Male Birth Control - A vasectomy is far safer, less expensive, and more verifiable than female tubal ligation. No-needle no-scalpel open-ended vasectomy.
Vasectomy is a simple operation for permanent male contraception. We use no needles- no scalpels and open-ended micro-surgery. Accepting new patients.
Annually, about a half million men in this country who want to practice reliable birth control undergo vasectomies also known as "The Snip".
Vasectomy- Most did not want additional children and felt that a vasectomy was preferable to other forms of birth control.
No-scalpel vasectomy was developed in China in 1974 and has been performed in this country since 1988. The procedure prevents the delivery of sperm during intercourse by blocking the vas deferens (sperm duct) in the scrotum. While a traditional vasectomy involves making an incision in the scrotum and stitches, the microsurgical no-scalpel no-needle vasectomy requires only […]
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Contrary to what older studies may have indicated, there is new research to suggest that men who undergo vasectomy reversals after more than fifteen years have an equal or higher success rate at getting their female partners pregnant than do couples using in vitro fertilization. Specifically, the study found that men who had their vasectomies […]
When circumstances lead a man to seek vasectomy reversal, there is good reason to be hopeful. Reversing the vasectomy involves sewing the ends of sperm-delivering tubes (vas deferens) back together again in a procedure known as a vasovasostomy. This is accomplished with the help of an operating-microscope, as the surgeon makes cuts above and below the […]
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