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Understanding Men's Fertility | Vasectomies

Urologists explain what men can expect from a procedure no one should choose hastily.


So why isn't the procedure for men brought up more often in the fight for reproductive rights?

Yes, men get the procedure, but it's meant to be permanent, so partners should learn the facts.

Vasectomy methods vary, but they all involve vas deferens modifications to keep sperm confined.

Yes, 'the snip' involves a sexual organ, but that doesn't mean it will impact sexual function.

Even though the contraceptive procedure is quick and fairly easy, there's a lot more to know.

Here's what you should know if you're thinking of reversing 'the snip': It doesn't always work.

Check out the pros and cons of each procedure, because only you can choose what's right for you.

Even after 'the snip,' you can still enjoy a robust sex life, without the fear of pregnancy.

There may be reasons for the rumors, but no actual proof that vasectomies contribute to ED.

You had a vasectomy, but now you want to conceive. What are your options?

Getting snipped sounds scary, but this minimally invasive procedure is effective and safe.

Couples should know the pros and cons before deciding on a vasectomy or tubal ligation.

There’s much to consider before getting a vasectomy. Here are the things you need to know.

The surgery was fine, but what happens next? Please don’t say you’re having second thoughts.