Is it normal for a man to lose his ability to orgasm completely or to lose the intensity of his orgasm after having a vasectomy? My husband thinks it's all in my head but I use to feel very strong rythmic contractions when he would ejaculate. I no longer feel any "pulse" and afterward he seems dissatisfied. His doctor told him that his sexdrive wouldn't change and that his ability to ejaculate would remain intact to a degree that i wouldn't notice any difference. This is a very delicate issue with my husband since I didn't agree with the proceedure to begin with. Now I'm worried about his health and the long term affects this may have on our 15yr marriage. He hasn't been the same since he got cut 8months ago.
I had my vasectomy three weeks ago and my orgasm is definitely less intense. Overall I reckon its about 30-40% as intense and I'm gutted. I'm praying its a short term thing as sex for me is nothing like it used to be.
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