Generally speaking, after male ligature, it is infertile. After the ligation operation, if you want to have another child, the male can take the ring and restore the health and then the child. This is not a big influence on the gestation!
The vas deferens resection is divided into two types: conventional vas deferens anastomosis and microscopic vas deferens anastomosis. The former is performed under the naked eye, and the latter is operated by a surgical microscope. The operation is required to be fine and correct to ensure the smoothness of the anastomosis. The success rate of the operation for male recanalization is relatively high, generally reaching 80% or more.
The vas deferens will not affect sexual pleasure after ligation, because semen is a mixture of sperm and seminal plasma, in which the seminal plasma secreted by the prostate, seminal vesicles, urethral glands, etc. accounts for 98% of the total volume. After the vas deferens are ligated, only the passage of the sperm effluent is cut off, and the output of the seminal plasma is still unobstructed.
After the vas deferens are ligated, the testes are not damaged. The seminiferous tubules and interstitial cells of the testes can continue to produce sperm and secretory hormones to maintain normal sexual function in men and maintain men’s secondary sexual characteristics. Therefore, men who want to undergo ligation do not have to worry about loss of sexual ability, premature ejaculation, impotence, etc. after vasectomy.
Some people worry that after the vasectomy, there will be no ejaculation, which will affect sexual pleasure. There are also a few people who have different degrees of sexual dysfunction such as premature ejaculation after sterilization. Experts say that this is mainly a psychological reason, because the vas deferens can still ejaculate after ligation, but there is no sperm in the semen.
Male ligation is to cut off the vas deferens from the testicles to the penis, so that the sperm can not enter the semen and excreted. Therefore, males can not give birth after ligation, but if there are fertility requirements, you can do vasectomy.
Ligation is to avoid fertility, so for males, it is infertile after ligation. What do you want to do if you want to give birth again? How much do you know about male ligation? Let’s see if males can give birth after ligation?