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I would like to have some additional information on vasetomy and it’s techniques.

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Vasectomy is very simple operation, which is designed to make men sterile, meaning man cannot make woman pregnant. Vasectomy involves blocking tubes through which sperm pass into the semen. Sperm are produced in a man testicles and stored an adjacent structure, also known as the epididymis. During sexual climax, the sperm moves from the epididymis through a tube and mixes with other components of semen to form the ejaculate. Vasectomy actually means cutting or otherwise blocking both the left and right vas deferens, so the man's ejaculate will no longer contain sperm.
There are 2 techniques for vasectomy. First one is conventional and local anesthesia in scrotum is used. Physician makes one or two small incisions in the skin of the scrotum, the vas is cut, small piece may be removed. The entire procedure is then repeated on the other side. There is also an improved method, also widely used and it is called non surgical vasectomy, which means no scalpels are used. The doctor feels for the vas under the skin of the scrotum and holds it in place with a small clamp. Then a special instrument is used to make a tiny puncture in the skin and stretch the opening so the vas can be cut and tied. There is very little bleeding, and no stitches are needed, because punctures heal quickly by themselves. This method also produces less pain and fewer complications than conventional vasectomy.
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