How effective are vasectomies?

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2007-03-27 00:23:01
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Effectiveness: 99%+ once a vasetomy is performed the man must wait a certain amount of time before having intercourse. Also the Dr orders a follow up appt to make sure everything is not working. = Answer == Nothing is 100%. But this is REALLY close.

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