Things you need to know about Vasectomy

There are many misconceptions about vasectomy as a family planning method. We are here to dispel them on Family Planning Friday discussion today #FPFriday

During a vasectomy procedure, a trained provider performs a procedure that blocks the tubes carrying sperm from the testicles. The testicles remain in place.

Here are other things you need to know about vasectomy
-Vasectomy is safe for men. It does not cause any diseases later in life

-A man is just as sexually active after vasectomy as before
-Vasectomy does not cause cancer
-It does not cause a man to grow fat or become weak, less masculine or less productive
-Vasectomy does not cause cancer
Men have the same sex drive after vasectomy as they had before.
A vasectomy does not remove the testicles and does not affect sexual function. A man’s erection is as hard, lasts as long and he ejaculates as he did before.
Vasectomies can be reversed in a procedure called a Vasovasostomy.
However, it is highly dependent on the technique used for the vasectomy.
After a successful vasectomy reversal, sperm are again present in the semen, and you may be able to get your partner pregnant.
Note that this isn’t always successful.
Knowing this, would you consider vasectomy if you are done having children?
1.yes
2.Maybe
3.No
For more family planning methods, visit http://getittogether.ng/family-planning-methods/#
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