Why Vasectomy Makes You a True Man and Hero for your Partner
What is vasectomy? Is it true that vasectomy is the same as castration? Is vasectomy an accepted practice in Kenya?
As the clock ticks towards the World Vasectomy Day to be held on the 18th of November 2016 at the Kenya National Theater, many people seem not to be aware of the term vasectomy. Some think vasectomy is gross and some believe that vasectomy is the same as castration. Are these perceptions true?
The insinuation that vasectomy is the same as castration is wrong and not true. Vasectomy is a family planning process for men. It is a permanent method of birth control undertaken by men. This process, upon one undergoing it, prevents the release of sperms when a man ejaculates.
Many men in Kenya believe that there is no pleasure in sex if there is no an ejaculation. So, does vasectomy stop you from ejaculating? No. Never. You will still ejaculate the only difference being that your semen will not be carrying sperms along with it and, therefore, you will not be able to make someone pregnant. As simple as that.
After undergoing vasectomy, you will still be a man. In fact, a strong man. You will retain your erection, your orgasm, your semen and your everything except the sperms. You will actually be more rejuvenated while having sex because you will have no doubt in your mind of making someone pregnant or having to pull out at the height of your enjoyment. In fact, there is nothing as painful for a man as having to pull out when he is about to ejaculate.
Vasectomy has various advantages especially when it comes to family planning. This is best suited for men who already have children and would not wish to have more children. Some say it is for those who don’t want kids any more. It helps you have a manageable family. A family that you can feed without any problem as well as being able to take them to school. You have two or three children? You don’t want any more kids? You want to stop gambling? As a man, take the bold step and go for vasectomy.
World renowned Doctor in the world of performing vasectomies, Dr. Doug Stein is already in Kenya with many other medical professionals ready for the World Vasectomy day. The process will be offered free of charge and the only thing you need is to avail yourself.