NO NEEDLE NO SCALPEL VASECTOMY
No Scalpel Vasectomy
No Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV) is a technique developed in China in 1974 and is now the recommended method of choice throughout the world, being used extensively in the USA, UK, China and many other countries. Vasectomy is considered irreversible.
In vasectomy, the tubes carrying sperm (vas deferens) from the testicles are blocked or cut. This prevents sperm mixing with the semen, making the man sterile.
In traditional vasectomy, two incisions (cuts) are made in the scrotum and through these each vas is located, cut and both ends tied. The skin wounds are closed with stitches.
NSV differs in the way the local anaesthetic is administered and in that a single “keyhole” entry is made to both vasa (you have a single wound). There is no cutting of tissues as in traditional vasectomy.
No Needle Vasectomy
Vasectomy Toowoomba uses a refinement of the no-scalpel method that doesn’t involve any needles at all. An instrument called a MadaJet delivers a stream of anaesthetic so fine that it penetrates the skin and numbs a coin-sized patch of scrotal skin. Then the vasectomy doctor feels for the vas under the skin of the scrotum and holds it in place with a small clamp. A special instrument is used to make a tiny puncture in the skin and stretch the opening so the vas can be cut and tied.