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  Dr_Pepper_fml  |  3

"Dat lyin ass mufuka ain't buy no Pampuhs, ain't pay no child support, un he cheeted wif fi diffrent wumen and yet he's gon call me a cheatin ass hoe? Ain't mo mufukin way."

Maury: "When it comes to 3-month-old Shaqueeta., you are NOT the father."

*screaming, jumping, threats ensue*

  aliaskis  |  3

Maybe there was a spontaneous reconnection of a vas deferens. That is extremely rare though. A vasectomy works 99.85% of the time, hence why it is a permanent form of birth control. If you are checked out by a doctor and found to have your tubes in order, there are definitely things to talk about with your wife.

  ColetteL  |  4

This happened to someone I know. The husband was so pissed. She swore she hadn't cheated. He went to the doctor and had a sperm count done. Sure enough, he had swimmers! LOL. Was hard for her to get over him not believing her from the beginning but I think any guy would react the same way in that situation.

  berg54  |  0

Yeah um it's not 99.85% effective.... maybe 70-80%. I know at least 3 guys who have done it and they had to go back and get the snip a second time. The tube can heal fairly easily. So get paternity testing first than deal with what drama will ensue.

  DocBastard  |  38

Berg- Your own personal case series has an insufficient N and therefore not enough power to draw your conclusion.

The failure rate is, as quoted above, around 1 in 2000. If you have concrete evidence to the contrary, show it. Otherwise, don't go making up statistics.

  BritishHobo  |  0

I don't get why the wife would be upset that the husband didn't believe her. It seems like the obvious conclusion to jump to, if you've had a vasectomy. It's not like he thought there was a high chance of the baby being his, but just didn't trust her. As far as he knew, there was absolutely no chance that baby was his, so it's not really a lack of trust, just removing the imposible and being left with the improbable.

Until you read the statistics.


Hmmm, though vasectomy isn't 100%, it *has* been 2 years since you got it, and they always have procedures after the surgery to check if it was successful... so, highly suspicious.
I hope that there's just been some change in your body or smth. and not that she's a cheatin' lying witch.

  Btdtgts  |  22

vasectomies are not 100%


Actually 17, about one in every 100 vasectomies does not prevent pregnancy within 5 years of having the vasectomy. Therefore it is most likely (if his wife is loyal as i would believe) that it was simply a medical thing not cheating. Not to mention the fact that statistically condoms are less likely to cause pregnancy than vasectomies and if she was cheating she was probably using them.
Good luck op! :)

By  Zmeilerr  |  22

I believe this translates into "she cheated on you". However, if it's been long enough since you had the surgery, some research shows that the veins in your penis actually grow back together. So, if you've had sex with her, it could be quite possible that you're the father. There's not enough information.

  phatdaddy62  |  23

Veins in your penis? Dude! A Vasectomy has nothing to do with veins. It's the Vas Deferens. Hence, vasectomy.

if they cut veins in your penis, I suppose that could cause erectile dysfunction issues.