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“No-Needle” anaesthesia for vasectomy

“No-Needle” anaesthesia for vasectomy

Needle vs No-Needle anaesthesia for vasectomy The use of a jet injector to produce a high-pressured spray of local anaesthetic to the scrotum prior to vasectomy has revolutionised the procedure for men. Beaumaris Vasectomy Clinic performs No-Needle Vasectomy with a device known as a Madajet XL Needle-Free Injector. The sensation that men experience with this […]

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Common myths about vasectomy

Common myths about vasectomy

There are many common myths and misconceptions within society when it comes to vasectomy. Most people are unaware of the modern “No-Needle, No-Scalpel” technique, and just how much this has revolutionised the procedure. Also, men love to frighten each other and exaggerate how brutal an ordeal it is to undergo the dreaded “snip”, which unfortunately […]

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World Vasectomy Day

World Vasectomy Day

No-Scalpel Vasectomy is now the most up-to-date, gold standard technique used worldwide for vasectomy. This is the method used for World Vasectomy Day, which occurs annually as a global initiative to increase awareness and participation in vasectomy, particularly in overpopulated developing countries. This brief animation provides information about World Vasectomy Day, and also addresses some common myths and […]

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Scalpel versus no-scalpel incision for vasectomy

Scalpel versus no-scalpel incision for vasectomy

This study was undertaken in 2009 to examine the difference between the older vasectomy method, and the newer “no-scalpel” vasectomy technique. The study confirmed that the newer technique is quicker, results in fewer complications, and allows men a more rapid resumption of sexual activity. A Cochrane Review published in The Cochrane Library 2009, Issue 3 Background […]