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Age should not rule out visectomy reversal

...ectomy, a surgeon cuts a small section out of each vas deferens, the tubes that carry sperm from the test...cedure that restores the flow of sperm through the vas deferens. SOURCE: The Journal of Urology 2003;169:2250-2252....

New !! Birth Control Option For Men

...ditional vasectomy, they no longer have to cut the vas deferens that carries sperm instead all they need to do is cut out a segment of vas. As a result, a clamp is placed across the vas.// The clamp is the size of a grain of rice and it clicks on and prevents sperm from passing through. In a study of 3...

Male Contraceptive Pill Being Developed By Berlin Pharmaceutical

... to surveys, this is an alternative to cutting the vas deferens", the sperm duct that runs from the testicle to urethra. She notes that around 60 million men around the globe have been sterilised - a number similar to that of women taking the pill. But unlike sterilisation, the effect of the injection c...

Non-Hormonal Male Contraceptive Based on Sperm Block Underway

...ock sperm as they travel through a tube called the vas deferens. Men don't need to worry that they'll hav... the door.’ The concept of blocking sperm in the vas deferens is not new: each year about 500,000 American men get vasectomies, a simple 15-minute proced...

Vasectomy Vs Intra Vas Device – Check It Out

...sperms from traveling along each of the tubes, the vas deferens that links the testicles and the penis. ...nd the best, most expensive micro surgeon to sew a vas deferens back together. But even if you can get sperm flowing again, the chances of pregnancy go dow...

New Drugs Would Help Men to Play an Equal Role in Contraception

... the contraction of the longitudinal muscle in the vas deferens is prevented, thus sperms are not propelled out of the penis. This method of contraception is based on the control of schizophrenia and blood pressure, to which researchers claim have chemicals to block male sperms. Presently, researcher...

No-scalpel Vasectomies by Skilled Surgeons may Speed Recovery

...form of birth control in which a duct known as the vas is cut or tied, has traditionally been performed by making an incision in the skin of the scrotum. Cutting or tying the vas, which carries sperm from the testicles, leaves a man infertile. Instead of making an incision, the no-scalpel technique us...

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