METHOD OF PREVENTING PREGNANCY - SURGERY VASEKTOMI
What is a vasectomy operation?• vasectomy surgery is the process of testis vas deferens tubes are cut and tied to prevent the release of sperm when a man ejaculates. It merupakah permanent sterilization techniques. This prevents sperm from mixing with semen ejaculation of the penis. Eggs not fertilized when there are no sperm in the semen. Testicles continue to produce sperm, but the sperm is reabsorbed by the body.
• It usually takes a few months after a vasectomy for all remaining sperm are premature or reabsorbed. You must use another method of contraception until your semen sample test showed sperm count is zero. If not, the chances of pregnancy can still occur.
How vasectomy surgery performed?• Vasectomy is considered major surgery requiring the patient to undergo general anesthesia. After the anesthesia takes effect, the surgeon will make one or two small openings in the scrotum. Through the opening, the two vas deferens tubes is cut. Both ends of the vas deferens tied, sewn or sealed. Melecuhkan electrocautery can be used for both the end of the vas deferens tubes. Scar tissue from surgery, helping to prevent the tube from connected. The procedure takes about 20-30 minutes. It can be done by a family medicine doctor, a urologist or a general surgeon.
How effective is a vasectomy operation?• The effectiveness of a vasectomy surgery is approximately 99.85%. Only 1-2 women in 1000 will have an unintended pregnancy within the first year after their partners underwent vasectomy surgery.
• Risk of failure and pregnancy can occur after vasectomy because of the failure to use another method of contraception until confirmed to be a zero sperm count. It usually takes 10 to 20 ejaculations to clear the sperm from the semen.
• Resumption of spontaneous vas deferens or an opening at one end that allows sperm mixed with semen again. However, this is very rare.
What side effects or health risks of vasectomy surgery?
Vasectomy surgery side effects include:• The risk of general surgery.
• Bleeding under the skin, which can cause swelling or bruising.
• Infection at the incision site. In rare circumstances, infection develops in the scrotum.
• sperm leaking from the vas deferens into the tissue around and form into small pieces (sperm granuloma).
• vas deferens tubes become inflamed.
• In cases of a rare, vas deferens grow back (recanalization), and the man became fertile again.
Does vasectomy surgery allows pregnancy again?• vasectomy surgery in general is a permanent method of sterilization. Reversal process is also called the vas deferens vasovasostomy procedure is surgical repair vas deferens tubes after vasectomy surgery. There is the possibility of failing to repair the vas deferens tubes despite the vas deferens undergoing reversal.
• After the reversal, sperm count and sperm motility is usually lower than the pre-vasectomy. There is evidence that men who have had a vasectomy may produce more abnormal sperm and can affect fertility. Higher rates of aneuploidy and diploidy in sperm cells men who have undergone vasectomy reversal process can lead to birth defect rate is higher.
What is the relationship between vasectomy surgery and venereal diseases?• Surgery vasectomy NOT provide protection against s3xually transmitted diseases.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of vasectomy surgery?
Benefits of vasectomy surgery include:• permanent sterilization techniques
• effective immediately.
• Do not interrupt when the intimate relationship.
• No need to remember to take medication, injections or replace the device prevent pregnancy.
• Cost-effective in the long run.
Lack of vasectomy surgery include:• It does not protect against s3xually transmitted diseases.
• Requires surgery.
• Have the risks associated with surgery.
• The possibility can not be pregnant again even reversal surgery.
• Probably will regret it if want to get pregnant again.