Vasectomy

If you’re finished having children, you may want to consider a vasectomy: It’s a permanent and effective method of birth control for men. Vasectomy is also a very common procedure: Worldwide, about 50 million men have had a vasectomy. In the United States alone, about 600,000 men get a vasectomy every year, with most procedures performed by vasectomy specialists.

Vasectomy is widely considered by doctors to be the safest and most convenient form of surgical sterilization. It has continued to grow in popularity throughout the world since its introduction in the 19th century. Among married couples in the United States, only female sterilization and oral contraception are relied upon more often for family planning.

What is a Vasectomy?

A vasectomy is a medical procedure in which the two tubes (called vas deferens) that carry sperm from the testicles to the urinary tract are tied and sealed. This prevents sperm from passing into the seminal stream and fertilizing a woman’s egg. Vasectomy is considered a permanent form of birth control, although it’s surgically reversible in most cases.

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