Piles Procedure Best Centre for Piles Treatment Recover in 1 day Request a Call-back 60+ Best doctors in town 100+ Satisfied Customers 100+ Satisfied Customers 12+ Clinics Team of Qualified & Experienced Doctors All insurance accepted 24*7 Support World-Class Medical Facilities Team of Qualified & Experienced Doctors All insurance accepted 24*7 Support World-Class Medical Facilities The Future of Birth Control is here Get Vasectomy treatment at Practo Care Surgeries Request a FREE consultation The Future of birth control is here Get Vasectomy treatment at Practo Care Surgeries Request a FREE Consultation Our Experts Surgical experts at Practo Care Surgeries come with 10+ years of experience in treating 50+ ailments. Dr. Vijay C R Reddy General Surgeon ● 20 Years Experience Overall ●10000+ Happy patients 4.8 Dr. Parameshwara C M General Surgery ● 21 Years Experience Overall ●16000 + Surgeries Performed 4.9 Dr. Nanda Rajaneesh Laparoscopic Surgeon ● 26 Years Experience Overall ●10000+ Happy patients 4.5 Dr. Munisekhar Reddy, General Surgeon ● 10 Years Experience Overall ●5000+ Happy patients 4.6 Want to know more about our experts? Request a FREE Consultation Treatments we offer Get access to the best treatment options and expert care for improved outcomes. 1. Conventional Method (Scalpel Vasectomy) Treatments we offer Conventional Method (Scalpel Vasectomy) The Scalpel Vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure that takes around 30 minutes to complete. Here you will be asked to lie on an examination table and a local anaesthetic will be injected into the skin of your scrotum with the help of a syringe to make the area numb to pain. Once the area is numb, incisions are made on either side, over the upper part of the scrotum to locate the vas deferens in each testicle. The vas deferens in one testicle are cut and a small piece is removed and a gap is left between the two ends of the vas deferens. The ends of the vas deferens are cut and can be tied together, using heat, applying surgical clips, or by inserting a tissue between them. The same procedure is done on the other vas, through the same cut or a new cut is made. Finally, the cuts on the scrotum are closed with dissolvable sutures (stitches). 2. No-scalpel/No-needle Vasectomy Treatments we offer No-scalpel/No-needle Vasectomy The no-needle vasectomy is performed without a surgical cut. This procedure takes about 20 minutes. Here, your doctor will use a local anaesthetic to numb your scrotum. Then, a tiny puncture hole is made in the skin of the scrotum to access the tubes. In this procedure, the skin is not cut with a scalpel. The vas deferens on each side are located at cut and sealed in the same manner as in the conventional method. The advantages of this procedure over the conventional method include less blood loss during the procedure. The procedure time is also shorter. It has fewer complications and is comparatively less painful for the patient. 3. Vas Clip Vasectomy Treatments we offer Vas Clip Vasectomy In this procedure, a small clip is used to clip the vas deferens. Here, the scrotum is made numb by local anaesthetic, and a cut/ hole is made on the scrotal skin to reach each vas deferens. Once the vas is located, it is clipped instead of cutting or sealing it. This stops the movement of sperms through the vas. Vas clip vasectomy is not a permanent method of birth control as the clip can be removed in the future if the patient wants to father children. The disadvantage with a clip vasectomy is that the surgeon performing this procedure should place the clip accurately. As the clip is adjustable, if it is placed too loose, the flow of the sperms may still occur and if the clip is placed too tight, it will cause damage to the vas deferens, which can make the reversal difficult if required. 4. Laser Vasectomy Treatments we offer Laser Vasectomy In the laser vasectomy technique, a laser is used by the doctor to seal the vas deferens. However, Laser Vasectomy is not the preferred treatment as it does not have any advantages over the no-scalpel approach. The laser vasectomy does not offer increased reversibility that could improve its position as a contender to the no-scalpel method. Lasers could have a future in vasectomy when it allows for a “no-touch” approach that would avoid both local anaesthesia and surgical manipulation of the scrotum. Want to know more about our experts? Request a FREE Consultation What is Vasectomy? Vasectomy, also known as male sterilization, is a minor procedure done in males to prevent pregnancy. In a vasectomy, the vas deferens (tubes that carry sperm from the testis to the penis) are cut and sealed.Pregnancy occurs when during intercourse, sperm in a male fertilizes an ovum (egg) in the female. Sperms are microscopic male reproductive cells that are made in your testes. The testes (egg-shaped glands) are present in the scrotum (sac of skin in which the testes are present) at the base of the penis. From the epididymis, the sperms are transported via the vas deferens to the ejaculatory duct, which opens into the urethra. The sperms are ejaculated in the semen during intercourse by the penis. The penis is the primary male reproductive organ whose main function is to transfer sperm into the vagina. 1. What happens during the procedure of Vasectomy? What happens during the procedure of Vasectomy? During a vasectomy, small tubes that carry sperms from your testicles (vas deferens) are cut and sealed off or blocked. This prevents the sperms from traveling outside the testes where they are produced. This means that after a vasectomy, you will be able to produce semen, have an orgasm, and ejaculate but you will not be able to get your partner pregnant as there will be no sperms in your semen. 2. What's the need for Vasectomy? What's the need for Vasectomy?A vasectomy is a form of birth control. This procedure is opted by people who do not wish to have a child at the moment. In Vasectomy, Sealing or cutting the vas deferens prevents sperm from reaching the urethra. The goal of the vasectomy is for the man to have no sperm in his ejaculate so that his ejaculate cannot cause pregnancy. A vasectomy is one of the most effective methods of birth control. 3. Post Operative Care for Vasectomy Post Operative Care for VasectomyPost the procedure of vasectomy, you will be kept under observation for 1-2 hours in the surgery centre/hospital. Your vital signs such as temperature, pulse, and breathing rate would be recorded. Once you are stable, you can return home. Before leaving the hospital, you will be given all the necessary instructions that need to be followed during the days after the surgery. Your doctor will also prescribe the necessary medications which will include painkillers to relieve any pain and antibiotics to prevent bacterial infections. Read More Practo Care Surgeries Safe and advanced surgical treatment. Want to know more about our clinics? Request a FREE Consultation Fairfield Derma Clinic Fairfield Derma Clinic Want to know more about our clinics? Request a FREE Consultation Relieve yourself from Anal fissure Get treatment with our brilliant surgeries Relieve yourself from Anal fissure Get treatment with our brilliant surgeries Hear it from our patients I had opted for vasectomy sometime back, as my wife and I weren't planning to have a child. I went under vasectomy surgery at Fairfield and the experience was remarkable. Jay SomaniMarketing Manager After my Vasectomy surgery at Fairfield in Delhi, I am glad I did not have to face any complications and my treatment took place successfully. Karan BhattAdministrative Head I went under vasectomy surgery about a week back. I was really tense at first but with the experienced doctors at Fairfield Healthcare, I was relieved. Rohan AroraChief Operational Head My vasectomy treatment took place at Fairfield in Delhi and I did not have to worry about the cost of the surgery, as it got covered under my insurance. Haresh Parab Managing Director Fairfield Healthcare to touch the lives of millions, providing the best care and world-class treatment for the community. Why Practo Care Surgeries? We bring expertise, care and technology together to give you end-to-end surgical solutions for 50+ ailments. 60+ Best doctors in town 100+ Satisfied Customers 12+ Clinics Why Practo Care Surgeries? We bring expertise, care and technology together to give you end-to-end surgical solutions for 50+ ailments. 60+ Best doctors in town 100+ Satisfied Customers 12+ Clinics Team of Best Piles Specialists All insurance accepted 24*7 Support World-Class Medical Facilities 4.5+ Avg rating 100+ Doctors 60+ Clinics 12+ locations 4.5+ Avg rating Frequently Asked Questions What are the complications of Vasectomy? There are no serious complications after the procedure but a few side effects are noticed, which can be alleviated by medication such as severe pain in the scrotum, Redness, swelling, and bruising at the incision site, Infection at the incision site., etc. If these complications persist or there is worsening of your symptoms, it is advisable to contact your doctor immediately. Who performs Vasectomy? Vasectomy is done by a urologist. They are specialized in treating any disorders affecting the male reproductive system. Is a Vasectomy Reversible? In most cases, vasectomy is considered a permanent procedure. Vasectomy can be reversed but the process is cumbersome and the success of the reversal varies from person to person. How to Know if Your Vasectomy is Successful? In order to make sure your vasectomy is a success, you must return to the vasectomy clinic three months after the procedure for a semen analysis, which will reveal whether there are any active sperm still present in your ejaculate. A successful vasectomy results in zero active sperm. What are the advantages of vasectomy? A vasectomy is more than 99% effective at preventing pregnancy in the woman. Long-term effects on health are rare. It does not affect the hormone levels, sex drive, or interfere with sex. It may be chosen as a simpler and safer alternative to female sterilization. It is a safe procedure with minimal side effects. What are the disadvantages of vasectomy? The main disadvantage of vasectomy is that it doesn’t protect the person against sexually transmitted infections.Though reversal may be possible in some circumstances, but it’s not always an option. Reversal is more complicated than the initial procedure.