Vasectomy is actually one of the most simple and cost efficient ways to prevent pregnancies. Unfortunately, it is also quite permanent. Physicians usually explain this fact thoroughly when a family comes forward with the decision of undergoing a vasectomy for the purpose of birth control.
Vasectomy Complications Rare
The vasectomy is actually a very safe procedure. The worst complication or side effect it has, if you can call it a side effect, is that a vasectomy is not reversible in the majority of cases. This is why people (men) should be very careful before they undertake this procedure. A vasectomy complication is extremely rare, though there are some concerns in this field.
Some men develop a Ã¢â‚¬Å“blow outÃ¢â‚¬Â after the procedure, which specifically involves the bursting of the epididymis and/or the severed vas deferens ducts due to pressure built up during sexual intercourse (ejaculation). Though by itself it is not life-threatening or even serious, it is nonetheless highly unpleasant when it occurs.
There are two types of vasectomy reversal: vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy. Vasovasostomy is when the surgeon sews the cut ends of the vas deferens back together. This is the most common type of vasectomy reversal. Vasoepididymostomy is more complicated, but is performed when there is blockage in the epididymis. It is done by attaching the vas deferens to the epididymis, hence its name.
Length of Time
There is a correlation between the time your vasectomy was performed, and the time you want to have a vasectomy reversal. The longer you wait to have the vasectomy reversal done the more your chances decrease of being able to regain your fertility. Up to three years after your vasectomy your chances are higher to get your fertility back. After three years your chances begin decreasing slowly the longer you wait. While there is no period of time considered too long to perform a vasectomy reversal, the sooner you do so after your vasectomy the better the chances are that you will be able to father a child. Medical Breakthrough Makes Vasectomy Reversal Possible
A vasectomy is a surgical procedure that offers a permanent solution to birth control. It works by removing all or part of the vas deferens, the tubes that deliver sperm into a manÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s ejaculation, thus making the man infertile. In the U.S. alone, over 500,000 men opt to have a vasectomy each year. Of these men, itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s estimated that up to ten percent, for various reasons, will want eventually the procedure to be reversed. For them, the best option is microsurgical vasectomy reversal.
What is it and How is it Performed?
A vasectomy reversal, or Vasovasostomy, acts to reconnect the two ends of the vas deferens that were severed in the initial procedure. A vasectomy reversal takes much longer than a vasectomy and is much more expensive. The reason for this is that the ends of the vas deferens are the size of a pinhead. They are stitched back together using thread that invisible to the naked eye, around 1/1000 of an inch in diameter. The use of a microscope or other magnification device greatly enhances the ability to effectively complete the procedure.
There is more than one reason for a woman becoming pregnant after her partner has had a vasectomy, but the main reason is not using an alternate birth control method for the first few months following the procedure. For a short time after a vasectomy a man will have a small reserve of viable sperm; this means she can still get your partner pregnant. Keep in mind that he may still have viable sperm for up to six months after your procedure, although this is not common.
A Second Cause for Pregnancy After Vasectomy
A second reason for a pregnancy after vasectomy is that the operation failed because the vas deferens grew back together. Pregnancy after vasectomy due to this reason is very rare; it is only one in every 2,000 procedures that this happens. When it does occur it is called recanalization.
The primary reason recanalization occurs and causes a pregnancy after vasectomy is that there are little pieces of debris from sperm, white blood cells, and scar tissue that allow cells in the vas deferens to grow through it and thus reconnect the place where the incision was made splitting the vas deferens.
Changing your body form is often a consideration for those who want to keep a specific figure. By considering the different choices for cosmetic surgery, you can change the parts of your body that will give you the figure you want.
One of the commonly used methods for changing your bodies figure is known as a hidroliposuction. By understanding this cosmetic surgery, you can decide if it will be effective for the changes you want to make to your body.
As our bodies grow in our youth, we develop certain fatty pads that remain in the body. After a certain age, our body calculates that this is how much fat we will need in cells and will keep the same density for the rest of our lives. This can result in an inability to lose weight later in life, even with the right diet and exercise. If this is a problem, then you can use hidroliposuction as a method for getting rid of the excess fat.
Many people turn to the essence of herbs to help with their eczema condition when nothing else seems to be working. Still others enjoy supplementing their regular eczema meds with some herbs to help decrease their flare-ups and reduce their level of itching.
Evening primrose oil is a popular herb in Europe for its role in fighting the effects of eczema. Evening primrose oil has a high concentration of GLA (which stands for gamma linolenic acid) in it. GLA is an essential omega-6 fatty acid that all human beings need to be as healthy as possible. Generally the dosage needed per day is two to four grams. Be aware though that it may take upwards of six months to see results but many people swear by this herb.
Zinc is a mineral but is often classed as a healing herb. Taking a zinc supplement daily can have a positive effect on eczema breakouts. Be careful when supplementing zinc in your diet, as you should never consume more than thirty milligrams of zinc a day. Too much zinc can lead to another health concern- a deficiency in copper.
Atopic dermatitis (or atopic eczema), the most common kind of eczema, is believed to have a hereditary link and also to be caused by one type of allergy source or sometimes many. In this way eczema is closely connected to another allergy oriented problem, hay fever.
Approximately forty-five million American citizens suffer from an allergy to something. Some people suffer all year long while in some cases it is seasonal related. The technical name for hay fever is allergic rhinitis. It was given the slang name Ã¢â‚¬Å“hay feverÃ¢â‚¬Â because many years ago people who worked with hay on farms and in the field often develop respiratory symptoms such as sneezing as well as sinus and nasal congestion afterwards. The three most popular symptoms of an allergic reaction are asthma, eczema and hay fever.
Individuals who have any one of the above mentioned conditions are very likely to develop the other conditions as well. For example, a predisposition for eczema makes one more inclined to develop hay fever because of how these allergies wear down the immune system.
Osteochondritis dissecans and osteochondritis juvenilis are two conditions related to arthritis that affect young people. Although the symptoms of arthritis are generally associated with the older population, young people can also suffer from many of the symptoms associated with this often-painful condition.
These conditions tend to be degenerative in nature, and if not treated they can cause rapid disintegration of the joints and muscles. Here is a quick overview of these two conditions.
Osteochondritis dissecans is a condition in which degeneration of the bone and cartilage causes fragments of these to become loosened and eventually break away from the rest of the bone. Osteochondritis dissecans is a relatively rare disorder that tends to set in during adolescence. The most commonly affected area is the knee. Causes
The direct cause remains a mystery, but it appears to be related to injuries of the small blood vessels that surround the joint. Injury to these blood vessels causes part of the joint surface to die and become fragmented from the rest of the bone.