107 no scalpel vasectomy procedures done at a Nashik ZP camp in Surgana | Nashik News – Times of India

107 no scalpel vasectomy procedures done at a Nashik ZP camp in Surgana | Nashik News - Times of India

NASHIK: No scalpel vasectomy (NSV) sterilization procedure was performed on 107 men in Babli village, in a special camp launched by Nashik Zilla Parishad. The ringleader Taluka on Thursday
A senior Nashik Zilla Parishad official told TOI that under the guidance of senior officials, they are spreading awareness among married men about the benefits of the NSV procedure in the rural district.
District Health Officer (DHO) Dr. Sudhakar More “Traditionally, men from tribal areas have always been more frequent for NSVs as compared to non-tribal taluks of the district. Last year, one person each from Baghlan, Nandgaon and Sunar taluk also scalped,” he said. did not opt ​​for vasectomy. This year our aim is not only to encourage people in tribal areas to opt for NSV as a part of family planning but also in non-tribal areas.”
On December 21, they set up a camp at Babli village in Surgana where a record 107 NSV procedures were performed.
As a part of family planning programmes, Nashik Zilla Parishad conducts periodic sterilization camps in the rural district. An official said that when it comes to family planning, many men are willing to undergo the No Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV) sterilization procedure in the district.
During the last financial year, 874 NSV procedures were performed in rural district, of which maximum 367 were done in Sargana taluk, followed by 254 in Peth taluk and 199 in Trimbak taluk, all tribal taluks. During the current financial year, 261 men opted for the NSV procedure till the end of November.
The camp was organized at Babli village in the presence of District Health Officer (DHO) Dr. Sudhakar More and other health experts like Dr. Harshal Nahte, Dr. Rajendra Bagol and Dr. Yuvraj Dewar.
According to the No Scalpel Vasectomy procedure, 17,318 married women underwent tubectomy surgery and 1,236 underwent laparoscopic tubectomy during the last fiscal year.
Till the end of November this fiscal year, 10,313 women underwent tubectomy surgery and 815 underwent laparoscopic tubectomy.
A senior official of the district health department said that family planning is important as it gives the woman enough time to recover from the weakness of childbirth and the spacing between two children also promotes good health and psychological well-being of the children. Ensures

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