Vasectomy and/or Reversal

A vasectomy is surgery to cut and seal the

vasa differens

, the two tubes that carry a man’s sperm from the

testes

(testicles) in the scrotum to the

urethra

. After a vasectomy, sperm cannot move out of the testes and form part of the ejaculate. It is an effective method of long-term birth control. You may have a vasectomy without a cut, this is called a no-scalpel vasectomy (NSV). Vasectomy does not affect a man’s ability to have an erection or orgasm, or to ejaculate semen. Vasectomies and reversals are performed by a

Urologist

.

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