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Vasectomy

Vasectomy

The vasectomy procedure has been a part of family planning for more than 100 years. In this modern world we live in we have been given the opportunity to make life changing decisions an option and not an obligation. Through the advancement of scientific techniques, men have been given the opportunity to take birth control into their own hands with reversible possibilities. Vasectomies have been perfected throughout the years and could be the right option for you. This brief, surgical procedure is used for male sterilization by preventing the transport of sperm to enter the ejaculate stream. The ducts that transport sperm from the epididymis are located on the back of each testicle. This coiled tube is altered, tied, and sealed. This male sterilization procedure is thought to be one of the most competent forms of birth control. Around half a million men residing in the United States get this procedure done every year. Studies have shown that Vasectomies are 99% efficient at preventing pregnancies, thus giving you the peace of mind, you were looking for. Sperm can live in your vas deferens for months after the procedure, so if you’re not sure the tubes are clear, you’re susceptible to a surprise pregnancy. You should use another form of birth control for three months following the procedure, then check your sperm count. Don’t worry, it doesn’t require another dreaded visit to the doctor’s office. You can check your sperm count at home with SpermCheck Vasectomy, a simple, over-the-counter test kit. A Vasectomy can take roughly up to 30 minutes and recovery generally lasts a few days. A vasectomy reversal can be achieved if the man changes his mind and wants the option to father children to be available. Although a vasectomy is not permanent, the reversal is complicated and costly. Benefits: • 99% success Rate • Safer that female tube ligation • One-time procedure. Cheaper than other contraceptive methods • Does not affect male hormone levels