Fearing incomes may drop, more men consider vasectomies
Mar 17th 2009 7:00PM
Updated Mar 20th 2009 1:47PM
The tough economy is forcing couples to reconsider if they can afford to have another baby, and sending more men to the doctor's office to consider having a vasectomy, according to a San Diego NBC story.
The method of family planning is covered by health insurance, as opposed to luxury medical procedures such as plastic surgery and Lasik surgery that aren't covered. (For a counterpoint, see this post with speculation that bad ecomomies actually drive up births).
Here's the NBC video:
The calculator spit out a cost of $355,906 for raising the daughter I already have, with most of that paying for college. A public college.