How Does Vasectomy Work
How Does Vasectomy Work?
Vasectomy really is a very simple procedure. There is only reason to have a vasectomy: to permanently prevent you from fathering a pregnancy.
Vasectomy prevents you from causing pregnancy by creating permanent blockage of the vas deferens tubes. Most patients have two vas deferens: one on the right and one on the left. The vas deferens are the tubes that allow sperm to travel up from the testicles to storage areas located behind the prostate gland.
A vasectomy procedure divides each vas deferens and permanently prevents sperm from going to their internal storage sites.
After you heal from your vasectomy, your body continues to produce sperm but the sperm are unable to pass the blockage at the vasectomy sites.
Your body continues to produce sperm but the sperm is just resorbed!
Your body continues to release fluid at the time of ejaculation. This fluid comes from the prostate and seminal vesicles located above the vasectomy sites. After vasectomy, the fluid released during ejaculation does not contain sperm. No sperm means no conception. No conception means no pregnancy!
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No scalpel vasectomy an extremely safe office, based procedure. Vasectomy can easily be performed in a doctor’s office under local anesthesia.
The risks of vasectomy are low and it is rare to have a serious complication from a vasectomy procedure.
Don’t make it complicated!
Vasectomy does one thing and one thing only! The purpose of vasectomy is to permanently prevent unplanned pregnancy. Nothing else and nothing more.
If you don’t want to father any more children genetically similar to you….or you don’t want to father any children genetically similar to you….then having a vasectomy is a wonderful idea.
The main benefit of having a vasectomy is having the personally satisfaction you have undergone the safest and most effective procedure to prevent unplanned pregnancy.
You can also take comfort in the fact that by having a vasectomy you can prevent your partner from having a more risky tubal ligation procedure. Tubal ligations are more likely to fail. Tubal ligation failures either result in a baby, miscarriage or life threatening fallopian tube pregnancy.
You do not have to rely on your partner to use birth control. A vasectomy allows you to take comfort in the fact you are taking control of your fertility.
- No needle used for anesthesia
- No scalpel used for skin opening
- Single spread skin opening in the middle
- No sutures required
- Open end technique
- Long acting local anesthetic