Up until now, men struggling with fertility issues ran into dead ends when trying to unravel the causes that were based on biology.
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Guys, your morning routine is pretty simple, right? You get up and brush your teeth, shower, and maybe shave (depending on how that scruff is working for you).
Sure, you’ve heard of polka dancing and line dancing—heck, you even read an article once about pole dancing.
We’d do anything for our loved ones—whether that means letting their dogs out when they get stuck in the office working late, dropping off soup when they’ve come down with the flu, or helping them move their couch up three flights of stairs into a new apartment.
Just say the word “vasectomy” in front of some grown men, and you can see them start to squirm a little. For some guys, it hurts to even think about what might happen down there.
‘Tis the season for a lot of things in December—parties, gift-giving, fa-la-la-la-la-ing—but did you know it’s also the most popular time for baby-making?
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Honey. Lysol. CocaCola. These might sound like items you’d pick up at the grocery store or order on Amazon, but would you even think about using any of them as ingredients to prevent pregnancy?
They say it’s a man’s world, but when it comes to family planning, it’s usually the ladies who rule.
Everything you’ve been told about vasectomies is true—it’s a super-safe office procedure that takes your doctor about 15-30 minutes to perform, and after a brief waiting period, you’re pretty much guaranteed sterility for the rest of your life.
So, maybe it’s because you don’t want children at all or you’re done growing your family. For whatever reason, you’ve decided to get a vasectomy.
It is said that patience is a virtue, but when it comes to vasectomies, exhibiting some self- restraint can also be what stands in the way of an unwanted pregnancy.