In conventional vasectomy, a physician makes 1 or 2 small cuts in the skin of the scrotum, which has been numbed with a local anesthetic. The vas deferens is cut, and a small piece may be removed. Next, the doctor ties or clips the cut ends and sews up the scrotal incision. The procedure is then repeated on the other side.
How is a conventional vasectomy performed?
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