- block the fallopian tubes in the female so that the eggs produce by the ovaries cannot unite with sperm.
- This does not change a woman’s ability to have sex or to feel sexual pleasure
Procedure: a trained health worker makes a small incision in the abdomen to gain access to the fallopian tubes, which are not then cut tied or clipped; requires local anesthesia.
- A simple operation in which the tubes that carry the sperm form the testicles are cut.
- This does not change a man’s ability to have sex or to feel sexual pleasure
Procedure: A trained health worker makes a small incision on the scrotum to expose the vas deferens which in the cut, tied, and clipped requires local anesthesia.