Vasectomy is safe and, because it lasts for life, it is simple and convenient.

The sperm are absorbed by the body instead of being ejaculated.

Without sperm, your "cum" (ejaculate) cannot cause pregnancy. You must use other birth control until the sperm are used up. A simple test — semen analysis — shows when there are no more sperm in your ejaculate. You will provide a sample of your semen by masturbating or by using a special condom during sexual intercourse. INCISION METHODS Usually, a local anesthetic is injected into the pelvic area. In most procedures, a small section of each tube is removed.

Effectiveness is an important and common concern when choosing a birth control method. The semen will be examined under a microscope to see if there are any sperm. Then, the doctor makes an incision on each side of the scrotum to reach each vas deferens — the tubes that carry sperm. Tubes may be tied off or blocked with surgical clips.

Vasectomy is the most effective birth control for men. Very rarely, tubes grow back together again and pregnancy may occur. Keep in mind that vasectomy offers no protection against sexually transmitted infection. Or, they may be closed using an instrument with an electrical current.

A vasectomy can be performed in a medical office, hospital, or clinic.

Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from

Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from [[

Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.Vasectomy blocks each vas deferens and keeps sperm out of the seminal fluid.Some health centers are able to charge according to income. If you qualify, Medicaid or other state programs may lower your health care costs.

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Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.

(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.

There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.

When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.

Vasectomy blocks each vas deferens and keeps sperm out of the seminal fluid.

Some health centers are able to charge according to income. If you qualify, Medicaid or other state programs may lower your health care costs.

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Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.

(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.

There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.

When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.

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Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.Vasectomy blocks each vas deferens and keeps sperm out of the seminal fluid.Some health centers are able to charge according to income. If you qualify, Medicaid or other state programs may lower your health care costs.

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Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.

(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.

There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.

When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.

Vasectomy blocks each vas deferens and keeps sperm out of the seminal fluid.

Some health centers are able to charge according to income. If you qualify, Medicaid or other state programs may lower your health care costs.

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Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.

(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.

There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.

When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.

,000, including the follow-up sperm count.

(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.

There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.

When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.

Vasectomy blocks each vas deferens and keeps sperm out of the seminal fluid.

Some health centers are able to charge according to income. If you qualify, Medicaid or other state programs may lower your health care costs.

Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.Vasectomy blocks each vas deferens and keeps sperm out of the seminal fluid.Some health centers are able to charge according to income. If you qualify, Medicaid or other state programs may lower your health care costs.

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Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.

(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.

There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.

When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.

Vasectomy blocks each vas deferens and keeps sperm out of the seminal fluid.

Some health centers are able to charge according to income. If you qualify, Medicaid or other state programs may lower your health care costs.

||

Nationwide, the cost of a vasectomy ranges from $0$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count.

(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.

There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.

When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.

,000, including the follow-up sperm count.

(Sterilization for women can cost up to six times as much.) Some clinics and doctors use a sliding scale according to income.

There may be state or federal requirements for sterilization, such as age restrictions or waiting periods.

When the tubes are closed, sperm cannot leave a man's body and cause pregnancy. They pass through two tubes called the vasa deferentia to other glands and mix with seminal fluids to form semen.