A vasectomy is considered a permanent form of birth control for men. It is a n in office procedure that typically takes about 20 minutes. It is very safe and effective, with very low risk of complications.
Minimally-invasive vasectomy is almost identical to a ‘no-scalpel’ technique and healing time is virtually the same.
Dr. Mutter performs a minimally-invasive vasectomy, usually through a small, single incision in the middle of your scrotum. Many men who have their procedure on Friday are back to work on Monday.
Despite what you might find on an internet search, men will not experience erectile dysfunction, changes in orgasm nor an increase risk of male cancers after a vasectomy. A vasectomy does one thing—prevent future pregnancies.