Once you’ve made up your mind that you never want to have any more children,
there’s no more reliable form of contraception than vasectomy. But one
precaution: To lower the risk of your vasectomy failing, make sure the surgeon
who does yours is qualified and has a lot of experience.
When done correctly by an experienced physician, as few as 1 in 1,000
vasectomies fail to do their job — preventing you from ejaculating sperm when
you have an orgasm, thus preventing pregnancy. But when performed...
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