Are Kenyan Men Warming Up to Vasectomies?
In April, a group of doctors performed about 70 free vasectomies in Nairobi, a number that seemed like a low turnout, but that figure indicated progress, according to one of the doctors, Charles Ochieng. A vasectomy involves closing the tubes that carry sperm from the man's testicles, meaning there is no sperm to fertilise the woman's egg during sex.
Vasectomies Slowly Gaining Acceptance
VOA, 28 May 2018
In Kenya and many parts of the world, family planning is mostly considered a woman’s responsibility. Procedures that affect men, like vasectomies, are often shunned and… Read more »
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