Vasectomy Clinic Atlanta

Vasectomy Clinic Atlanta is one of the certified Georgia vasectomy in Atlanta. Vasectomy is one of the most effective methods of birth control in men, with a nearly 100 effective rate in preventing pregnancy. Our doctors are specialized in no-scalpel vasectomy treatment. For any discussion or questions on vasectomy treatment visit our website. We also have a vasectomy video available on our website that describes the processes and technique you can expect our Atlanta vasectomy experts to follow during the procedure. Our doctors usually recommend counselling before the final decision to carry out the procedure is made. The procedure is considered more than 99 effective and deemed a permanent contraceptive. For any discussion or questions on vasectomy treatment visit our website.

When you have a vasectomy, the two vas deferens are cut and clipped to keep sperm from traveling from the testes to the penis. The testes still produce sperm, but since the sperm have nowhere to go, they are harmlessly absorbed by your body. Your prostate and seminal vesicles still produce fluids, so your male hormone level remains the same, so your hair distribution, the pitch of your voice and your sexual drive will not change.

Our vasectomy experts will guide you through the procedure with the use of videos and audio-visual aids. A vasectomy normally works by surgically preventing sperm from entering a man’s semen. At our Vasectomy Video, this process is usually done either by blocking the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the penis, or by sealing them with heat. It is usually a very short surgery - a total of 15 minutes on average - and is carried out under local anaesthesia where the patient will be awake.

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Created: 9/20/2021

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