Once you have considered all other options of birth control, you might decide that you want a permanent measure. You might find that other methods of birth control are time consuming, frustrating, or have unpleasant side effects.
You might choose to have a vasectomy or tubal ligation performed if you have finished having a family and don’t want any more kids. Or, you might decide that you don’t want to kids at all.
If your health or your partner’s health might be endangered by a future pregnancy, this is a way to permanently prevent pregnancy.
Sterilization methods are also good tools if you want to prevent passing down a hereditary illness.
You should always talk to your family about your choice. You and your partner should agree, but neither person should feel pressured in a situation when you are making long-term, life-altering decisions.
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