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Find doctors who perform vasectomy and vasectomy reversal in your area and let VasectomyMedical.com walk you through the decision-making process.

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When you find vasectomy clinics in your area, treat this as an initial step for finding and then qualifying the vasectomy doctors available. Often there is only one doctor in the practice for each of the vasectomy clinics and the "vasectomy" doctor does not solely perform vasectomies. He/she could be family doctor, general surgeon, a urologist and some are gynaecologists. That is why it is very important to know more about the doctor. In fact, this choice is the most important factor in your control. Be equipped, knowing what questions to ask and how to compare and qualify the doctors who operate the "vasectomy clinics".

The first step is to decide which vasectomy technique you preferable. So learn about the differences between these vasectomy techniques:*

  • Traditional (Scalpel) Vasectomy
  • No-Scalpel Vasectomy
  • No-Needle, Vasectomy (found in both sections)
  • No-Needle, No-Scalpel Vasectomy (found in both sections)

*To learn more the subjects look up on the top menu. Keep in mind, no matter the technique performed at each of the vasectomy clinics, the same result is obtained.

 

Then find vasectomy clinics in your area. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Search website directories like VasectomyMedical.com or go to search engines using terms like, "vasectomy clinics in..."
  • Ask your family doctor who he/she recommends.
  • Phone urology clinics and ask who among their group has a special interest in vasectomy.

After or as you compile your list of vasectomy in clinics, here are qualifying questions to ask that will narrow your choices:

  • The number of vasectomy procedures the doctor performs annually.
  • The total number of vasectomies the doctor has performed to-date.
  • The vasectomy doctor's complication rate. More specifically, ask
    • the rate of infection in his patients,
    • the rate of major bleeding and
    • the rate of procedure failure.

After you have short-listed the vasectomy clinics, consider their location and the schedule of available times. Convenience is part of the equation.

More In-depth Information:

Choosing a vasectomy clinic, center or centre
Choosing no-scalpel vasectomy clinics, centers or centres

Summary: Find vasectomy clinics in your area to begin the process of finding vasectomy doctors. Often a doctor will names his practice " vasectomy clinics". Search until you have gathered all the choices available in your general area. This will include vasectomy doctors and no-scalpel vasectomy doctors. Then contact the vasectomy clinics and ask qualifying questions to determine the best vasectomy doctor for you. Following through with these steps is important. Your determination represents the most important factor in your control.

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