Vasectomy is a form of male birth control where the tubes that carry the sperm is cut and sealed. It lowers the supply of sperm to the semen and has a low risk of problems occurring. It is usually performed in a patient assisted by the use of anaesthesia.
Vasectomy is considered to be a lifetime birth control commitment. For this reason, before undergoing surgery, not fathering a child in the future is an extremely vital decision to make.
Why is it Done
Vasectomy is done as it is highly effective for men who want to ultimately end the chance of having a child in the future.
- Vasectomy is useful to prevent pregnancy.
- It has a low risk of complications or side effects.
- Vasectomy costs less than the cost of female sterilization or the long-term value of birth control.
It will cancel the use of taking birth control methods (such as the use of a condom) before the intercourse.