What is Vasectomy?


During the Surgery, the male vasa deferentia are cut and tied or sealed in such a way as to prevent sperm from entering the urethra and thus prevent fertilization of a woman during sexual intercourse. Vasectomy is a surgical Surgery for male sterilization or permanent contraception.
 

Vasectomy treatment cost?

The average cost of Vasectomy treatment is 20,000/- to 35,000/- (Pay in Monthly or Credit Card) according to 2020 statistics from the India Society of Plastic Surgeons. The average fee referenced above is only part of the total cost – it does not include anesthesia, operating room facilities or other related expenses.

How is a vasectomy performed?


A vasectomy should be done at your doctor’s office or at a medical facility. Make an appointment with your doctor to find out if a vasectomy is the right method of birth control for you.

In one method, the doctor makes two incisions to access the vas deferens on either side of the scrotum. Another method is for the doctor to make a small hole to access the two tubes. Then they cut and seal the tubes. Then the doctor will place stitches when you need them.

Doctors usually perform a vasectomy under local anesthesia. After the Surgery, you should avoid sex and vigorous activities for about a week.

 

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How Effective is Vasectomy?


Vasectomy prevents pregnancy almost 100% of the time. It is the most effective method of contraception for men. However, vasectomy is not immediately effective. Existing sperm need to be flushed out of your system before you can have safe, unprotected sex. It can taken up to three months.

Your doctor will perform a semen analysis so that you know when it is safe to have sex. For this test, you will masturbate to provide a semen sample. They will examine it for the presence of sperm.

 

 

Before and After of Vasectomies

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How long does Vasectomies Take?

The Vasectomies Treatment operation can taken about 1 to 8 hours, depending on the complexity of the operation. Recovery lasts up to 4 weeks after 1 to 3 days at the Hospital after surgery.

 

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What are the benefits of a vasectomy?

A vasectomy is an effective and permanent way to prevent pregnancy. It is best for men who are sure they do not want children. A vasectomy has no permanent impact on sexual activity or performance.

Vasectomies are easier and cheaper than sterilizing women. Couples who have decided not to have future children should discuss their options with a doctor.
 
 


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Vasectomy Reversal – Things You Should Know?


Vasectomy reversal is conducted with an aim to restore fertility in the life of couples that want to explore the joys of parenthood. Vasectomy is considered the most reliable and safe contraceptive method that prevents more pregnancies every year than any other method of birth control. However, with changing times, attitudes, priorities, and financial and emotional circumstances also undergo transformation. One may later in life, feel the need to get a vasectomy reversal. A reversal scores higher than all other available options because it’s more natural, less expensive and potentially more effective!

It is critical to garner all information regarding vasectomy reversal before deciding to taken the plunge! The following are a few pointers to quickly walk you through all that you need to know about vasectomy reversal.

 

What exactly is vasectomy reversal?


Reverting of Vasectomy is a microsurgical Surgery that can backtrack vasectomy. It involves the single or multiple suturing of the two severed ends of vas deferens, the tubes that carry sperm from the epididymis to the prostate. This allows for the renewed flow of sperm through the vas deferens in the male reproductive tract. This sperm goes on to become part of the semen ejaculated at orgasm and thus brings about the ability to father children. This medical Surgery is known as a “vasovasostomy”. If there is a blockage due to the increased pressure in the epididymis, it must be bypassed in an alternate form of surgical Surgery known as a “vasoepididymostomy”. 
 

Vasectomy Reversal Facts – Your Vasectomy Reversal Procedure


The vasectomy reversal Surgery is a comparatively minor surgical process in which the anatomical structures responsible for transferral of sperm from the testicles to the prostate gland, the Vas Deferens, are reconnected after being split at the time of the vasectomy surgical Surgery. The Vasectomy acquires its name from “Vas” = Vas Deferens and “ectomy” = removal by surgical Surgery.

During a vasectomy, the tube-shaped Vas Deferens are cut and tied by the operating surgeon with either a clamp or surgical sutures. At the time of the vasectomy reversal operation, the 2 endings of the Vas Deferens are unfastened and re-connected creating the chance for continuous sperm flow rate from the testicles, to the epididymis (where the spermatozoon is housed) to the prostate gland (via the Vas Deferens) where it is eventually discharged at the time of ejaculation.

There are in reality 2 kinds of Vasectomy reversal operations that can be carried out during the vasectomy reversal surgical Surgery.

The operation normally performed and most favoured is the Vasovasostomy. Here the cut ends of the Vas Deferens are merely re-connected.

From time to time, it’s not always possible to perform this specific vasectomy reversal operation, and re-connect the Vas Deferens directly to the epididymis.

When it is not possible another vasectomy reversal Surgery is called for. This specific operation is known as a vasoepididymostomy and is carried out when there’s some impediment in the epididymis (usually due to inflammation and scaring) that would preclude sperm flow rate even with the re-connecting of the Vas Deferens.

The way your initial vasectomy was carried out frequently influences what type of vasectomy reversal Surgery you’ll require.

If the former surgical Surgery left behind a longer Vas Deferens end, in other words, the original cut was made further along the tubing instead of nearer to the epididymis, the greater the probability is of being capable of using the more successful vasovasostomy Surgery.

If this was not the case and the cutting was performed nearer to the epididymis, leaving a short Vas Deferens attached, there’s a much more likely probability of scar tissue and blockage in the epididymis making it essential to perform the more complex and less successful vasoepididymostomy.

What sort of vasectomy reversion operation is called for is not often known until the surgical process has commenced. Even so there are a few revealing indicators that might suggest an increased likeliness of requiring the vasoepididymostomy as your vasectomy reversal Surgery.

These revealing indicators will be discovered by your physician upon physical examination of your scrotum during your pre surgery exam. What your physician is looking for is a puffy or hardened epididymis that can expose some kind of obstruction in the epididymis. In this instance the vasovasostomy wouldn’t be effective, due to the blockage not existing in the Vas Deferens.

A full scrotal exam can also divulge the length of the left over Vas Deferens. The shorter the left over Vas Deferens section is, the greater the probability of needing a vasoepididymostomy.
 
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