WHAT IS VASECTOMY?
Vasectomy is a procedure that makes it almost impossible for men to get a woman pregnant. By cutting or blocking two tubes known as the vas deferens, sperm can no longer get into the semen. This procedure has been around for decades and may be the safest, most effective form of birth control currently on the market. Studies show a success rate of 93% for men who choose a vasectomy never having any pregnancy with their partner following the procedure. A vasectomy changes nothing else aside from sperm flow. Your sex life will not change at all. No change in semen or sex drive, just a change in peace of mind.
WHY WOULD YOU CONSIDER VASECTOMY?
When discussing whether or not to receive a vasectomy, there’s are numerous factors to consider before undertaking that surgical snip-snip, especially because there can be some fear that may begin to creep into our minds when thinking the procedure over. We here at NRCOA understand that going through a vasectomy is a big decision, but it doesn’t have to be a scary one. If you and your partner have discussed the topic and want a permanent solution to the use of birth control, we’re the professionals who can help you every step of the way with your vasectomy.
HOW IS IT PERFORMED?
We go over all your medical history to make sure that a vasectomy is right for you. The procedure is administered at our facility and is an outpatient surgery. So if you and your loved one are ready to make the next step for your future, contact us for further information. Don’t let fear get the better of you. Professionals are here to answer all your questions and make sure you’re never in the dark during any step. Choosing a vasectomy is an important decision and that’s why we treat it as such.
Permanent Birth Control
Improve Your Sex Life
It is a One-time Cost
The Procedure is often Covered by Insurance
The procedure will take around 10 minutes, and patients are able to return home immediately following. For recovery, only 48 hours or less are required away from work.
Risks and Side Effects
Long-term issues that occur due to vasectomy are rare. They include fluid buildup in the testicle and pregnancy.
Potential short-term risks of vasectomy include swelling, bruising and infection.
Get Back To Enjoying Life
Call the Natural Restoration Centers of America and visit with Dr. Mitchell Kaye. A vasectomy is one of the most effective methods of birth control. Stop worrying about unwanted pregnancy and enjoying life.