What Is a Vasectomy?

A vasectomy is a surgery in which a man’s tubes (called the vas deferens) are permanently blocked from adding sperm to the ejaculation fluid (cum).  The cum will still look the same but there will be no sperm in it.

Who Has a Vasectomy?

People who are totally sure they don’t want biological children in the future may choose to have a vasectomy. Because a vasectomy is a permanent method, most doctors in the United States will not perform this surgery on people under the age of 18.

How Do I Get a Vasectomy?

A clinician performs a vasectomy.

Where Do I Get a Vasectomy?

You can get a vasectomy at a clinic, doctor’s office or hospital.  Call your local family planning clinic for more information.

How Effective is a Vasectomy?

A vasectomy is 99.9% effective.

Does a Vasectomy Protect Against STDs?

A vasectomy does not protect against STDs.

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