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    Benefits of No-Needle No-Scalpel Vasectomy

    Vasectomies have been quite a simple process for the most part since doctors started doing them.  With a needle and scalpel, a doctor could get the job done and you were on your way home shortly after.  Today, the technology has changed in such a way that doctors can now perform the same surgery without

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    Risks of a Vasectomy

    Risks of a Vasectomy

    It’s not uncommon for families to decide that they have reached their limit, and then turn to getting a vasectomy. Though it’s a very common and safe procedure, every person is different, and there are sometimes risks that might arise during the surgery. They range from very mild and temporary side-effects to the much rarer

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    Vasectomy Reversals

    Vasectomy Reversals

    So, you had a vasectomy, and now you’re having second thoughts. Luckily a vasectomy can often times be undone. While a vasectomy is often thought of as a permanent form of birth control, the tubes that are cut during the procedure can be reconnected. This procedure isn’t any more invasive that the original vasectomy itself,

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