Permanent Types Of Birth Control
There are three permanent types of birth control, although, all three of them can be reversed. The reversal is costly as insurance does not cover it. Besides there is no guarantee that the reversal will be successful and you will be able to conceive or impregnate a woman.
Tubal Ligation - The operation is performed on the woman’s fallopian tubes. The tubes are cut or blocked in order to close off the sperm's access to the egg. Normally, tubal ligation takes about 20–30 minutes, and is performed under general anesthesia, spinal anesthesia,
Implants - Involves a small metallic implant that is placed into the fallopian tubes. The device works by making scar tissue form over the implant, blocking the fallopian tube and preventing pregnancy. It is very similar to a tubal ligation.
Vasectomy – Is a cut in the scrotal sac, cutting or burning of the tubes that carry sperm, and blocking both cut ends to prevent sperm from fertilizing an egg.