The vasectomy is a safe and effective method in man's sterilization process when he no longer wants more kids. It consists of a technically simple surgery and quick recovery if carried out by specialists and under favorable conditions. The vas deferens, which are small channels that lead the sperm to semen, are linked; that is, tied into the scrotum. Approximately 13% of American couples use this contraceptive method.
Surgery is only allowed in men with full civil capacity and over 25 years of age and at least two living children, with due regard to the period of sixty days from the manifestation of the will and surgery.
One of the first vasectomy reversal reports occurred in 1915, and since then the surgical techniques have evolved a lot. Around 2-6% of patients end up opting for its reversal, especially with the large number of couples who split and wishing to form a new family fact quite common these days. Nevertheless, it cannot under any circumstances do the surgery as a temporary contraceptive method, we have to treat surgery as "final" to prevent up later frustrations.
The Vasectomy time is a critical factor in the results, because the smaller the greater the chance of success. The age of the partner and their fertility status are also essential. In rollbacks until three years after the vasectomy a chance to obtain sperm in the ejaculate is 97%, and 76% pregnancy. Between three and eight years, the chances of pregnancy fall to 53% and between nine and fourteen years is 44%. In approximately 70% of vasectomies more than fifteen years, the chance for pregnancy is 31%.