I had mine done yesterday !
Op was pretty quick - 10-15 minutes, then a short consultation, pay the rest of the bill (£402ish at Marie Stopes), fill in a questionnaire, and have some custard creams and tea whilst they check you are OK. I had no after effects so they let me go shortly afterwards.
Spent most of the op talking x-factor with the nurse (not that have watched this year) whilst the doctor gave me two doses of local anesthetic (one per side, just before working on each tube), checked that I could hardly feel anything, and then filled the room with the smell of burning flesh.
He only made one small incision and must have been able to get to both tubes through it. No stitches were done. Today I have some black bruising on one side only and some inflammation in the center by the cut.
I asked the doctor realistically how long should I wait to get back on the bike and he said 2 weeks plus.
The advice I had was to wear tight fitting pants, and I took another pair along with me to wear home and for the rest of the initial 48 hour recovery period (although not necessarily the same two pairs), during which I have some gauze padding in there. Then for the next two days I have some other small dressings, so I assume that it will be healed by then (no showers/baths allowed for 48 hours).
First test for clearedness is not until the end of March!
Then came out of the surgery to see a RTC with a 50+ cyclist sitting on the kerb and a mini parked a few meters away...