there and then whitout saying a word and blocked her number.

    I know i wanted kids before my 30s but now im passed my mid 30s and totally gave up the idea since my big 3 0. Ive been questionning myself what can i do if i still want the very occasional fun without empregnate. Dont want te be trapped by a less amateur one. One easy thing would be to completly go monk but then you risk a scene for not giving her a shot.

    The other option would be a vasectomy. Has some of you done it? How is it? Testotesrone level? Do you regret it? Would you recommand it?

    Ive asked around for advice and i know only one person who's had it and its my father. Dont want to ask him since him and my mom are still together and tell each other everything. My mom still hope i'll bring her grand kids. Ive asked friends closest friends their thouths about it to which they replyed "you dont know when you'll find the one" since they are not completly RP. I reply them the same thing i told you about giving on having kids since 30 and that i stopped believing in santa claus(refering to the one) long time ago.

    Anything to do with MGTOW about the vasectomy rush in the states?

    Thank you gents.
    Talk to your doctor first, and get all the facts. Then do it if you want to. It's totally your call to make.

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris007 View Post
    It's minor surgery and it has nothing to do with your hormone levels. If you had low T before, you'll have low T afterwards too. It's not about luck.
    Your seminal fluids are a cocktail of different things. The sperm is just one component. All a vasectomy does is sever the channel that delivers the sperm. Your ejaculation stays the same but the sperm doesn't arrive and instead gets absorbed by your body. The claim that it affects your hormone balance is simply not true.
    People can think that their sex drive goes down, or that things are otherwise different, but it's all in their mind. It's not a physical reality.
    I see where you are coming from. I just really don’t like the idea of somebody performing surgery on my balls.

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Quote Originally Posted by Bam View Post
    I see where you are coming from. I just really don’t like the idea of somebody performing surgery on my balls.
    I was the same for a lot of years.... Then I realized there was a greater risk bringing up someone else's kid as my own or being trapped to support my kid that I didn't want. I had decided it wasn't worth the risk to have kids. DNA tests make it easier these days to find out if it's your kid. Shit still happens and I didn't want to be part of it. It's saved me a few times...

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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    Quote Originally Posted by RustyNuts View Post
    I was the same for a lot of years.... Then I realized there was a greater risk bringing up someone else's kid as my own or being trapped to support my kid that I didn't want. I had decided it wasn't worth the risk to have kids. DNA tests make it easier these days to find out if it's your kid. Shit still happens and I didn't want to be part of it. It's saved me a few times...
    Just fuck her in the ass.

    This is a little pro-tip and the guys who know, know what I am talking about:
    When she has a burning desire to fuck you, she’ll be more than happy to take it in the ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2_Time_Loser View Post
    For me, I did notice a decline in the quality of orgasm. The procedure was relatively painless, and recovery was a breeze. I don't know about amount of semen/load size as I really don't care about that, but I noticed orgasms became ~50% the pleasure they were before the procedure. I was late 30's early 40's when I got mine.
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    Re: The elephant in the room, vasectomy

    I got clipped after my son was born, and he's now 45. My wife had a difficult pregnancy being a diabetic, and Dr recommended NOT getting pregnant again. In a way I didn't get my money's worth as my sex life ended about that time. The recovery went well; no problems afterward.


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