What is the most effective method for birth control? Is there any scientific method of determining the sex of the unborn child? Does vasectomy affect the general health of the individual?
Many authorities say that five days before and five days after menstruation is the “safe period” for birth control, although this cannot always be depended on with certainty.
So far, medical researchers have not discovered a sure method of determining the sex of the fetus.
There is no known disadvantage or advantage of vasectomy (ligation of the vas) to the health except that it is one of the surest methods for birth control.
It is much safer and easier for a man to have tying of the vas than for a woman to undergo tying of her fallopian tubes.
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