Jesse Mills, MD, award-winning author of the book on men’s health, explains an effective method of birth control for men and women

LOS ANGELES, California, USA, Aug. 18, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jesse Mills, MD, Men’s Health Expert, discusses performing vasectomies, the most effective method of birth control for men and women, and misconceptions that follow the procedure.

A vasectomy is a form of male contraception in which the semen supply is cut off from semen. “What it is is a 10-15 minute outpatient procedure that represents the most effective permanent birth control for both men and women,” says Dr. Mills.

According to research, only 9% of sexually active men in the United States undergo a vasectomy. This revelation is partly due to misinformation and myths about how a man performs after a vasectomy. The biggest misconceptions are that it is painful and will lower libido.

“As more men realize they can be involved in the decision to have a baby, more couples will likely consider a vasectomy. It won’t decrease ejaculation or orgasm sensation. of a man. It won’t lower his testosterone or kill his libido,” says Dr. Mills.

Vasectomies have been around since ancient Egypt, but they really gained popularity in the United States in the 1960s and remain the most effective form of birth control today. In addition to the effectiveness of the procedure, it does not have to be permanent. “Indeed, for all the vasectomies I perform, my surgical training and experience allows me to reverse vasectomies and restore fertility to men and couples whose life plans are ready to welcome another baby!” concludes Dr. Mills.

Jesse Mills, MD has had a medical practice devoted solely to men’s health since 2008 and specializes primarily in andrology and urology practices. He founded Colorado’s first comprehensive men’s clinic, the Center for Men’s Health at TUCC, in 2013, and founded the Men’s Clinic at UCLA, where he is currently Director, in 2016. In his role at UCLA Health, Dr. Mills serves as a medical consultant to the LA Lakers and LA Dodgers. He is also on the faculty of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and is a full-time professor of urology at UCLA. He sees over 3,000 new patients each year for conditions as diverse as low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, male infertility and Peyronie’s disease and lectures internationally on topics related to men’s health. He has authored several peer-reviewed scientific articles and book chapters that can cure the average reader of insomnia. His clinical specialties revolve around male health and include male hormone management, sexual and ejaculatory dysfunctions, male fertility and Peyronie’s disease. He is also particularly interested in restoring fertility and sexuality in men with spinal cord injury.

You can find Jesse Mills, MD primarily at his main office in Santa Monica, listed below:

Santa Monica Urology
1260 15th Street
Office 1200
Santa Monica, California 90404
Phone: 310-794-7700
Fax: 310-394-5302

For appointment requests, feel free to visit: https://e.uclahealth.org/new-patient-appointment-request?utm_source=uclah_organic&utm_content=jesse-mills&utm_campaign=andrology_aq_request-appointment&utm_medium=provider-profile

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