Can you get a Vasectomy done at 24?

Im still a virgin. But I NEVER want kids. I don't want to ruin my life like that. And I would never want a kid to grow up poor. I just want to enjoy life forever and not end up paying child support and pollute the gene pool. I found out my insurance covers it.
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  • that's a bit extreme. if you so worried about poverty and not enjoying life and ending the human race with your genes, then just don't have sex till you 40 or something, but don't snip your balls man or better yet use a condom, there are worse things then getting a girl preganant and that is STD's and AID's.

    They can also close the sperm tubes from your testicles to your penis with a clamp which closes off the way for the sperm to get into the vagina, but it won't protect you from any STD's. When you one day find the perfect girl and she really wants your kid and you can't live without her, you can just let them unclamp your tubes and you'll be able to fook a baby into her.

    I've seen relationships fail, because one partner wasn't fertile, even if they loved each other very much.

  • Yes you can. Every year, reversing is less dependable. Rarely do people suffer pain, other than right after it is done. Because of your age, doctor will advise not to do it, tell you will change your mind. But it is up to you.

    For some women, it would be a deal breaker. Some would be glad. If you ever want kids, you can adopt. As you get older, she may have kids.

    You still need condoms, as you noted, because of STDs.

    It is your body, so think about it (sounds like you have) and do what you think is right...

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  • it's reversible pretty much so if and when you change your mind it's something that can likely be repaired down the line. imo it's not a good choice to use as birth control but ya know, you make choices you deal with the consequences later on and if you change your mind then it's possible you won't be able to have kids.

  • Hey, I don't ever want kids either! I bet you can get it done whenever you want...though a better idea is to just wear a condom.

    • would I still have to wear condoms anyways even if I had one done cause of the possibility of disease?

    • Yes. STI's are spread by skin to skin contact. So even if you can't get her pregnant, she can still give you an STI.

  • That is such a life changing decision. I recommend against it because imagine if one day you do want a child.

    • Do you know if you have to be a certian age or than 18

    • No, sorry I don't know. I really suggest that you don't have one though. The only person I've known whose had one is my Dad and that's because my Step Mum was advised not to have another child. That's a decision which he wouldn't regret because marriage is forever. You're 24 so am I, so I know that you're too young to really know what you will want in the future.

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  • You can get a vasectomy at 24. Some techniques are more easily reversible than others. I submit that you may change your mind at some point. I certainly did. If you ask the urologist to use a more reversible technique, you can change your mind.

  • I can tell you right now that your views on this WILL change because you yourself will change. Its better to just use condoms, pills and of those fail have an abortion then to decide for the rest of your future.

  • Are you on drugs or something?

    So if you have it done What girl will believe you have it? Would they trust you not using condoms? I do not think so

    One of the un-talked side effects in very few patients is chronic pain, vasectomy can cause even when done by qualified surgeons.

    • ...chronic pain? my dad had one done 15 years ago. And has never had any complaints.

    • Yes and there are those unlucky ones that I see them regularly when I talk to people in pain management

    • pain management? You a doctor?

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  • Quick question. Where does the semen go after you get snipped?

    • semen is still produced but what happens...it's kinda like a woman getting her tubes tied. a lot of time they will either tie the part where the sperm are mane to avoid sperm mixing into the seamen. so a guy will still be able to ejaculate but there won't be sperm. it also takes longer for a man to ejaculate because the process has been intervened! there is a very very small chance sperm could still escape but it's the second best way to make sure no "uh-ohs"happen (of course next to abstinence)

  • yes you can get it done. no one will reccomend it. even doctors will try to persuade you not too. they can preserve your sperm incase you decide you want kids but it isn't always reliable