A vasectomy is a minor surgical method performed for changeless contraception (conception prevention). The vas deferens on each one side of the scrotum (the "sac") is partitioned and blocked. The vas is a long tube that runs from every testicle to the urethra (urinary section). It directs sperm at the time of discharge. At the point when the vas is separated and obstructed, the discharge liquid (semen) is free of sperm and the egg created by the lady can't be prepared to begin a pregnancy.

This technique ought to be viewed as a changeless manifestation of contraception. Despite the fact that the vas can regularly be reconnected, attaining a pregnancy may be more troublesome because of various variables influencing the nature of the sperm and the tubes' capacity to recuperate.