When do you get a vasectomy? What are the risks?

Today in science:What to expect when you get your vasectomyResults from the vasectomy procedure.

A vasectomy is a procedure in which a man removes the skin on his penis, the vas deferens, that keeps sperm in his womb.

It can be performed by an urologist, an optometrist, or a physician.

The procedure is usually done at the surgeon’s office.

The procedure can also be performed at home.

The doctor will have to perform an X-ray, take a sample of blood, and attach it to a probe.

He then will inject a small amount of vasoactive ingredient called a dye.

The dye will bind to the sperm and prevent it from ejaculating.

The vasectomy lasts about a minute.