Be a man - Plan your family

  • By Team TDO

Vasectomy generally leaves sexual performance unimpaired. The testicles, which manufacture semen, are not affected by the operation. A man can continue to have intercourse ejaculate, normally and enjoy orgasm as before. Vasectomy has no effect on the production of the male sex hormones or on the appearance of the genitals. When the male agrees to vasectomy there are rarely any side effects when he properly understands all aspects of the procedure. It certainly does not resolve a marital conflict. It should be considered as a permanent procedure although reversal by microsurgery is possible and is expertly done in India.

A man who undergoes vasectomy may be able to return to work and resume normal activities the day after the operation. He can resume intercourse as soon as he desires after vasectomy but may find it uncomfortable for 10 to 14 days after.

After vasectomy, some family methods by the male (condom) or by the female must be continued for at least 10 to 15 ejaculations because live sperms may remain in the path that sperms follow, for weeks or months.

Expect after that your partner and you will be anxiety free from an unwanted pregnancy. There will not be any need for any other contraception by you or your partner.