July 9, 2021 | 3:04pm
“Bachelor in Paradise” star Evan Bass announced he’s done having children “for real this time.”
The erectile dysfunction specialist — who was originally slated to get a vasectomy in March 2020 after the birth of his fifth child — shared a photo Thursday of his July 9 schedule, which included “Vasectomy for real this time” at 3 p.m.
The 38-year-old reality star joked that he has a “busy day tomorrow.”
Also on his schedule, “Ask me anything Valium edition,” “Release OnlyFans livestream of snip for only six low payments of 59.99 plus shipping and handling,” and “Evan out until 2026.”
He was also able to pencil in “Therapy” prior to the procedure.
Bass first joined Bachelor Nation in 2016 when he vied for JoJo Fletcher’s heart on “The Bachelorette.” He went on to “Bachelor in Paradise,” where he met future wife and now ex Carly Waddell. After a rocky start to their relationship in “Paradise,” the couple tied the knot in 2017. They share 3-year-old Bella and 19-month-old Charlie.
He also has three sons — Ensley, Nathan and Liam — from a previous relationship.
In December 2020, Bass and Waddell announced they had “made the difficult decision to separate.”
“We will always cherish our time together and continue to have the utmost respect for one another as we focus on what’s best for the future of our family,” they said in a statement at the time.
Prior to their split, Waddell said during a Q&A that Bass was getting a vasectomy.
“Charlie will not have any more siblings,” she said. And when someone suggested they “pull out and pray” instead of getting the procedure, Waddell replied, “The reason Evan is getting the procedure is because we did pull out and pray twice ever, and now we have two kids.”
It’s unclear why the original appointment was postponed.
Meanwhile, Waddell was hospitalized last month for an undisclosed health scare after having “bad intestinal cramps.”
“It kept hitting and kept hitting, and I couldn’t breathe anymore,” she said. “Then I got super, super hot and super, super nauseous, and I stopped being able to see, stopped being able to hear.”