Many men may not know that it can be performed by primary care providers. It's an outpatient procedure that requires only a minor surgical procedure and has one of the lowest failure rates across all birth control.
Most men rate the pain as very low, and most return to work within a few days.
Robert Pope, MD, primary care physician with the Texas A&M Family Medicine Residency Program and clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Medicine, performs vasectomies in his primary care practice.
He joins Dr. Roizen to explain what you need to know before you get one.
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