What really is vasectomy?
Vasectomy is a microsurgery procedure with the purpose of causing a periodical infertility in men. It is one of the most popular forms of contraception in USA and many other countries. It is safe, simple and highly effective (99,9%). Although men continue having sexual intercourse and orgasms as previously, their sperm does not contain spermatozoa.
The no-scalpel technique - No-Scalpel Vasectomy (NVS) - is one of the two main surgical methods of performing vasectomy. Most doctors support NVS. The use of scalpel as well as the cut itself is not required, only skin sloughing without stitching up. Additionally, while applying this technique, smaller discomfort is observed with reduced risk of bleeding or infection. The scar is almost invisible. Since July 30 this year, after eight years of clinical experiences we apply the method called "Total Vasectomy" (TV). What does this mean? In TV: on a given vas deferens we put double non-dissolvable stitches, cut out several millimeters of the vas deferens and micro-coagulation of the vas deferens outlets.
How long does the NVS procedure last (Non-Scalpel Vasectomy)?
The very NVS procedure lasts 7-10 minutes. Depending on the anatomy of the vas deferens the procedure may last as long as 25 minutes. Patient is in the room for about 30 minutes, and this is related to the preparation, reading and signing of documentation, conversation before and after the procedure.
After the vasectomy it is advisable to be careful and lead a sparing life style for about 7 days since the patient may feel slight pain and delicate "pulling".
How efficient is NVS?
Vasectomy in comparison to other contraception methods is the most efficient contraception method. Couples which choose highly effective and permanent form of contraception frequently pick vasectomy, the efficiency of which exceeds 99,9%.
Description of the Total Vasectomy TV method
After many conversations and discussions conducted most frequently during the vasectomy procedure, I decided to show future Patients what the very procedure of VASECTOMY is like. Very frequently, such is their request. The second request, a very frequent one is: "Doctor, please do not show this movie on an Internet website because it looks horrible, maybe only two pictures or so". This is the most frequently conduced procedure in the world. So far, over 70 000 000 such procedures have been conducted. And a significant number of Men are frequently afraid of pain (painless procedure) after the procedure. Sometimes I ask them: "have you ever been kicked with a football in your crown jewels?" If you compare a football hit with anesthesia and the pain after vasectomy, the latter really feels like caresses. As men, in comparison to women we do not frequently have anything to do with pain - especially in that area of our body. The most frequent reason, which justifies the decision to perform vasectomy is: "I do not want to trouble my wife/partner with contraceptive pills and we are not planning to have any more children". These are the two main causes of taking the decision to perform vasectomy.
... In pictures I present the vasectomy procedure step by step, also looking at our beautiful
Explanation to the vasectomy procedure!!!
The use of surgical stitches in the vasectomy procedure only serves to block two ends of the cut out vas deferens. The core of the procedure is to cut out a piece of the vas deferens.
The entire view of the lens in the camera amounts to 6-8 mm, although in the picture it looks slightly magnified. In one of the pictures where the end of the procedure was shown it is difficult to see the micro-scars on the surface of the scrotum skin. Similarly, we will not see any stitches there. You also do not see any needle and syringe. Therefore, let us look at the "Total vasectomy procedure" together. In the pictures below, you can not see the moment of putting on the surgical stitches on the vas deferens, cutting out several millimeters and performing a micro-coagulation of outlets of the vas deferens, although these activities are being performed. This was dictated by the request of sensitive patients, that these procedures should not be recorded in the pictures.