March Madness and the Super Bowl have proven to be popular times for men to schedule vasectomies. Discover why this dovetails nicely with doctor’s orders.
Only 8 to 12 percent of U.S. couples choose vasectomy for long-term birth control. One reason may be old fears about this simple procedure increasing risks of prostate cancer. A 2017 study should end that debate.
Let’s face it, men: It’s tough keeping on top of all the health and medical advice out there. We’ve put together a list of timeless tips that can help keep you on top of your health game.
The basketball court is not the only place for March Madness this week. At this time of year, many urologists see a deluge of requests from men seeking a vasectomy. Many men plan a vasectomy for this week with an eye toward watching the NCAA basketball tournament all weekend while they recuperate, says urologist Edmund Sabanegh, MD, Chair … Read More
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When a man chooses to have a vasectomy, it may feel like a permanent choice. It doesn’t have to be. Most men are candidates for vasectomy reversal, a simple procedure that allows them to start or expand a family. Edmund Sabanegh, MD, Chair of Urology at Cleveland Clinic, offers insight. 1. When life changes, you … Read More