There is a misconception that vasectomy reduces sexual desire and function. Vasectomy is not castration. Men should not confuse sterility with impotence. Impotence is inability to achieve an erection or have an orgasm whereas sterility means inability to make a woman pregnant. The body still produces semen, and erections and ejaculations occur normally but there is no sperm in semen.Only about 3% of the ejaculate is made up of sperm.
General observation and studies show that vasectomy can actually improve a man’s sexual life. This is because they do not have to worry about unwanted pregnancies and can enjoy sex more often.
Vasectomy does not reduce sexual desire or function. In fact, vasectomy increases sexual desire and improves man’s sexual life.