Vasectomy is a permanent method for men for who want to stop having children. It involves a short and simple procedure during which the tubes that carry the sperm from a man’s testicles (balls) to the penis are blocked. After a vasectomy, a man will have sex just before but he cannot make a woman pregnant.
- Very effective
- Does not affect a man’s ability to have sex
- Permanent. A single, quick procedure leads to lifelong safe and very effective family planning
- It is safe, simple, and quick surgical procedure that does not require a cut or stitches. It can be done in a clinic or the doctor’s office
- Increases sexual enjoyment because there is no need to worry about becoming pregnant
- No apparent long-term health risks including HIV. People who use foaming tablets, Pill, Injectable, IUD, Female.
- Not immediately effective. The first 20 ejaculations after a vasectomy may contain sperm. The couple must use another family planning method for the first 20 ejaculations or the first three (3) months.
- Some pain for a few days after the procedure
- Does not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV.