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I recently had a bilateral vasectomy. I was put under for the procedure. Since the procedure I have experienced a numb sensation in my right leg from the thigh to my calf. It feels as if part of my leg is asleep, and will not wake up no matter what position I am in. I am not on any medication, and have had no other side effects from the procedure. What could be causing this numb feeling in my leg?

There are a number of factors that could be contributing to the numbness on your leg. It is rare for anesthesia to cause the isolated unilateral numbness you are describing. Your symptoms appear to be more consistent with nerve damage either from the your positioning on the operating table, the vasectomy itself, or some other procedure. You should be evaluated by your urologist and/or primary care physician to determine the cause your symptoms.