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Am I at greater risk of prostate cancer after having a vasectomy?

Current clinical evidence does not establish a consistent association between vasectomy and an increased risk of prostate cancer.

Extensive research and analysis of clinical trials have been conducted to explore any potential link between the two, but no conclusive evidence has been found to support such a connection.

It is important to note that individual studies may sometimes report conflicting findings. Still, when considering the overall body of research, the consensus remains that vasectomy does not significantly elevate the risk of developing prostate cancer.

However, it is always advisable to discuss any concerns or questions regarding your health and risk factors with a qualified healthcare professional. They can provide the most up-to-date information and tailored advice based on your medical history and circumstances. Regular check-ups and appropriate screenings for prostate cancer are still recommended as part of overall healthcare maintenance.