Vasectomy male sterilization

Category B - full version without watermark 720x576 (check terms and conditions at The version with watermark is for free to embed . Sperm and male hormones are made in the testicles. The testicles manufacture the male hormone testosterone. They also produce sperm. Sperm cells are carried from the testicle through the vas deferens to the seminal vesicles, where they are mixed with fluid produced by the prostate gland. During ejaculation, sperm cells, seminal vesicle fluid, and prostatic fluid enter the urethra, the tube in the center of the penis through which both urine and semen are passed. A vasectomy is a relatively quick procedure for a man to become sterile because sperm is kept out of the seminal fluid. The sperm continue to be produced in the testes but are absorbed into the body with no ill effects. What this means is you will still ejaculate fluid as before, but without the sperm in it, and there is no danger of an unwanted pregnancy.