Even if it seems like the time has obviously come, the procedure needs to be talked about.
After making the big decision about the little snip, the procedure went swimmingly.
After making the big decision about the little snip, the procedure went swimmingly.
Where you live, who performs it, your insurance plan and even time of year affect the price tag.
Don't let these false assumptions affect your option to undergo a relatively simple procedure.
'The snip' is safe and highly effective, but like other procedures, it comes with minor risks.
Urologists explain what men can expect from a procedure no one should choose hastily.
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.
Your seminal fluid, thanks to certain antibodies, doesn't always recognize friendly forces.
This minimally invasive procedure can be used both diagnostically and therapeutically.
Yes, 'the snip' involves a sexual organ, but that doesn't mean it will impact sexual function.
The reality star went through four rounds of IVF before getting pregnant.
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.
Learn the differences between the two forms of this testicle condition and what you can do.
Check out the pros and cons of each procedure, because only you can choose what's right for you.
Various health issues can cause blockages for your sperm—and fertility.
Even after 'the snip,' you can still enjoy a robust sex life, without the fear of pregnancy.
Sperm banks are an option to freeze sperm for future use, but get some facts straight first
Don't rush into a vasectomy decision. Take the time to balance the benefits against the risks.
As long as humans have known how babies are made, we've looked for ways to prevent having them.
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.
A journey of ancestral discovery can have some unwanted detours but a rewarding destination.
Penis health isn’t all you should focus on. Don’t forget about your testicles.
There’s much to consider before getting a vasectomy. Here are the things you need to know.
Here are some post-snip tips every guy should know.