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 without impacting his sex drive. 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 do not have to worry about the doctor using a knife on your “manhood”.
Improve your sexual connection with your partner while avoiding any surprises.
Spicing up your love life means intimately focusing on each other rather than constantly worrying about an unplanned pregnancy. If you and your partner want to improve sexual health and connection, then a vasectomy may be the best option.
A vasectomy usually takes less than thirty minutes, can be done in the office, and provides a lifetime of worry-free permanent birth control. Also, according to The Urology Care Foundation, studies show that men are not at an increased risk for prostate cancer, heart disease, testicular cancer, or other diseases after having a vasectomy.
Do you have worries about an unplanned pregnancy? We can help you plan to avoid them.
Performing the procedure
During a traditional vasectomy, a doctor will typically use a needle to inject numbing medication before using a scalpel to cut an incision uncomfortably close to your “boys.” If this doesn’t sound very appealing to you, you’re not alone.
During our minimally invasive procedure, a small amount of anesthetic is used without a needle to numb the area. Then a small puncture, in place of an incision, is made and the vas deferens are pulled through, cut, and cauterized.
What are the benefits?
When compared to a normal vasectomy, there are several benefits to having its minimally invasive counterpart.
- The no-scalpel vasectomy is much faster
- There is less discomfort
- There is less bleeding
- Less recovery time
- There is less chance for infection
- There are no stitches
What vasectomy side effects are there?
The risks associated with vasectomies are minimal and may include:
- Bleeding under the skin
- Chronic discomfort
- Minor infection
Is it an effective form of birth control?
A vasectomy is a very effective method of birth control. However, no method of male sterilization is 100% effective at preventing pregnancy and there is still a slight chance of pregnancy for a few months after the procedure. Our Orlando urologists advise having 20 ejaculations or more to completely remove any last vestiges of fertile sperm before you can safely be considered sterile. As another safety precaution, you can consider getting a semen analysis after a few months.
After the procedure
In the days after the procedure, you should quickly begin healing and feeling less discomfort. We strongly advise that you try to stay off your feet as much as you can for the first day and avoid lifting anything heavy for at least a week, as that puts undue stress on your recovery. You should also talk to your doctor before returning to work or having sex.
Is a vasectomy reversal possible?
A vasectomy reversal is possible; however, you might experience sperm antibodies which will continue to make you sterile even if you choose to have a reversal. In addition, some vasectomies can prove to be permanent, so make sure that you are absolutely ready before you decide to have our no-scalpel, no-needle vasectomy.
Your partner will love you for getting the no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy
Our patients tell us their partners let them know how much they love their men for choosing a vasectomy. Some of the reasons include:
- They no longer must take birth control
- The effectiveness of a vasectomy is greater than 99%
- They don’t have to have a more intense procedure that comes with worse side effects than a vasectomy
- There is a one-time cost compared to paying for contraceptives and birth control continuously
Every year hundreds of thousands of men decide to have a minimally invasive vasectomy in place of a more complicated surgery that their partner would have to go through. Your partner will love you for committing to their well-being by undergoing this minor procedure.
Your sex life doesn’t have to have restrictions or worries about unplanned pregnancy any longer.
Are you ready to commit to your partner’s well-being and your relationship’s sexual health?
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