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I was reading about Vasectomy the other day, and from what I learned, it's basically a process where they cut out a portion of the Vasa deferentia so that none of the sperms can reach the Seminal Vesicle. Now what I want to know is how that isn't causing any adverse effects. First of all, where do all those sperms go? If they just accumulated around the region that was cut off, isn't there a chance of some kind of infection or something? And secondly, since the male body never stops producing sperms, won't the sheer volume of sperms that are produce have any effects? Thanks.
Re: How come Vasectomy has no adverse effects?
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