Vasectomy and the interruption of fertility
What happens when a couple makes the decision to not have children anymore? They start taking into account contraceptive methods , which can be permanent for example the vasectomy in male patients or the ligation of fallopian tubes in female patients. Now we are going to share some information about the vasectomy and the interruption of fertility.
It is a surgery we’re the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the urethra are cut. This way there won’t be any sperms on the semen and there won’t be any change of pregnancy even if there is an eyaculation.
It is considered a permanent contraceptive method. Although it can be reversed, the procedure could be complicated, specifically if a few years have passed since the vasectomy.
Then, what happens if a male with a vasectomy wishes to have children after the procedure? Since the vasectomy is a contraceptive resource it is necessary a procedure like the TESA technique.
We invite you to read our entry: Having children after a vasectomy. We think this topic might be from your interest.
During the Testicular Sperm Aspiration or TESA, sperm is recovered directly from the testicular tissue.
This procedure it’s not only ideal for patients with a vasectomy done, it’s also done to patients with fertility issues.
It is minimally invasive and the postoperative pain is less compared to other techniques.
If you want to know more about this topic you can listen to our podcast episode, How to have children after a vasectomy?
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