January 04, 2022
The aim of vasectomy is to create a blockage in the vas deferens, so that sperm can no longer become part of the semen liquid.
During a no-scalpel vasectomy , no incisions are made.
The surgeon uses a locking forceps with a sharp tip to puncture through the skin of the scrotal sac.
Because the puncture site is so small and is just through the skin, stitches are usually not required, and healing time is quick.
As compared to a traditional vasectomy, the no-scalpel approach is a less invasive and quicker procedure (approximately 30 minutes).
The procedure is done under deep sedation and local anesthesia.
The no-scalpel vasectomy is extremely effective—99.85% to 99.9%.
Typically, it does not have any major side effects and is only linked to a very small chance of infection and little pain.
Some men report short-term tenderness and a little bit of bruising after the procedure.
They are discarded in a couple of hours and the next day they can return to their normal activities.
This procedure is intended to be permanent.
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