Where does all the sperm go after a vasectomy?
This is a question that should be asked, and better yet—should be addressed before it is even asked when a man is grabbed by the balls by his wife to go for a vasectomy.
But it’s not.
As long as male sterilization has been around in the form of vasectomies, there have been men living life with the untold side effects that come with absorbing your own spermatozoa back into your body. The issue is that it is permeating the blood-brain barrier…so, essentially, what is going on is that vasectomized men are literally f**king themselves. What is happening is that men are setting themselves up for the same autoimmune diseases that are plaguing women.
It seems as though the sperm that a man reabsorbs into his body contain that pesky little protein, Tao, which is complicit in causing dementia (most notably Alzheimer’s), as well as other neurodegenerative and auto-immune diseases. The reason this occurs is that there is a increased mediator that puts the man at HIGH RISK for a self-induced immune response to his own sperm.
Sperms are not meant to live outside the testis, and to further complicate matters, sperm share antigenic epitopes with the brain. What does this mean? Well, according to several studies, the BEST one can hope for is some slight form of dementia, but there is the possibility after 20 years of a vasectomy to develop a Down’s Syndrome type of brain structure.
Yes, that’s right, after years of your brain’s Tao becoming entangled with the Tao in your sperm’s manchette (a little “messenger bag” so to speak, of proteins like Tao that is located on the head of the sperm), you can…somehow…give yourself…a forms of Down’s that impairs your cognition in an eerily similar way that Down’s Syndrome does. And women—don’t think that you aren’t at risk for this too. By absorbing sperm-less semen, you can develop mysterious neurodegenerative diseases, as well as PPA (a form of dementia) and a behavioral disorder/mental illness that is described as “a combination between bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.”
This is all aside from the other side effects following a vasectomy, including the immediate pain of spermata granuloma, which usually occurs as soon as 1-3 days post-surgery. Spermata granuloma is when there is a “traffic jam” of sperm in the vas deferens. In other words, the sperm haven’t figured out that they can’t exit the man’s body the way God intended…and so they have not assessed the situation yet. Eventually, they’ll accept their fate and realize that there is NO WAY OUT…
…and that they will have to cross into the man’s blood stream, where they will either be absorbed by the man’s tissue (i.e. to develop Microchimerism), or they will cross the blood-brain barrier and flood the man’s brain with the Tau that they are naturally equipped with to facilitate the permeation into the ova, making the creation of a zygote an easy possibility…as God intended that Tau to be used for. Tau protein on the sperm is completely harmless, as without it, sperm and zygote aster formation would not be at all possible.
Tau on the sperm ALSO serves a major role in that without it, dysfunction of the centrosome (the main microtubule organization complex) will result in developmental abnormities after fertilization, causing in the embryo either physical deformities or eventual mental impairments, or a spontaneous abortion (a.k.a. miscarriage).
As though this weren’t enough, research suggests that the accumulation of Tau outside of the reproductive tract impairs sperm function and transport. Worse, it has been suggested in the context of tauopathies (diseases from Tau) that male sexual health is impacted so greatly from the build-up of these degenerative proteins that libido becomes nearly non-existent, and ejaculation is so weak and/or painful that no pleasure is derived from sex.
While these are enough to convince anyone that vasectomies should be banned, there are even more post-vasectomy complications that are too much to touch on in one article, such as the plummeting Testosterone rate, weight gain (most likely from either the low Testosterone which causes low energy), the pain, and of course…the unrecognized, silent regret and depression that one of the most important functions of a man—to share his seed with his wife, whether for the purposes of procreation or pleasure—has been stripped from him, thanks to ignorant forms of feminism and anti-male agendas.
So, now you know. And you may say after reading this, “But my wife and I don’t want any/anymore children. My life is complete—and the birth control pill and tubal ligation are very dangerous.” Well, if your wife truly loved you as she loved herself…as it’s obviously you love her enough to consider sterilizing yourself to support her interests and well-being…but if she truly loved you, she would recognize these complications and honor and respect the decision to forego such a barbaric procedure.
Even if these lifetime side effects of pain, autoimmune disease, and hormonal imbalances were less than 0.0000001% of a risk, the idea that they could be a possibility at all should be enough to view vasectomies as an absolute NO.
Just as the conception of a child is a team effort, contraception is also a team effort. The natural family planning/”Rhythm” method on her part (there are even Apps for this to make it so simple and convenient) in combination with 500mg-1000mg of Rutin from days 10-28 of the menstrual cycle, and the pull-out method 5 days before ovulation and 1 day after (for a total of 6 days) on his part will keep all things natural, safe, and non-pregnant. To be extra safe during the fertile days, you can simply abstain from vaginal sex and find enjoyment in other ways, such as oral sex or being intimate through touch.
There are NO side effects from these natural ways, aside from having to submit to a little bit of discipline.
Don’t get a vasectomy…and certainly don’t use hormonal birth control either! Instead, use Natural methods, such as pull-out with the Rhythm Method + Rutin, and exercise some healthy discipline. You’ll see that this form of birth control is 100% effective when employed precisely and consistently.
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