What Could Go Wrong?
A report in a medical journal pointed out that women were 20 times more likely to have a serious problem related to a tubal ligation than men who select to have a vasectomy. In addition, men tend to recover more quickly from a vasectomy. Most men can return to all activities, including sexual intimacy, 3-4 days after the procedure. A tubal ligation requires a general anesthesia and incisions into her abdomen. Both of these can result in significant complications. However, if a woman is going to have her tubes tied during a planned C-section delivery, the added risk of the tubal is less of a concern.
A vasectomy can be done in the doctor’s office using a local anesthetic and usually takes less than 15 minutes. The most common problems related to vasectomy include bruising, infection, and inflammation in the epididymis, a sperm-holding structure near the testicle. But each of these seems to occur in less than 5% of cases. Now that the procedure is performed without an incision but through a tiny puncture wound and does not even require a needle to provide the local anesthesia,
If you’re looking for instant results, a tubal holds the edge: It works immediately. After a vasectomy, a man can still get a woman pregnant until lingering sperm are flushed from his plumbing which usually requires 15 ejaculations. So it’s crucial for couples to use a backup method of contraception until your doctor says you’re in the clear. And men need to provide a semen sample after a vasectomy that is examined under a microscope to be absolutely certain that no sperm are present.
The Essure and Adiana devices, which are inserted into the Fallopian tubes, also require a checkup to ensure that they’re installed properly and the woman can’t get pregnant. If you choose these options, be sure you’re going to do the follow-up work. During the first three months after insertion of the device, another form of birth control must be used.
If you’re thinking about your bank account, In terms of cost, a vasectomy is definitely more cost-effective. In general, a tubal costs about three times as much as vasectomy.
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