In terms of cost, a vasectomy is definitely more cost-effective. In general, a tubal costs about three times as much as vasectomy.
If you have health insurance, check on whether it will cover the procedure and what costs may still be your responsibility. Talk with your health care provider to see what your costs are for other birth control options, since other forms of birth control may be more cost-effective.
Bottom Line: There are effective methods of sterilization. A discussion with your doctor will help you decide which one is right for you, vasectomy or tubal ligation.
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