Definitely not. Think about the physiology of what you're doing. You're cutting off a route that fluid and cells are suppose to go. Where do they go when that route is cut off? They are reabsorbed constantly by the body. More work and more labor for something to try to somehow bypass a function you cut off. (People think the increase in sex drive is the body's natural way of responding to 'No sperm is escaping!' via 'Make more opportunities for it to escape!') Especially being young, and in prime sex-drive times, thats a looott of semen being reabsorbed. They're suspecting links to other issues for men with vasectomies too.
Your body isn't stupid. It does its thing. It tries its best. But every medical procedure, every medicine, all has pros and cons to weigh in on. Even 'gentle' things have pros and cons. A vasectomy is a big deal. Even if you don't want children. Seriously, unless you have a crazy stalker woman trying to drug you and get your little swimmers somehow (and I'd say the police is more likely to help than a vasectomy) let your body be what it is. A condom on you at all times helps others around you (Yeah, I got you covered pal) and yourself (if ever you change your mind about sex).
Until something is indicated for quality of life (like the situations indicated above) or medical indications (there are very very few for a vasectomy besides QOL), don't waste your time and money on it. It IS a good procedure, and a relatively safe one, but even safe procedures have consequences and you must balance pros and cons. I just can't see any pros for you besides, "I don't need to carry a condom."
If you want something to avoid future issues because you're paranoid, get an appendectomy. Those are relatively safe and can prevent issues in the future of oh-you-never-know.
A condom is easier to get and free.