Myths regarding vasectomy among men
Author(s): Rukmanee Malviya, Pratima Patel, Preeti Ahirwar, Pradeep Vishwakarma, Poornima Kewat, Pooja Kushwah, Pooja Amrute, Pooja Nagle, Nand Kishore
Contraception is a method or a device used to prevent pregnancy. Vasectomy is one of the most contraceptive method. Vasectomy a form of male sterilization utilizing bilateral disruption of the vas deferens to halt the transmission of spermatozoa during ejaculation is an outpatient procedure that can be performed in the office setting under local anesthesia, with most patients reporting only minimal postoperative pain. The present study was conducted to assess the myths regarding vasectomy among men in selected areas of Bhopal (M.P.). Totally 100 samples were taken by using purposive sampling technique. The research design selected for present study was descriptive and non- experimental design. Result The chi-square statistic of age group is 25.716 and the p-value is .264. The result is insignificant at p <.05. The chi-square statistic of marital status is 10.149 and the p-value is .517. The result is insignificant at p<.05. The chi-square statistic of educational status is 52.641 and the p-value is .174. The result is insignificant at p < .05. The chi-square statistic of occupational status is 44.888 and the p-value is .081. The result is insignificant at p < .05. The chi-square statistic of residence group is 17.025 and the p-value is .107. The result is insignificant at p < .05. The chi-square statistic of religion group is 40.963. The p-value is .000. The result is significant at p <.05. There was no significant association found between the myths regarding vasectomy among men with selected socio-demographic variables.
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