Vasectomy: Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Effectiveness

Techniques such as cautery and fascial interposition can improve the effectiveness of vasectomy, making it one of the safest, least invasive, and most effective forms of permanent contraception. However, clients should always be counseled on the small possibility of vasectomy failure, the importance of using another method of contraception for the entire 12 weeks following surgery, and the permanence of the procedure.

Length: 
2 p
Year: 
2007
Organization: 
FHI 360
Languages: 
English