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Schedule Your Vasectomy Now to Recover While Watching the Olympics.

Once you’ve decided that you no longer want to have any children, you can simply call and schedule your vasectomy. However, that’s not typically how it goes. Men tend to put off scheduling a vasectomy for many months or even years after they make the decision not to have more children.

Sometimes it takes a pregnancy scare to remind men that taking responsibility for their reproductive decisions is important.

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When Considering a Vasectomy

If you are considering a vasectomy, you are probably not making the decision lightly. A vasectomy is a permanent procedure that you want to carefully consider with your partner, if you have one. If you want a healthcare professional to talk with you about your decision and you live in Austin, Texas, or the surrounding areas,

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Vasectomy: What is it, how is it done and 7 reasons to consider it

What is a vasectomy? A vasectomy is permanent birth control for men. How is it performed? As this article states, the procedure are as follows:

The scrotum and testicles are cleaned and, at times shaved
An IV of medication to prevent anxiety and/or make the patient sleepy might be administered
Both vas deferens are found by touch
A local anesthetic is administered
One or 2 small cuts are made;

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Celebrity Vasectomy Reversals

Whether getting a vasectomy was a hasty decision, or a well thought out decision, it is a good thing they are reversible! Vasectomy reversals are possible, and at Urology Austin, we can help you have the family you want, if you decide your vasectomy was a mistake.

Take it from a few celebrities who have talked about getting a vasectomy,

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Vasectomy Testimony

At Urology Austin, what makes us so successful are our amazing doctors and loyal patients. Many reasons why you would need to visit a urologist are sensitive, and things you want to be handled with the utmost respect and care. Elevated PSA, prostate cancer, kidney stones, vasectomies, and vasectomy reversals are all things you may not go around talking to everyone you know about.

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What is a Vasectomy?

Most of us know that a vasectomy is a permanent form of birth control. You probably know that it is a minor surgical procedure, normally done right in the office under local anesthesia.

Let’s spend a couple of minutes looking at the details of what actually happens during a vasectomy. First, though, a little anatomy.

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Vasectomy Saves Mother From Shopping Madness

When people see Annie in the store, she often gets comments like, “Wow, looks like you’ve got your hands full!” and “you know what causes that right?” To which she wishes she could reply, “Yes! I do have my hands full thank you very much, now would you mind picking up that shoe for me?”

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Vasectomies — What You Need to Know About Permanent Birth Control for Men

Vasectomies became a popular permanent birth control method in the late 1950s and 1960s with approximately 750,000 men opting to have the procedure. Today, the Urology Department at UCLA reports that approximately 500,000 men undergo vasectomies each year in the United States.

A minor, safe outpatient surgical procedure, a vasectomy entails surgically closing off the tubes that deliver sperm to the testes.

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Recovering from your Vasectomy

If you are considering a vasectomy, you will likely find more information than you can digest about the procedure itself and your initial recovery from the procedure. That information may not answer your more pressing questions, namely, when will you be able to resume sexual activity, and when will you be 100% sterile. Both of these questions are easily addressed.

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When Vasectomy is the Best Family Birth Control

It is pretty easy for most couples to decide when they are ready to stop adding to their family. The problem is often deciding what method of birth control to use. Many forms designed for women use hormones to prevent pregnancy, something that can have long-term health consequences. Tubal ligation is a permanent option for women,

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