Tag: "vasectomy" at medical news

May/June 2004 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet

...shing the prostatic end of the vas deferens during vasectomy has been hypothesized to shorten the time needed to reach azoospermia, or the complete absence of sperm in the ejaculate. However, in this randomized clinical trail, a saline flush did not decrease the time required to achieve azoospermia. Click h...

New $9.5 million grant to support Male Contraception Research Center

...now accomplished by male techniques (15 percent by vasectomy and 15 percent by condoms), demonstrating that men are willing to use contraceptives. We wish to provide new hormonal methods that are fully effective and may have additional health benefits--for example, in preventing prostate disease," he added. ...

New study finds vasectomy does not increase prostate cancer risk

.... Although there is no biological explanation why vasectomy might be associated with an increased prostate can...d ideal to examine any possible connection between vasectomy and prostate cancer because, according to the authors, it has both the highest vasectomy prevalence ...

Few women regret sterilization procedures

...ergo tubal sterilization or whose husbands undergo vasectomy later go on to regret either procedure, according ...ut 6 to 7 percent-five years after their husbands' vasectomy or their own tubal sterilization. The study also found that substantial conflict between a woman an...

Of vasectomies, vitamins and prostate-cancer risk: Hutchinson Center study examines the links

...ed Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle: vasectomy does not increase a man's risk of prostate cancer,...y everdesigned to look at prostate-cancer risk and vasectomy in men under age 65.The results of this $1.8 million National Cancer Institute-funded study shouldal...

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