More than 99 per cent of vasectomies are effective at preventing pregnancy. These are not affected by a vasectomy. Then the 2 new ends have to be very carefully sewn together in a skilful operation.
Yes, sperm continue to be made in the testes after a vasectomy. Lift your mood with some weights. Relax, and remember that pleasure, not explosive orgasms, is the goal.
Yes, semen is made in the seminal vesicles and the prostate gland. It often needs to be done under general anaesthetic.
However, it can be possible to have a vasectomy reversed in an operation called a vasovastostomy. Factors such as time passed since vasectomy and age are 2 factors that may influence the level of recovery.
The sperm, which are made in the testicles, cannot pass through the vas deferens once they have been cut and tied, so they are reabsorbed by the body. Either way, pressure to have an orgasm, or to give your partner an orgasm, will just stress everyone out and make it even harder.