No-Scalpel Vasectomy

A vasectomy is a simple, safe, and effective form of birth control that blocks the delivery of sperm from the testes. The procedure is done in the office and usually only takes about 20 minutes. Over 500,000 vasectomy procedures are done each year in the United States and is a very effective (99.85%) birth control method.

The No-Scalpel vasectomy is a technique used to do a vasectomy through one single opening. Using local anesthesia (Lidocaine), a puncture is made in the scrotum using special instruments allowing access to the vas deferens. There is no need for a scalpel and thus requires no suturing or stitches. The small opening will simply close on its own resulting in less pain and a quicker recovery.




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