A Man's Guide to Vasectomy Video

A vasectomy how to from the guys at DadLabs. The dads talk to a urologist who explains what happens to men during this surgical procedure. Vasectomies are another birth control and contraception option for couples.
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Clyde: Since the subject of today’s segment is vasectomy, with your permission Daddy Brad, there's just a couple of things I want to just get out of the way. Brad: Go right ahead. Clyde: Ejaculation. Sperm. Erection. Penis. Give me a second here. Testes. Vas deferens. Brad: What are you doing? Clyde: You know I want everybody to have a little chuckle, okay. So we can move on with the segment. Alright. Chism. Brad: Do you think words like chism and erection are funny words? Clyde: Well yeah, I'm laughing. Can't you do the same? Brad: You need to watch more primetime TV, because the commercials these days all urological. Clyde: So people are use to that stuff. How about some smagma? Brad: Now smagma, that’s a funny word. But you know, when it comes to vasectomies, the most disturbing words are clipped, snipped, and fixed. Clyde: Now while those words are upsetting, they're actually completely appropriate. Because as we all know, vasectomy is simply a fancy medical term for having your balls cut completely off. Brad: I don’t think that’s the way it works. Clyde: Well, that’s what they want you to think. But they're after your nuts. Brad: They're not after your nuts. You keep your nuts. At least I think you do. Clyde: Egg plants. Dr. Shaw: So basically, a vasectomy is a 10 minute procedure done here in this very office of mine. We often do it on a Friday, so that way, a man can have his vasectomy done in the afternoon. Take a half day off from work. Recover over the weekend and back to work on Monday. What we do is we usually give our patients a mild sedative so it takes out a little bit of the anxiety out of the equation. We then use a numbing medicine to make a small little numb area on either side of the scrotum. After that’s done, we make a small incision, about the width of your pinkies, a little tiny incision. Through that incision, we lift up the vas deferens. It’s about the width and dimension of a piece of spaghetti. We place two titanium clips on either side and then remove a segment in between those clips. And then we repeat and do it on the opposite side. The discomfort is minimal, so we have to use minimal sedation. Walk right out of here, we usually have your wife or girlfriend or somebody take you home and that's the entire procedure. Clyde: So, they don’t actually cut your balls off. Brad: No. Clyde: What happens if the doctor just slips, just a little? Brad: Dude, they use really tiny scissors not a scalpel. Clyde: And when they're done, you don’t have any problem to use the technical term, pop a boner? Brad: No you can still achieve an erection after a vasectomy. Clyde: And how about the baby butter, does it all settle down in your scrotum and make it like blow up like a grape fruit or something like that? Brad: Baby butter? Nice dude, nice. No, vasectomy does not affect the amount or the color of your seminal fluid. Clyde: Well, if this procedure is so simple straight forward, maybe we should get some close ups. Daddy Troy, roll that ball sac footage. Honore: I cannot believe this, I'm father of realism. And I refuse to be in this silly show. Get me off. I mean, turn that off. You should be ashamed. Brad: Now in spite all the quizeness that guys may feel, a vasectomy is a safe, permanent and effective method of birth control. Clyde: And if you're married, it prevents your wife from having to get a much more dangerous and expensive procedure, a tuba ligation. It also allows her not to have to take birth control that might be less effective or have negative side effects. Brad: In other words, it’s a great mother’s day present. You might get some action too. Clyde: So if you're considering this procedure. There's a few things you should probably think about. Dr. Shaw: To debunk a lot of the myths, there are three main ones. Number one is, will I have orgasms 'til after vasectomy? Yes, if you had them before, you're going to have them afterwards. Okay. So orgasms do not change. Number

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