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That's -- move on and ask a question if you know someone a review -- had a vasectomy.
Well listen to advice this morning that says men who get -- should go back to their doctor for a follow -- -- -- -- what about this.
You know we talk about birth control.
We normally -- are mostly talk about women.
But you can have birth control with a mastectomy the -- -- to me.
Cuts or interferes.
With the flow of sperm from the tests to go to the outside so what they do is they stop.
The flow of sperm.
Now after they do this proceed -- There is some sperm left.
And it takes a few weeks for the sperm that's still there.
And -- too good to no longer be present and and fertilize somebody.
Now what you have to remember is this.
One thing if you've had a mastectomy.
Check with your doctor and about three months to see that there are no more sperm left.
Here's another very interesting point that men don't realize.
If you've had a mastectomy and it's saying you don't wanna have any more children you've made up your mind could have these tubes cut.
And and and then you're you're you're -- -- Something happens in your life you need another woman you wherever you want to be fertile again.
The best -- -- is reversible.
In most cases.
So it's it's and minimally.
Invasive operation that's reversible.
But the thing to remember is first.
Three months after you've had -- done.
Check with your doctor to make sure that -- -- any sperm left that can impregnate.
There are -- contrast.
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