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Vasectomy Reversal Leads to Rare Identical Triplets

During his first marriage, Chad Ross had two children - a boy and a girl
- and thought his family was complete. He had a vasectomy. His new
wife, Amanda, really wanted to have a baby of her own someday.

UK Gets DIY Sperm Count Test

Men in the United Kingdom can now turn to their local pharmacy to test
their sperm count. Boots UK, a pharmacy chain numbering almost 2,500
retail outlets, just started carrying a do-it-yourself sperm count test.

Vasectomy Reversal and Pregnancy Results

Surgical sterilization seems like such a drastic step, is it really an appropriate choice for men in their twenties?

Current State of Vasectomy Reversal

Surgical vasectomy used to be viewed as a permanent means of
sterilization, but advancements in microsurgery have changed the playing
field.

Can a Vasectomy be Reversed?

A vasectomy is a medical procedure that helps reduce the risk of pregnancy to nearly 0%. The procedure is completed on men who don’t want to have children or who’ve already had children and don’t want to risk having more.

Recession May Postpone Having a Child

Women are postponing pregnancy and having fewer children because of the recession, but just when they need birth control most, many can't pay for it, a new survey finds.

How Often Does a Vasectomy Fail?

A vasectomy is a surgical procedure on a man that makes him sterile, or unable to get a woman pregnant. Vasectomies are very effective. It has been estimated that only about 15 out of 10,000 couples get pregnant during the first year after a vasectomy.

Contraception

There are several forms of contraception including physical barriers, monthly supplements, surgical contraception, implanted devices and foams or creams.

Getting Pregnant after Vasectomy

If you have had a vasectomy and decide that you want to have more children, here is some information for you and your partner. One option is vasectomy reversal.

Vasectomy - How to Get Pregnant Afterwards

After vasectomy, you can have surgery done (vasectomy reversal) or remove sperm surgically and do IVF.

Vasectomy - What is it and Why is it Done?

What is a vasectomy and why is it done?

Semen Analysis - Sperm Count

Everything you need to know about sperm count and semen analysis.

Anti-Sperm Antibodies

What are anti-sperm antibodies?

Vasectomy Reversal

What is the success rate of a vasectomy reversal?

Vasectomy Reversal

What is a vasectomy reversal and how does it work?

Vasectomy

A vasectomy is birth control for men. It is a surgical procedure that
interrupts the flow of sperm through a tube (the right and left vas
deferens) and thus prevents sperm from entering the ejaculate.

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