A vasectomy is a simple, outpatient procedure for permanent male birth control.


A vasectomy is a simple procedure for permanent male birth control. Because vasectomy is minimally invasive and can be performed without general anesthesia, it has become the preferred method of permanent birth control. Nothing, except abstinence from sex altogether, is more reliable. The risk of pregnancy following proper vasectomy is approximately 1 in 100,000.

Vasectomy is an outpatient procedure, commonly performed in a same-day surgery setting. Generally, it’s a matter of patient preference whether the procedure is done using local anesthesia or using intravenous sedation. Occasionally, the testicles may have aching for more than just a few days. The benefits of vasectomy as a permanent form of birth control far outweigh any minor risks.

If you’re interested in vasectomy or just want some additional information, please contact one of the vasectomy experts at The Conrad Pearson Clinic.

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