Vasectomy is a simple, safe procedure that makes a man sterile (unable to father a child). It is the most effective birth control method for men.
Your Reproductive System
- For pregnancy to occur, a man’s sperm (male reproductive cells) must join with a women’s egg. To understand how a vasectomy work, we need to understand how sperm produced, stored and released by body.
- The urethra is the tube in the center of the penis. It transports both urine and semen. when you have an orgasm, semen is ejaculated out of urethra.
- The seminal vesicles and the prostate gland secrete fluids called semen. This sticky, white fluid help nourish sperm and carry them along.
- The epididymis is a coiled tube that holds the sperm while they mature.
- The scrotum is pouch of skin that contains the testes.
- The testes are glands that produce sperm and male hormones.
- The vas deferens are tubes that carry the sperm from epididymis to the penis.
- Sperm (shown magnified) carry genetic material.
Options for getting pregnant after vasectomy
- Complex reversal surgical technique which once again allows the passage of sperm.
It requires waiting from 9 to 12 months to confirm recovery and to begin the quest to get pregnant.
- Approximately 80% of cases succeed in reopening the sperm pathway.
- It is necessary to ensure that the woman does not have difficulties getting pregnant naturally and thus it will not be necessary to turn to assisted reproduction techniques.
Testicular Biopsy and In Vitro Fertilisation
Simple surgical procedure to recover sperm directly from the tests.
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