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    Post vas issues...
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    jjjohnson1 posted:
    I had a vas in 1996, since then I have "blood blisters" on the left side of by scrotum, they do not hurt but occasionally one will be painful and ruptures, usually in the shower. I am still able to have a normal sexual life but it is unsightly to myself. What, why, and how do I get rid of them?
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    counterso responded:
    I assume you mean vasectomy. The general public is not going to understand your shorthand.

    If you are having issues related to your surgery, you need to contact the surgeon and discuss your symptoms. This is not a common situation or something that should be self-treated.

    Call your urologist's office today.


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