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Nothing is 100% but abstinence, but a vasectomy is highly effective. They are 99 to 99.5% effective at preventing pregnancy. Once a vasectomy is performed, it takes a few weeks to take effect; the patient must masturbate or have sex several times into a condom to rid the body of sperm, so until this period is over, and the sperm count has been verified, you must have protected sex in order to prevent pregnancy. But once this has been done, it is very effective. It is 99.5% effective, which is the best out there. Over 80% of pregnancies reported after the danger period post-vas is over are not genetically related to the man who has had the vasectomy.

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What is the permanent birth control method for a male?

vasectomy


What is the effectiveness of birth control if shes's on the pill and he has a vasectomy?

If the man has a vasectomy, his body should stop producing sperm. Unless the operation wasn't successful, there should be a zero percent chance of him causing pregnancy.


What are vasectomy and tubal ligation?

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What permanent birth control methods are available for men?

Vasectomy.


What are permanent methods of birth control?

Tubal ligation, Essure, or hysterectomy for women and Vasectomy for men are permanent methods of birth control.


What has the author Norman Fleishman written?

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What are some different forms of birth control?

Some different forms of birth control includes birth control pills, morning-after pills, condoms, diaphragms, vasectomy for men, and sterilization for women.


Why is vasectomy an effective method of birth control in males?

Because if there is no sperm in the ejaculate there is no fertilization.


What is sterilization methods of birth control?

It's tubal ligation for women and vasectomy for men.


What is a visictimy?

Perhaps you mean vasectomy, a form of male birth control, where the vas deferens is severed.


Do guys have birth control?

Condoms and vasectomy (sterilization) is all that is currently available - researchers have been working on male birth control for decades, but at this time none have been approved.


What are the birth control methods?

Abstinence Birth Control Implant Birth Control Patch Birth Control Pills Birth Control Shot - Depo-Provera Birth Control Sponge - Today Sponge Birth Control Vaginal Ring - NuvaRing Breastfeeding as Birth Control Cervical Cap Condom - male/female Diaphragm Fertility Awareness-Based Methods IUD Outercourse Spermicide Sterilization - tubal ligation/vasectomy Withdrawal Morning-After Pill is an option it is not a birth control pill but is Emergency Contraception.


What is a permanent method of birth control?

There are permanent methods of birth control for both women and men. For women sterilization can be achieved through tubal ligation a surgical procedure where fallopian tubes are sealed, or non-surgical caps which are inserted in fallopian tubes. For men sterilization can be achieved through a vasectomy, sealing the vas deferens, preventing sperm from reaching the urethra. A vasectomy can be surgical or non-surgical.Vasectomy, tubal ligation, and Essure are considered permanent methods of birth control.


List as many birth control methods as you can?

Abstinence Birth Control Implant Birth Control Patch Birth Control Pills Birth Control Shot - Depo-Provera Birth Control Sponge - Today Sponge Birth Control Vaginal Ring - NuvaRing Breastfeeding as Birth Control Cervical Cap Condom - male/female Diaphragm Fertility Awareness-Based Methods IUD Outercourse Spermicide Sterilization - tubal ligation/vasectomy Withdrawal Morning-After Pill is an option it is not a birth control pill but is Emergency Contraception.


Are Vasectomies used for anything other than sterilization?

yes, vasectomy is used for permanant birth control and for people with disabilities.


What is it called when a man cut their penis?

A vasectomy, is internal cutting for birth control. Cutting the exterior (foreskin), is called circumcision.


Can you get pregnant after not taking your birth control pill for a week?

its not guaranteed to get pregnant BUT the risk is definitely increased


Which birth control methods can be temporary or permanent?

Permanent methods are tubal ligation, vasectomy, and Essure. All other methods are temporary.


Not on birth control if you use a condom?

The only "birth control" that works 100 percent is Abstinence. But a condom will help prevent it, without a condom you have a low percent of not getting pregnant.


Can a guy not get a girl pregnant?

Yes, by not having sex at all, having a vasectomy or using condoms which is best combined with her on birth control pill.


Is it possible to become pregnant if you are taking birth control and prescription drugs?

yes. nothing is ever guaranteed


What is the likelihood of getting pregnant after having both Essure and Vasectomy?

The odds are very low.ESSURE: The ESSURE procedure is known as a "permanent" birth control method; therefore, it significantly decreases the chances of the woman becoming pregnant. If you want to have a child, or still want to know that it's possible to have a child at some point in time, then you could contact the gynecologist and ask about the reversal of tubal sterilization.Vasectomy: This is another form of "permanent" birth control; however, this one affects males only. Now, over 99% of males have seen success in this method. Only 1 or 2 out of 1,000 women have become pregnant after their significant other had a vasectomy. There are really only two ways that a vasectomy can fail:The vas deferens spontaneously reconnect. This is veryrare.No other form of birth control is utilized until the sperm count is guaranteed to be at zero (0).The male can go through a vasovasostomy (or a vasectomy reversal). The success rate of this, however, declines the longer the male waits to be fertile. The chances of success can't be guaranteed ten (10) or more years after the original vasectomy.The vasovasostomy can lead to pregnancy rates of 50% or greater. Also, it has the greater chance of success within three years of the vasectomy. Every procedure comes with risks, so research these things, and be sure this is what you want.Good luck to you and your partner! :)


What percent of couples use birth control and condoms?

89%


Would man actually take birth control pills?

Some men would welcome the opportunity for a reliable method under which they had total control. At this time, only condoms and vasectomy are within a man's control.