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Find a Vasectomy Clinic in Your Area

If you are looking to find a vasectomy clinic in your area (whether a scalpel, no-scalpel or no-needle technique) let us help guide toward finding a vasectomy doctor that is right for you. Often doctors will call their medical practice a "vasectomy clinic" when part of it is devoted to performing vasectomies, " The  name comes out as, "the ____ Vasectomy Clinic(s)" or "Vasectomy Clinic of…". Though the name may infer more than one doctor , more often than not, there is only one doctor and he/she may practice out of more than one location. In addition, don't be surprised to find that the "vasectomy clinic' is actually a family medical practitioner who practices out of "… Family Health Clinic" or a urologist who practices out of a "…Urology Clinic". Since vasectomy is a type of surgical procedure, not a doctor specialization, this is a way to get prospective patients to be aware that vasectomies are provided out of a location or by a doctor. So if the clinic name is the first thing you notice, make sure you learn the name of the doctor behind the vasectomy clinic. In fact it’s a good idea to gather a list of vasectomy doctors in your area to compare. The most important choice in your control is the doctor in the vasectomy clinic you choose.

Comparing Doctors

Learn more about the vasectomy clinic by phoning the clinic and reading through the website. Here are some helpful factors to consider.

  • The doctor at the vasectomy clinic will perform one of the following techniques that you will be more comfortable with. Learn more so that the choice is clear for you.
    • Scalpel Vasectomy
    • No-Scalpel Vasectomy
    • No-Needle, No-Scalpel Vasectomy
  • Find out and compare the doctors' success rates and complication rates because no matter the technique performed at that vasectomy clinic, the same result is obtained. Here are questions that can be asked:
    • a. The number of procedures your vasectomy doctor does per year.
    • b. The total number of vasectomies performed by the doctor to date.
    • c. The vasectomy complication rate the doctor has experienced. i.e., the rate of infection in his patients, the rate of major bleeding, the rate of procedure failure.
  • Look for doctors whose vasectomy clinic is available at convenient times and locations.

Learn more:

Choosing a vasectomy clinic, center or centre
Choosing a no-scalpel vasectomy clinic, center or centre

Summary: A doctor will often name part of his medical practice, "vasectomy clinic" as a means of calling attention to prospective patients who are looking for a doctor in their area, who performs vasectomy or no-scalpel vasectomy. It is imperative for the prospective patient to learn all about the doctor at the vasectomy clinic in order to qualify all the choices available. So when you find a vasectomy clinic in your area, this is just an initial step

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