Perhaps you and your significant other have been thinking that your family is complete and you don’t want to run the risk of having any more children. We have Orlando urologists that are well trained in a procedure that will solve your problem, a Vasectomy. A vasectomy is a safe, simple, and effective procedure that ultimately makes a man sterile. Our “No-Scalpel and No-Needle” technique often results in less pain and swelling than the traditional process. At our Orlando urologists clinic we use this procedure as our primary method, so you don’t have to worry about the doctor using a knife on your “manhood”.
With the research and study that has gone into creating the procedure, urologists have found a series of improvements over the normal process.
Despite the faster process, we guarantee you that the no-scalpel no-needle vasectomy is extremely safe and effective as a means of permanent male contraception.
Since you will be anesthetized during the procedure, you will likely not notice any effects until an hour after you’ve gone through with the vasectomy. Afterwards it’s not uncommon to feel slight discomfort, but nothing that should be too painful. Any pain relievers that you can get over the counter can be taken if you are having a hard time dealing with the discomfort.
Regardless of how you feel afterwards, we strongly advise that you try to stay off your feet as much as you can for the first day. Avoid lifting anything heavy for at least a week, as that puts undue stress on your recovery. Talk with your doctor before returning to work or having sex. Just because the process makes you sterile does not mean that you should not take precautions. Our Orlando urologists advise having thirty ejaculations to completely remove any last vestiges of fertile sperm before you can safely be considered sterile.
Even though our procedure is very safe, there are always opportunities for risks, and we want to let you know that they exist. Though traditionally less than the normal technique, the no-scalpel no-needle vasectomy can still cause bleeding and infection. In addition, though there are processes that can reverse a vasectomy, you might experience sperm antibodies which will continue to make you sterile even if you choose to have a reversal. You may also experience inflammatory issues that cause aching in the scrotum, but traditional anti-inflammatory medications can usually make this go away.
If you’re experiencing increased pain or swelling, a darkening or blue colored area, trouble urinating, or increased redness or drainage in the area, call your Orlando urologist immediately.
Vasectomies can be permanent, so make sure that you’re absolutely ready before you decide to have our procedure done. If you would like more information, a consultation, or believe you are ready for the procedure, fill out our contact form or call 407.584.7771.