There are currently two versions of a vasectomy. The traditional way - layer by layer dissection of the skin and membranes to remove the testicle to the vas deferens injury. Postoperative complications are not clinically expressed (not more than 1.5% of operations). "No scalpel" method - the release of the vas deferens by means of a puncture. With this operation decreases the likelihood of complications, in particular the absence of a bruise.
After sterilization, is recommended to start sexual life in a week. Because the complete absence of sperm in the ejaculate is reached only after 15-20 ejaculations (or 3 months), during sexual intercourse, use condoms or other contraceptive methods for reliable contraception.
A man should firmly decide that such a method of contraception for him and his partner will be most appropriate, because after such an operation to restore fertility (ability to fertilize) is practically impossible. Generally, vasectomy - an irreversible sterilization method. However, some patients over time are willing to restore fertility. This is a common occurrence during the second marriage, death of a child, sometimes the desire to have the next child.
Restoration of fertility after voluntary sterilization conducted - one of the most difficult surgical operations. And even if the surgeon is highly qualified and experience does not guarantee the success of the operation in the following cases: long-term post-vasectomy elderly patient's age, presence of infertility in spouses, the method of sterilization carried out.