When it comes to contraception, I believe many people will choose tt!
Nitrogen, as a light bulb, is always hated to the bone by some people, who feel that it hinders their intimate communication between husband and wife.
So, if you want contraception but don’t want to wear it, there is another safe method, which is to undergo ligation surgery.
The question is, who will perform the surgery that requires surgery on the body?
Let’s listen to what everyone has to say first.
@Meijiao Niang: Generally, men do not agree with ligation and feel that it is dangerous to use a knife in their lifeline.
@Wild Lily: Women are also unwilling to undergo ligation, because regardless, the injured are all women.
@Meimei Xiaxia: Can’t we make some contributions to the condom business… Why do women have to go through a life or death dilemma to give you a baby when they want to have a child, and not have to wear a ring to have their stomachs cut and ligated? Anyway, if you don’t want to tie it, wear a condom.
@Muki Mom: During a cesarean section, the doctor would ask if I wanted to have it ligated, and my husband also asked me to do it. Anyway, I didn’t agree and had to do it myself.
So, is ligation surgery really harmful to the body?
Actually, it’s not that scary!
1. Male Ligation
Male ligation is a permanent contraceptive method that is relatively simple, minimally invasive, safe, and less bleeding.
Some people are concerned that men may experience sexual impotence or decreased sexual function after ligation, but this is actually a misconception. Because this surgery only prevents sperm from running out and meeting the egg, it does not mean that sperm will not be produced. In principle, it will not cause any sexual dysfunction problems. If so, it may have a psychological suggestive effect.
After the ligation, don’t rush to aa, but make sure everything is safe. You can go to the hospital to check if there are sperm in your semen. If not, then take it easy.
2. Female Ligation
Female ligation is a safe and permanent method of tubal sterilization. The sterilization method can be performed through abdomen, laparoscopy, or vagina.
The surgery is also relatively convenient, with local infiltration anesthesia as the main method, and epidural anesthesia can also be used. There is no need to fast, get out of bed early, observe vital signs, and prohibit sexual activity for 2 weeks after the surgery.
However, there is a problem that in order to restore fertility needs in the future, it is necessary to unclog the fallopian tubes. The surgery can be complex and may not be successful, and even if successful, it may not necessarily lead to pregnancy.
So, who is better for couples to undergo ligation?
Scientifically speaking, it’s male ligation!
Because male ligation surgery is simpler than female ligation surgery, the entire surgery takes about 20 minutes, and there is no need to stay in bed after the surgery. Rest for about 1 hour before returning home. If there is a need for fertility in the future, you can unblock the vas deferens.
And female ligation is more frustrating because the surgical incision is larger and requires anesthesia. After the surgery is completed, one needs to rest well for a few days. If you want to resume fertility in the future, it will be more difficult.
So, if a couple decides that one of them needs to undergo ligation surgery, male comrades should bravely take on this responsibility. After all, women have already suffered too much during childbirth, and at this time, you should take on something within your power.