If you’re like most men who are finished having children (or want none at all), you’ve probably at least considered getting a vasectomy. After all, vasectomies are very effective, simple and inexpensive, and can even be sex-life-changing…in a good way, of course. So why haven’t you scheduled your procedure?
If you’re like many men, the answer may be that you are anxious.
The idea of surgery – even minor, safe surgery – can be upsetting. What if there is a problem? Will it hurt? That’s why the no-scalpel vasectomy is such an exciting development. The No-Scalpel Vasectomy is simple to explain. There used to be only one way to perform a vasectomy, the conventional vasectomy. This required 2 separate incisions into the scrotum, and sutures to close the wounds. The no-scalpel vasectomy is different. It requires only one simple puncture to gain access to the vas deferens, then snip, clip and done. No incision and no stitches! You’ll be given a local anesthetic beforehand, and because there is no incision, the recovery period is much, much easier, with less pain and fewer complications. The No-Scalpel Vasectomy is simply an easier, less traumatic way to do a vasectomy.