After a vasectomy, the colour of semen typically remains unchanged. Your semen will continue to have the same appearance as it did before the procedure. Typically, semen has a consistency similar to thin mucus and is usually clear, grey, or white with an opalescent quality.
It’s important to note that the volume of semen ejaculated doesn’t typically change significantly after a vasectomy. This is because sperm only constitutes a small portion of the overall volume of semen. Therefore, you are unlikely to notice a noticeable difference in the amount of semen ejaculated after the procedure.
If you have any concerns or notice any significant changes in the colour or appearance of your semen following a vasectomy, it is advisable to consult with your healthcare provider for a proper evaluation and guidance.