Vasectomy Explained – North Austin Urology

Vasectomy Explained – North Austin Urology

Dr. Mistry explains vasectomy options offered by North Austin Urology from his practice in Round Rock Texas. North Austin Urology provides the most current and effective treatment for prostate cancer, vasectomy, vasectomy reversal, low testosterone, fertility and infertility, peyronie’s and kidney stones. The centrally located office provides care for patients in Austin metro area including Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander and Pflugerville and Georgetown, Texas.

A vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure designed to prevent a man from fathering children by blocking the tubes that transport sperm from the testicles. Nationally, it is a very commonly performed procedure with over 500,000 requests per year, and is a popular method of male birth control.

A vasectomy does not change a man’s sex drive, ability to have erections, or lead to prostate cancer.

Dr. Mistry utilizes the no needle, no scalpel vasectomy (NSV) technique.

This procedure is performed with intravenous sedation in a carefully monitored and safe environment.

This results in the least amount of anxiety and discomfort in our patient.

It is important to note that the results of a vasectomy are not immediate and several semen samples may be necessary to confirm the success of the procedure before other forms of contraception can be stopped.

The decision to have a vasectomy is an important one that should be fully discussed with your doctor and family.

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