Get A Vasectomy To Get Off Work To Watch Basketball It's March Madness, but college basketball games are inconveniently scheduled during work. Many urologists say they see a spike in vasectomy procedures in March.
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Get A Vasectomy To Get Off Work To Watch Basketball

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It's March Madness, but college basketball games are inconveniently scheduled during work. Many urologists say they see a spike in vasectomy procedures in March.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. It's that time of year, March Madness, when college basketball games are inconveniently scheduled during work. I mean, you might sneak in some discreet TV viewing at the office, or you could just schedule a vasectomy. It turns out many urologists see a spike in that procedure in March. Some clinics even advertise that it's the perfect time. You simply need to recover on the couch - doctor's orders. But it's not so painful that you can't watch the TV with a little beer. It's MORNING EDITION.

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