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With the Economy Down, Vasectomy Rates Are Up

... said his practice has seen about 48 percent more vasectomy consultations compared to the same time the ... notice the uptick in the number of men requesting vasectomy consultations. "I used to do one to two every ... "Nobody came in and said they were having a vasectomy because the [stock] market crashed," Goldstein ...

Dr. Karen E. Boyle Joins Chesapeake Urology Associates as Director of Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, Sexuality and Aesthetics

... CUA expands service in vasectomy reversal, infertility, sperm retrieval, ... Zero Sperm Count Microsurgical vasectomy reversal Microsurgical sperm retrieval ... Male sexual health vasectomy Erectile dysfunction Ejaculatory ...

Male Contraception: Progress Slow but Steady

... Experts say future choices will extend beyond condoms, vasectomy SATURDAY, April 12 (HealthDay News) -- For now, men who want to do their part for birth control have meager choices: A vasectomy -- meant to be permanent -- and condoms. For years, experts have ...

Family Health International Receives $100,000 Grand Challenges Explorations Grant for Innovative Global Health Research Project Led by David Sokal, M.D.

... for this novel vaginal device. He also has a patent for a new method of nonsurgical fallopian tube occlusion, and a patent pending on an innovative vasectomy device. He is also currently working on several research projects within Family Health International and with teams at the University of North ...

No-scalpel Vasectomies by Skilled Surgeons may Speed Recovery

... studies that compared the no-scalpel method of vasectomy to the traditional method. The studies arrived at ... and urologists — had experience with the standard vasectomy technique and three had experience with the ... of the most important issues for men seeking a vasectomy is the experience of the surgeon with that ...

Vasectomy Linked to Dementia

... in Chicago claim that men who have undergone vasectomy may be at a risk of a specific type// of ... this finding does not necessarily mean that vasectomy leads to PPA, it merely underlines the risk ... communicating. The scientists also aver that vasectomy may be associated with a different kind of ...

Vasectomy Reversal to Lead to Birth Defects

... research has revealed that men who undergo a vasectomy reversal could be at an increased risk of ... of these abnormalities in ejaculated sperm after vasectomy reversal. If these sperm continued to have a high ... and diploidy, we would know that obstruction by vasectomy must affect spermatogenesis in the longer term.' ...

Men Unaware of Fertility Status After Vasectomy

... procedure. Out of the 436 men who underwent vasectomy at the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, a mere one-fifth ... sperm. One of these cases was diagnosed to be a vasectomy failure, sometime later. 'Our results show ... Institute. A majority of those who underwent vasectomy failed to report for the first test, despite ...

Age should not rule out visectomy reversal

... after the man has had a vasectomy, reversing the vasectomy offers a reasonable chance for pregnancy even ... Kolettis and his colleagues note that vasectomy reversal is less expensive than IVF. And by ... In each couple, the male partner had undergone vasectomy reversal and the female partner was at least 35. ...

Men happy to take contraception

... trying male hormonal contraception were also more likely to consider vasectomy acceptable. "I looked at other forms of male initiative of controlling fertility to see if the same men who were enthusiastic about vasectomy were also enthusiastic about taking male hormonal contraception," ...

An Anti-rabies Campaign With Bite

... be taken by the state veterinary department. "If the veterinary department wants funds from us we would provide the same. We already fund the vasectomy of stray dogs," Dutta told IANS. According to Dutta, anti-rabies injections like Rabipol or Rabirix are distributed free among people who are ...

Now, a Hormone-free Contraceptive Pill for Men

... billion pounds. Currently men who want to take responsibility for contraception have limited choice with their options extending to condoms, vasectomy or simple abstinence. The new pill developed by Nnaemeka Amobi and other researchers would be more likely to be trusted by women because they ...

Vasectomy Vs Intra Vas Device – Check It Out

... London: Surgical vasectomy is in the midst of competition from a relatively new male contraceptive that is endowed with the potential of giving the procedure// a run for its ...

Non-Hormonal Male Contraceptive Based on Sperm Block Underway

... 15-minute procedure in which the vas deferens is cut and its ends closed off. About one in six American men over 35 already has a vasectomy. However, vasectomy is generally considered permanent, leaving younger men with condoms as their only option. Men in long-term relationships, such as Jacob ...

Male Contraceptives-Soon to be Reliable and Reversible

... as well as reversible within a few months of discontinuing treatment. Contraceptive methods available to men at present are limited to condoms, vasectomy and withdrawal. These methods are often unacceptable to most couples being either unreliable or as in the case of vasectomy, almost irreversible. ...
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