Vasectomy

Vasectomy is the most reliable form of male contraception. It is a short surgical procedure that ensures interruption of the vas deferens in the scrotum.

Pearl index

Pearl Index - number indicating the reliability of the various contraceptive methods. Indicates the number of pregnancies among 100 couples using the typical method of contraception during one year. Trussell J. Contraceptive efficacy 2011.

Vasectomy does not affect the quality of erections and orgasms. The volume of ejaculate is reduced by only 5%. When using the scalpel free technique, the procedure can be performed under local anesthesia, with a small wound which is not noticeable after healing. There is no need for hospitalization or absence from work post-surgery. Compared to conventional vasectomy, the scalpel free technique offers far less complications. Scalpel free vasectomy is the standard in the USA.

Why undergo vasectomy?

You want to enjoy sex without fear of unwanted pregnancies.

Your partner can not or does not want to use contraception.

Pregnancy is a health risk for your partner.

You do not want any additional children.

You do not want to risk the transmission of genetic diseases.

Save money for other contraceptive methods.

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Why scalpel free vasectomy?

Advantages of scalpel free vasectomy:

Faster healing times,

less pain,

less inflammation and bleeding complications,

better cosmetic effect,

shorter duration time of surgery.

Vasectomy is not suitable if:

You are young and you do not have a clear understanding or agreement about starting a future family.

To undergo vasectomy just to make your partner happy.

Completely rely on the reversibility of this procedure in the future.

Vasectomy does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases.

No scalpel vasectomy

Sexual life without worries

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