What is No-scapel Vasectomy?

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Over 500,000 vasectomy procedures are done each year in the United States.

What is No-scapel Vasectomy? Vasectomy is a simple, safe surgical procedure for permanent male fertility control. The tube (“vas deferens” – also referred to as the “vas”) is a conduit that transports the sperms from the testicles to the outside.  Vasectomy interrupts these tubes and thus achieves the desired result of male sterility.

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Vasectomy Postoperative Care

Vasectomy Postoperative Care

Vasectomy Postoperative Care – Stay as active as your condition and state of well-being allows.  Try different positions when you sit or lie down to find the one most comfortable for you.  A few hours of rest are all that is usually necessary following a vasectomy.

General Measures:  Apply cold cornpresses-intennittent1y (15 minutes on then 15 minutes off) on the operative site. (You may find that a bag of frozen peas works very well!)  Use a scrotal suspensory (jock strap) or briefs for a week or so, you may use it longer if it continues to provide comfort.  You may have sexual intercourse as soon as you are comfortable.  However, you cannot consider yourself to be sterile until there is a successive test on your semen that reveals no sperm.  Use another form of contraception until your test has revealed the absence of sperm.  Showering the next day is acceptable – the dressing comes off best when it is wet.

Semen Sample:  You will need to bring back a semen sample in approximately 12 weeks after the procedure.  Ejaculations will flush out any remaining perm that may continue to be harbored in the tubes. Frequent ejaculations help to ensure a negative test result.

Collection of Sample:  After sample is collected, label the container with your name, and drop

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Vasectomy Day

Vasectomy DayVasectomy Day

You want to know what to do the on your vasectomy day?

  1. May eat a light breakfast or lunch on the day of the procedure.
  2. Make sure the area is completely shaved.  Trim the pubic hair and shave the scrotum sacs
  3. Remember that you will need somebody to drive you home.  We can call your ride home just before the procedure is finished so they don’t have to wait.
  4. Bring snug underwear or jockstrap with you.
  5. Please give AT LEAST A 24 hour notice for any cancelled procedures or a charge will be assessed.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the office.

For patients with mitral valve prolapse and joint replacement ONLY, take your antibiotic 1 hour before procedure.

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