Vasectomy

Whether you’re interested in a vasectomy or vasectomy reversal, you want to feel confident in your surgeon – and at INTEGRIS our surgeons have decades of experience.

Birth control free from pills, patches or devices.

Reliable Family Planning

For most couples, birth control and family planning is something that usually rests on the woman’s shoulders, but vasectomies provide a safe, relatively simple alternative. A vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure that makes a man sterile, or unable to father a child. Generally, vasectomy leaves the patient unchanged except that the vas deferens—the tubes leading to the testes—are blocked using small incisions – or in some cases, no incision at all. A man who has had a vasectomy still produces semen and is able to ejaculate, but the semen doesn't contain sperm and is unable to fertilize a woman’s egg. The level of testosterone, libido, and other sexual characteristics like the ability to have an erection remain the same.

Reversible Birth Control

A vasectomy reversal restores fertility by reconnecting the severed vas deferens. There are plenty of reasons to get a vasectomy reversal, but the most common reasons are remarriage following a divorce, or simply having a change of heart about family planning. Recovery is generally faster than the original vasectomy, and your age shouldn’t be an issue.

Expert Hands

Whether you’re interested in a vasectomy or getting a vasectomy reversed, you’re in the best of hands with INTEGRIS. Our renowned physicians, urologists and surgeons have decades of experience counseling men through the decision-making process, as well as performing the delicate surgery.

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