Sterilization

Sterilization

Sterilization is a permanent procedure to prevent pregnancy an it works by blocking the fallopian tubes. Sperm cells are prevented from accessing egg cells through neutering operations that have no negative effect on the overall health of men or women. Sterilization is a completely reliable and ultimately protective method that protects the woman from pregnancy.

If the surgery is applied to the man, the sperm duct is cut, thus preventing the presence of sperm in the fluid that comes during sexual intercourse. If applied to the woman, the egg duct is cut off and egg cells are prevented from reaching the uterus.

There is no change in the pleasure and sexual desire that men or women will receive from sexual intercourse after neutering surgery. However, after surgery, the woman can not give birth to a child, and the man can no longer be a father. Although sterilization surgeries are the most reliable method, such decisions were made with the common thoughts of spouses it is important to be. Therefore, it is necessary to think well before the surgery and make the right decision. Sterilization surgeries should be considered the right choice when spouses decide not to have children anymore.

Male Sterilization (Vasectomy)

When the sterilization operation is applied to the male, sperm production occurs without sperm cells, although the male is still ejaculated by producing sperm. After surgery, sperm cells do not go to the prostate through the sperm duct and to the seminal vesicle where sperm is produced.

 

Female Sterilization

The female’s reproductive ability is prevented by preventing male sperm cells from accessing egg cells.After the operation of sterilization of the woman, the menstrual cycle or menstruation of the woman is not affected in any way.

 

How to Perform Sterilization Surgery?

Surgical sterilization (vasectomy) operation applied to men is less at risk than women. In men, usually performed under local anesthesia, surgeries last approximately 15-30 minutes, and after surgery, the male can return to his daily life by being discharged directly. After the application of this method, sperm it is very difficult to return to the old state as damage will occur on the channels.

Although the success rate is observed at 100% after vasectomy operation, pregnancy formation is rarely observed. After surgery, the male’s reproductive ability is not immediately lost, the male discharge (ejaculation) is necessary 20 times for the disposal of sperm collected in the body before the operation. The protection time of male sterilization operations is lifelong. If there is no sensitivity to the anesthesia used during the operation, there is no risk.

Sterilization surgeries on women the individual is discharged with the approval of the physician after the anesthesia effect has passed. Sterilization operations, which have not had the slightest negative effect on sex life, do not adversely affect orgasm and libido in men and women. Sterilization surgeries, a permanent pregnancy prevention method, are difficult to reverse surgeries and should not always be expected to succeed. For this reason, it is recommended to be well considered before such surgeries. Sterilization operations do not protect women or men from any sexually transmitted diseases or infections. Condom use is necessary in order not to be a carrier of such infections.