QUESTIONNAIRE-BASED OUTCOMES STUDY OF NONONCOLOGICAL POST-VASECTOMY COMPLICATIONS

QUESTIONNAIRE-BASED OUTCOMES STUDY OF NONONCOLOGICAL POST-VASECTOMY COMPLICATIONS

Choe, J. M., & Kirkemo, A. K. (1996). QUESTIONNAIRE-BASED OUTCOMES STUDY OF NONONCOLOGICAL POST-VASECTOMY COMPLICATIONS. The Journal of Urology, 155, 1284–1286.

Results: A total of 182 patients (42.3%) responded. Mean followup was 4.8 years. The most common complication was post-vasectomy scrotal pain in 34 men (18.7%), which adversely affected quality of life in 4 (2.2%).In retrospect, 71.4% of the men were satisfied with the decision for vasectomy, 19.3% had equivocal feelings and 9.3% were dissatisfied.

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