No Scalpel Vasectomy VS. Traditional Vasectomy
A vasectomy is a procedure performed on men who have decided they no longer want to have children. The sperm ducts that allow the man’s sperm to pass after ejaculation are severed and blocked during a vasectomy operation. After the surgery, your body will continue to generate semen, but the semen will no longer include sperm during sex.
A vasectomy is a highly effective and long-lasting technique of male birth control, this operation has a success rate of over 99 percent. The tube that connects the testicles and the urethra is severed or clamped to prevent sperm from reaching the urethra. The procedure of this surgery is called a vasectomy because this tube is known as the vas deferens.
Vasectomy surgeries are divided into two categories: No scalpel Vasectomy and Traditional Vasectomy. Let’s go over what you should know about each one of them, what they entail, and who you may contact about getting a good vasectomy surgery.
What Is a No Scalpel Vasectomy?
Since the 1980s, doctors have been carrying out a no-scalpel vasectomy, making it a tried-and-true birth control method for men. A no-scalpel vasectomy begins with a no-needle anesthetic numbing the scrotal skin. The doctor then makes a tiny hole in the scrotum to gain access to the vas deferens, which he then severs and seals. Because the skin puncture is so small, no stitches are required.
No-scalpel vasectomies cause little to no postoperative pain in men. In comparison to men who get a traditional vasectomy, they report a faster recovery time and fewer issues after the surgery.
What is a Traditional Vasectomy?
A needle injection is used to deliver the anesthesia to the scrotum in a Traditional vasectomy. The doctor makes use of a knife to cut into the scrotum and cut the vas deferens. The doctor then stitches up the incision.
Patients who have a Traditional vasectomy face more postoperative pain since the skin is cut open. There is greater bleeding and a lengthier healing time. Traditional Vasectomies have a higher infection rate and a higher risk of complications than scalpel free vasectomy.
The no-scalpel vasectomy has made it easier for men to decide whether or not to have their vasectomy. Another important thing to consider is the procedure, and the inexpensive cost, especially when compared to the cost of a female tubal ligation.
In our Vasectomy Clinic, we execute the safe and successful no-needle no-scalpel vasectomy regularly with no complications. You should anticipate resuming your daily activities and resume your sex life shortly after the outpatient surgery is completed.
If you decide to have children after having a vasectomy operation, Doctors can conduct vasectomy reversals for customers who change their minds and later decide to reverse the operation.
Under local anesthetic, No Scalpel Vasectomy can be performed in the Vasectomy Clinic. A typical vasectomy, on the other hand, is frequently carried out under sedation or general anesthesia.
What Is the Chance of Getting Infected?
After a typical vasectomy, the risk of infection is low, but it drops to less than 1% after a no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy.
What Is the Level of Pain?
Both during and after vasectomy, no-needle, no scalpel vasectomy is associated with little discomfort and pain. Traditional vasectomy recovery and pain, while not as severe as a no scalpel vasectomy, are more pronounced.
- Posted Date - May 27th, 2022