Vasectomy in Miami
If you’re ready to experience the sexual liberation of a vasectomy, the best choice is the non-surgical vasectomy that we perform here at Perito Urology. This method is faster, less painful, and less invasive than a traditional vasectomy, with shorter downtime and a lower risk of complication. Both functionally and aesthetically speaking, Perito Urology is one of the leading providers of penile and urological men’s health services in the nation.
A Quick and Easy Procedure for Permanent Birth Control
A vasectomy is a simple surgery done in office, hospital, or clinic. The small tubes in your scrotum that carry sperm are cut or blocked off, so sperm can’t leave your body and cause pregnancy. The procedure is very quick, and you can go home the same day. And it’s extremely effective at preventing pregnancy — almost 100%.
A vasectomy (male sterilization) is a surgical procedure to cut or seal the tubes that carry a man’s sperm to permanently prevent pregnancy. We utilize the minimally invasive “No Scalpel” vasectomy technique wherein we incorporate a special set of instruments to minimize trauma.
It’s usually carried out under local anesthetic, where you’re awake but don’t feel any pain and takes about 15 minutes.
In rare cases, you may have a general anesthetic, where you’re asleep during the operation.
- A vasectomy is more than 99% effective.
- It’s considered permanent, so once it’s done you don’t have to think about contraception again.
- It doesn’t affect your sex drive or ability to enjoy sex. You’ll still have erections and ejaculate, but your ejaculate won’t contain sperm.
- You’ll need to use contraception for at least 8 to 12 weeks after the operation, because sperm will still be in the tubes leading to the penis. Some patients opt to bring in their 21st ejaculate after vasectomy for evaluation allowing them to not need to wait the minimum of 8 weeks.
- Up to 2 semen tests are done after the operation to make sure that all the sperm have gone.
- Your ball sack (scrotum) may become bruised, swollen or painful – some men have ongoing pain in their testicles.
- As with any surgery, there’s a small risk of infection and hematoma.
- It’s very difficult to reverse, so be sure it’s right for you.
- A vasectomy doesn’t protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), so you may need to use condoms as well.