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Question:

I want to stop seminal fluid, after vasectomy.
How can I do? Is there any surgery I have to do?

Sangram Sahu

Answer:

Dear Sangram Sahu,

A vasectomy prevents the release of sperm when a man ejaculates.

When the vasectomy is complete, sperm can no longer exit the body through the penis.

Vasectomy prevents sperm from mixing with semen by blocking the sperm ducts.

After vasectomy, sperm continue to be produced.

The testicles continue to produce sperm, but they are broken down and absorbed by the body.

Vasectomy only stops the sperm, not the semen.

Thirty percent of the semen is produced and released by the prostate.

Normal ejaculate volumes range between 2 and 5 cc’s.

Sperm only represent a small fraction of the ejaculate.

Seminal vesicles, Cowper’s glands and urethral glands all contribute to the ejaculate.

These glands are not affected after a vasectomy.

The seminal vesicles and prostate gland produce a whitish fluid called seminal fluid, which mixes with sperm to form semen.

The seminal fluid is what carries the sperm.

Seminal fluid is comprised of secretions produced by the prostate gland, Cowper’s gland and the seminal vesicles.

All three combine to produce various types of alkaline fluids.

Fluid from the prostate gland account for about 30% of seminal fluid.

The seminal vesicles produce about 60% of the seminal fluids.

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