Vasectomy

Definition of Vasectomy:

A surgical procedure used for permanent contraception (sterilization) in men.  Both vas deferens (the ducts that carry sperm from the testes to the penis) are severed, possibly removed, and tied/sealed to prevent sperm from entering the ejaculate.

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Consequences of Vasectomy

...the condition
“Although the final verdict of the medical safety of vasectomy is not yet in, suspicions are rising that the long-term effects on the immunological system will reveal that a vasectomy can cause many other serious health problems...”

Male Infertility (Low Sperm Count)

...the condition
“...It may be done while investigating a couple's infertility problem or after a vasectomy to verify that the procedure was successful...”
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