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What is Vasectomy?
Vasectomy, also known as male sterilization, is a minor procedure done in males to prevent pregnancy. In a vasectomy, the vas deferens (tubes that carry sperm from the testis to the penis) are cut and sealed.
Pregnancy occurs when during intercourse, sperm in a male fertilizes an ovum (egg) in the female. Sperms are microscopic male reproductive cells that are made in your testes. The testes (egg-shaped glands) are present in the scrotum (sac of skin in which the testes are present) at the base of the penis. From the epididymis, the sperms are transported via the vas deferens to the ejaculatory duct, which opens into the urethra. The sperms are ejaculated in the semen during intercourse by the penis. The penis is the primary male reproductive organ whose main function is to transfer sperm into the vagina.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are no serious complications after the procedure but a few side effects are noticed, which can be alleviated by medication such as severe pain in the scrotum, Redness, swelling, and bruising at the incision site, Infection at the incision site., etc. If these complications persist or there is worsening of your symptoms, it is advisable to contact your doctor immediately.
Vasectomy is done by a urologist. They are specialized in treating any disorders affecting the male reproductive system.
In most cases, vasectomy is considered a permanent procedure. Vasectomy can be reversed but the process is cumbersome and the success of the reversal varies from person to person.
In order to make sure your vasectomy is a success, you must return to the vasectomy clinic three months after the procedure for a semen analysis, which will reveal whether there are any active sperm still present in your ejaculate. A successful vasectomy results in zero active sperm.
A vasectomy is more than 99% effective at preventing pregnancy in the woman. Long-term effects on health are rare. It does not affect the hormone levels, sex drive, or interfere with sex. It may be chosen as a simpler and safer alternative to female sterilization. It is a safe procedure with minimal side effects.
The main disadvantage of vasectomy is that it doesn’t protect the person against sexually transmitted infections.Though reversal may be possible in some circumstances, but it’s not always an option. Reversal is more complicated than the initial procedure.