Studies show that over 500,000 men in the United States of America get a vasectomy. The procedure is considered the most potent way to control birthing for men. In recent times, men’s most used birth control methods are condoms and vasectomy. A vasectomy is a relatively basic ambulatory procedure that impedes the entrance of sperm into semen during ejaculation.
Over the years, so many concerns have been raised about the effects and safety of the procedure. Vasectomy can be reversed and costlier than the original procedure. More studies need to be done to confirm the effects of vasectomy and its efficiency. You will experience several side effects and possible health concerns that will make you doubt the procedure’s potency. For this reason, knowing about other birth control options is essential. In this article, we will discuss some alternatives to vasectomy.
Other Birth Control Methods
There are several methods for controlling birth. Methods include surgical procedures and implanted devices, pills, injections and other non-invasive procedures. There are limited birth control options for men, so the pressure falls on women in most cases.
Your doctor may recommend the following options to replace vasectomy: