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What Does Bisectimy Mean
Yes, but...: Vasitis is a technical term for inflammation of vas deferens, from which surgeon removes a section of about 2-3 cm so to complete vasectomy for male contraception. All viable tissues of body will react to any injury to them with inflammation to complete healing process. So, some degree of vasitis is normally expected ; in time resolved uneventfully although occasionally, few patients may have pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tubes on both sides from testicle to prostate that carry sperm made by testicles are brought out through a small skin puncture in the scrotum and either cut, tied, burned or clamped. Simple procedure, cost effective and usually with minimal side effects. Low failure rate. Clinic procedure, done in office with local anesthetic to skin. Minimal down time. A very ...Read more
Vasectomy????: Do you mean vasectomy? A vasectomy is the procedure to "tie off" and occlude the vas deferens, the tubes that transport sperm to the outside world via the ejaculate. A vasectomy is reversible through microsurgery, but the success rate is not great. Several factors affect success: length of time since the vasectomy, scar tissue formation, testicular ability to produce sperm again. See your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Due to reconnection: The likelihood to have post-vasectomy re-canalization is around 1-5 %; it usually occurs within 6 months after vasectomy, and is caused by microscopic leaks from both cut ends. The lining of vas will then grow and extend from such leaking spots result in its wandering healing process like that to cover the raw surface of an opening of ear-piercing, and finally both ends blindly meet to reconnect. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Consider it!: Vasectomy is safer, cheaper, and more effective than a woman getting her tubes blocked/tied. It will not affect a man's sex drive or ability to ejaculate b/c that's dependent on the prostate/seminal vesicles that aren't affected. It's irreversible; ppl who try have limited success. It takes 3 months to make sure the vasectomy worked and is not 100%, but very very close. No needles/scalpels needed! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Of course,...: Some intraoperative and postoperative pain in or near vasectomy sites. But most of them tolerate well, even virtually "painless". In fact, I have almost never prescribed pain medication after vasectomy for age. Key is: understand and accept the fact - nothing is free but comes with price. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Experience: If i understand your question, you are trying to find the right person perform your vasectomy. Most urologists perform vasectomies in their offices. You can ask your primary care doc for a referral. Read some on-line reviews on sites such as citysearch.Com or kudzu.Com. If possible, find someone with experience performing "open-ended" vasectomy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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