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My wife did not want to get pregnant again and she had a good friend whose husband had a vasectomy and a couple of years later, she got pregnant and yes, it was his. He was making sperm again. So, even after I got mine, we continued to use condoms for several years or not have sex during her fertile time.
I had mine over 2 years ago and haven't looked back.
Definitely be sure to have your samples tested and continue to use contraceptives until you're cleared. It was a little awkward to bring in a semen sample to the doctor's office to the front office staff, but I kept my eyes on the prize!
I had a former co-worker who had his done while he was in the military. He didn't follow up with all the samples and 3 months after, his wife was pregnant.
Be sure to take it easy and don't overdo it. Follow your doctor's orders and don't dive right at warp speed. My doctor said no sex for 7 days after the procedure and I followed it 100%. The first time we had intercourse, things were a little sore from bouncing around, but a little bit of ibuprofen and a good ice pack helped.
Edited to add: I decided to check my own sample in addition to the doctor's test for my own peace of mind. While it's not approved for this purpose, you can order this kit to see your own sample: https://www.yospermtest.com/
I didn't notice any difference at all, but it was great to not have to mess with condoms anymore.
Otherwise, it allowed my wife to forgo HBC, and I think there was some benefit to that, but not earthshattering.