Dr Ashley Granot - Talks to Catherine Rodi from Essential Baby about the Male Vasectomy
Source: Essential Baby
Melbourne-based Dr Ashley Granot says he's observed a small social change, but thinks there's still "a long way to go regarding the fragile male ego."
"There is the misconception that an infertile man is less masculine and less virile than one who ejaculates sperm. This same concept has been so throughout the age," he says.
Dr Granot notes that it's important for men to discuss fertility and other men's health issues with "like-minded men", and says that vasectomy parties could be a great way to "loosen up and share ideas".
However, he also warns that it is important not to trivialise the procedure. "The subject of fertility is a serious one and should be treated as such," he cautions.
But if a party isn't really your man's cup of tea, there are other ways to mark the occasion.
Read the full article at: www.essentialbaby.com.au