A vasectomy performed with a scalpel goes something like this: The doctor reaches for a scalpel, makes an incision on both sides of the patient's scrotum, fingers around for the vas, cauterizes each side of the spermicidal conduit, and stitches 'em up. If the patient is lucky, he can expect minor swelling and a little bleeding. If he isn't, the procedure can lead to several blood vessels being cut -- which can lead to more bleeding -- which can lead to, in some... More >>>