Would You Consider Advising Your Partner to Get A Vasectomy?
Vasectomy is a topic about which partners, particularly married partners, should have several discussions. Partners must be extremely cautious about their future lives together in order to avoid regretting or making mistakes that will come back to haunt them.
In a recent interview on Mungai's Eve on her YouTube channel, the well-known content creator, Diana Bahati revealed her opinion about her husband, Bahati going for a vasectomy.
According to Diana, Bahati going for a vasectomy was the best sacrifice he could offer her.
"Bahati should get a vasectomy. That is the only sacrifice he can do for me. I have sacrificed so much for him including carrying three babies for him," Diana stated.
Diana also recalled having to go through the difficult time in before accepting her third pregnancy which she revealed it was unplanned for.
"I went into a mental breakdown. I was so sick and having all sorts of emotions running and remembering what I went through in my previous pregnancies, I was scared but I think time heals," Diana narrated.
"I was afraid my face would break out. My other pregnancies were my worst and I knew I was going back to that," she added.
Diana stated that she had been on a skin routine prior to learning she was expecting and that her skin was glowing.
Diana explained that she is still watching her diet to avoid gaining weight.
"In my first pregnancy, my nose could swell, I could get pimples and people could not recognize me. I was at 92 kg and I think that is why people used to call me mama Bahati. I was so big and now I am so aware of how to balance my diet. I am trying to manage what to eat," Diana stated.
What is Vasectomy?
Vasectomy is a surgical procedure used to sterilize men or to provide permanent contraception. The male vasa deferentia are cut and tied or sealed during the procedure to prevent sperm from entering the urethra and thus preventing female fertilization through sexual intercourse.
What effect does a vasectomy have on a man?
A vasectomy works by preventing sperm from entering a man's semen, or the fluid he ejaculates. Heat is used to cut, block, or seal the tubes that carry sperm from a man's testicles to the penis.
This means that when a man ejaculates, the semen contains no sperm and cannot be fertilized by a woman's egg.
Is it painful to have vasectomy?
The procedure should not be painful, but you may feel a small pinch from the anesthetic injection before the area becomes numb.
When the vas deferens tubes are handled during vasectomy, some men report a pulling or tugging sensation, but the discomfort usually lasts only a few moments.
Can you still ejaculate after a vasectomy?
Yes, you will usually continue to ejaculate after a vasectomy. A vasectomy prevents testicular sperm from entering seminal fluid released from the penis during ejaculation.
What is the importnace of vasectomy in men?
Except for abstinence, a vasectomy is the most effective method of birth control.
It is less expensive. A vasectomy costs thousands of dollars less than other methods of female sterilization.
It's also a one-time fee. It is also worth noting that the cost of a vasectomy is a one-time expense because it is a permanent method of birth control. Other forms of birth control, such as the pill or condoms, may be less expensive at first, but the cost obviously increases with each purchase, making years of using condoms or oral contraceptives more expensive in the long run.
Insurance always covers the procedure. Most insurance companies cover vasectomy procedures, so the cost will be significantly less once you have met your deductible.
The procedure is always covered by insurance. A vasectomy is covered by most insurance providers, meaning that the procedure will cost significantly less once you have met your deductible.
The procedure is almost always reversible. Vasectomies should always be considered a permanent form of male sterilization but sometimes, a person might have a change of mind and reverse it.
Going for a vasectomy is an issue that should be considered first before any action is taken and also both partners should be involved.