The road to vasectomy began with my fascination with pace women health project and has developed through active reproductive health outreach program, intellectual stimulation, clinical satisfaction, and personal exploration. Prior to pace, I volunteered and worked in karamoja. These experiences led me to doing a degree in nursing, and throughout the classroom years I developed a keen sense that I wanted to further my passion through a career in reproductive health. Finally, during community family planning visits I discovered my aptitude for permanent methods for both women and men, and preventive medicine.
When I graduated with an undergraduate degree in nursing, I found myself with a highly technical degree that prepared me for basic clinical work. However, after one year in providing vasectomy, I yearned for human interaction. As a result I took a position with safe motherhood ad community health care services all I teso to expand clinical and educational services to a clinically u
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Use this guidance to select a review rating for each of the stages through your vasectomy journey.
Pre-procedure information: How well were you informed in advance about vasectomy, it’s permanency, use of contraception until sperm count is zero, potential complications etc.
Pre-vasectomy instructions: Were they thorough and clear? (How to prepare for your procedure, what to wear, etc.)
Reception and wait time: How satisfied were you? (Communication from staff, timeliness of appointment, etc.)
Vasectomy procedure: How satisfied were you with the experience? (Lack of pain, ease of procedure, duration of procedure, etc.)
Post-vasectomy follow-up: How satisfied were you? (Ability to reach doctor after hours, follow up sperm count, etc.)