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How Long is Recovery from a Vasectomy Reversal?
The decision to have children or not have them is one that should be taken seriously. But sometimes people change their minds. They may think they don’t want any kids, only to meet a special someone who does want them. It’s difficult and even impossible to reverse a tubal...Read More
Vasectomy Pros vs. Cons
With Roe v. Wade being overturned, women’s right to abortions have been affected. Men are stepping up to the plate when it comes to birth control and this has led to a huge increase in vasectomies. In fact, some doctors have seen a 400% increase in vasectomy requests. A...Read More
Reverse Vasectomy Recovery
Many men get a vasectomy because they don’t want any (more) children. While a vasectomy is meant to be permanent birth control, some men reconsider over time. They may simply decide they want kids, but many get divorced and remarried and find a partner who wants kids. Or tragically,...Read More
Scrotal Hematoma After Vasectomy
Many men choose a vasectomy for permanent birth control because of the many benefits. It’s cheaper and easier than permanent birth control for women. Plus, the recovery time is much shorter and there is less risk of serious side effects. However, like any surgical procedure, complications can still occur....Read More
Legal Age for Vasectomy
Some men want children; others don’t. Then there are those who decide they are done after having one, two, three, or more. When men decide they don’t want any more kids, they don’t have many options for birth control. Condoms are not desirable because they have to be used...Read More
What Happens to the Testicles After a Vasectomy?
When a man is done having children, or decides he doesn’t want children at all, he may desire a permanent birth control option for peace of mind. For men, a vasectomy is the most effective form of birth control. Permanent birth control is much easier for a man than...Read More
Is a Vasectomy Covered by Medicare?
Are you thinking about getting a vasectomy in Brooklyn? It is one of the most effective techniques of family planning. The treatment is non-invasive and safe. It does not endanger one’s sexual health. However, you must consider how you will pay for it. ‘Is a vasectomy covered by Medicare?’...Read More
Will Getting a Vasectomy Help With Premature Ejaculation?
Vasectomy surgery is done on the vas deferens, which are the tubes that introduce sperm into your sperm. As a result, it’s understandable if you’re curious about how the process impacts your ejaculation. Is a vasectomy going to help with premature ejaculation? With the rising popularity of vasectomy treatments...Read More
How Quickly Does A Vasectomy Work
There are numerous birth control methods for women but much fewer for men. There are essentially two methods of birth control for men. Condoms are the most common male birth control method. The other way is a vasectomy. A vasectomy is a surgical procedure that involves cutting the vas...Read More
Ejaculation After Vasectomy – What Should You Expect?
Did you recently have a vasectomy? You probably have questions about ejaculation and how it could be different. What happens during ejaculation after vasectomy? The simple answer is nothing is different. A vasectomy cannot influence the appearance or volume of your ejaculate fluid. The only difference is that your...Read More