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Dr. Fabio Castiglione is both an Andrologist and Urologist. He graduated in Medicine and Surgery and subsequently completed his training in Urology at the Vita Salute San Raffaele University in Milan. He holds a PhD in stem cells and erectile dysfunction from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium). He is a member of the European Committee of Sexual Medicine (FECSM), of the European Urology Board (FEBU) and member of the scientific committee of the Andrological Guidelines of the International Sexual Medicine Society (ISSM), of the European Society of Urology (UAE) and of the European Society for Sexual Medicine (ESSM). Dr. Castiglione also holds the qualifications as Full Professor in Urology in Italy and Consult Urologist at the King’s College Hospital in London.
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Vasectomy is a method of permanent contraception (sterilization) reserved for men. This is a contraceptive surgical procedure also called a deferentectomy. To obtain this result, the urologist performs surgery in which he cuts the vas deferens, present at the level of the scrotum, and seals it. This prevents the sperm produced by the testicles from mixing with the seminal fluid produced by the prostate and released with ejaculation. The equivalent procedure for women, called tubal ligation, is more dangerous and less effective than a vasectomy. It is a minor surgery, simple, safe and very effective.
Vasectomy can be performed for various reasons: it can be requested by people who no longer want to have children, or it can represent a way, adopted by some countries, to control births. There are two types of surgical procedures: traditional vasectomy and no-scalpel vasectomy.Like any surgery, complications can arise but are very rare. People think of vasectomy as a permanent way to prevent pregnancy, but there is a way to reverse its effects with a specific operation. However, reversal surgery is complicated and often ineffective, even when no complications occur. Therefore, those who choose to undergo this operation must know all the details of the operation, from the advantages to the disadvantages. Vasectomy is a contraceptive method that is particularly suitable for those who have decided not to have any more children (or not to have any) at a certain point in their life. The reasons can vary greatly from person to person.
The operation is very practiced, as it is safe and with an almost 100% probability of success. Only one operation in every 2000 fails to provide the desired results
Many men fear that vasectomy will reduce their libido and sexual performance or predispose them to some serious diseases (cancer and heart disease). Science has proven that these are unfounded fears, due to disinformation. Fears, devoid of any scientific basis, argue that vasectomy causes:
Anyone who has decided to undergo a vasectomy must know what they are getting into. Before the surgery, the urologist will talk to the patient and ask him several times if he is sure of his decision.
The doctor provides personalized instructions for each patient in order to obtain the success of the intervention. Firstly, it prohibits taking aspirin and any other drugs with a similar action (warfarin, heparin, etc.). These treatments must be stopped in time as the pharmacological effects last at least a week. The patient will then be asked to:
Vasectomy is a quick and not particularly painful surgery, usually performed under local anesthesia. During the operation, the urologist cuts and blocks (the technical term for this maneuver is ligature) the vas deferens, interrupting any path that leads the spermatozoa to union with the seminal fluid. Generally the operation is outpatient and hospitalization is not foreseen; the discharge takes place on the same day of the procedure. One is the traditional, also called a conventional vasectomy, and the other is one where no scalpel is used, known as the Anglo-Saxon term “no-scalpel vasectomy” or “no-scalpel vasectomy”.
Anesthesia is, in most cases, local. Then, the scrotum and testicles, which are the parts that will be operated on, are rendered numb. The pain felt is minimal and is more like a nuisance. When is total anesthesia used? If during the preoperative examinations the patient claims to be allergic to local anesthetics or has other complications, total anesthesia is chosen. During total anesthesia, anesthetic drugs are administered before and during the entire duration of the operation, which renders the operated person completely unconscious. Once the total or anesthesia has been performed, the urologist makes two small incisions (about 1 cm) to the right and left of the scrotum. These incisions represent access routes to the vas deferens with the scalpel. Once the incision has been made, part of the canals are removed and the so-called ligation of the vas deferens, or diathermy, is performed. At the end of the operation, the incisions are closed with absorbable sutures.
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