Vasectomy in Denver

Our specialized focus helps to ensure your satisfaction and overall wellbeing.

Because of Precision Medical’s primary focus on vasectomy, we can ensure you get a vasectomy done as efficiently as possible. We can schedule your appointment in a matter of days, not months.

Vasectomy is one of the most effective forms of birth control

At 99.8% effectiveness, vasectomy is one of the single most effective forms of birth control available today. Vasectomy procedures provide a lifetime of protection and over time they are the least expensive form of birth control. This procedure is significantly less invasive and safer than the female alternative, tubal ligation (tubes tied), and is generally about one-seventh of the cost. In order to ensure the comfort and safety of our patients, our doctors use a no-needle, no-scalpel technique that is minimally invasive and requires very little recovery time.

No Scalpel/No Needle Technique

At Precision Medical Solutions, our doctors perform vasectomies using a minimally invasive no-scalpel, no-needle technique. Our physician begins the procedure by applying a local anesthetic to the treatment area. The anesthetic is sprayed onto the treatment area, with no need for a needle injection. The physician then uses a specialized instrument to locate the vas deferens through a tiny opening in the skin. Each vas deferens is quickly cut and sealed to block sperm. This quick procedure is an easy process with no stitches required and nearly no scarring. Patients report a relatively painless procedure with only mild discomfort.

Vasectomy in Denver

Our specialized focus gets you in for the procedure much sooner than other doctors

Because of Precision Medical’s primary focus on vasectomy, we can ensure you get a vasectomy done within days to weeks. You could wait up to a year to see a urologist, get a referral, and wait for surgery to be scheduled.

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Vasectomy is one of the most effective forms of birth control

With a 99.8% rate of effectiveness, vasectomy is one of the most successful forms of birth control. Vasectomy procedures provide a lifetime of protection and over time they are the least expensive form of birth control. This procedure is significantly less invasive and safer than the female alternative, tubal ligation (tubes tied), and is generally about one-seventh of the cost. In order to ensure the comfort and safety of our patients, our doctors use a no-needle, no-scalpel technique that is minimally invasive and requires very little recovery time.

No Scalpel/No Needle Technique

At Precision Medical Solutions, our doctors perform vasectomies using a minimally invasive no-scalpel, no-needle technique. Our physician begins the procedure by applying a local anesthetic to the treatment area. The anesthetic is sprayed onto the treatment area, with no need for a needle injection. The physician then uses a specialized instrument to locate the vas deferens through a tiny opening in the skin. Each vas deferens is quickly cut and sealed to block sperm. This quick procedure is an easy process with no stitches required and nearly no scarring. Patients report a relatively painless procedure with only mild discomfort.

What to Expect from the Procedure & FAQs

In preparation for your procedure, you should discontinue taking Fish Oil, Aspirin, or anti-inflammatories 10 days before (and for 3 days after) the vasectomy to avoid blood thinning. If you need to take medication for any serious medical issues, you should discuss this with the physician prior to the procedure.

On the morning of the procedure, take a regular shower with soap and closely shave or trim all of the hair from the base of the penis. It is advised not to use Neet, Nair or other depilatory methods, as it may cause the scrotum to be swollen and itchy. It is also recommended you eat a light meal to avoid feeling light headed. Limit fluid intake to the amount that satisfies your thirst, excess fluids can lead to more swelling. The procedure does not require general anesthesia, so you will not be put to sleep.

In order to ensure your comfort following the procedure, you should wear supportive underwear like briefs or a jock. You are also welcome to bring reading material or a personal stereo with headphones.

Finally, it is suggested to get a ride to and from your appointment in case you feel unfit to drive following the procedure.

You may experience soreness for a day or two following the procedure, and we recommend treating any pain with acetaminophen (Tylenol®). It should not be necessary to put ice packs on your scrotum. Activity can be resumed as tolerated. Minimal bruising may occur, but this will lighten and disappear over the next few days. Showers are permitted following your procedure, but you should avoid submerging yourself in water (including bathtubs, hot tubs, swimming pools, etc.) for one week.

Although vasectomies are one of the most effective forms of birth control, they are not effective immediately. You may resume sexual activity 3 days after your procedure. However, during this time, there will still be sperm in your ducts, and it is strongly encouraged to use backup birth control. After a minimum of 30 ejaculations and three months, you can test your semen to confirm that sperm are no longer present. At the time of your procedure, our doctor can provide you with a semen analysis kit, which will allow you to test your semen from the comfort of your own home.

Our goal is to make the procedure as comfortable and painless as possible. There will be a brief sting while local anesthetic is being administered. Once the anesthetic takes effect, you should not feel pain but may experience a slight pulling sensation. The majority of our patients are surprised at how simple the procedure is and report minimal to no pain.

Yes. A vasectomy will not have any impact on your body’s production of testosterone, meaning there will be no change in your sex drive, your ability to get or maintain an erection, or your volume of ejaculation. There will also be no physical changes to your penis, your facial hair, your voice, your muscle mass, etc. The only difference is that you will no longer be able to impregnate your partner, which some men report allows their sex life to be more relaxed and spontaneous than before!

Most patients feel recovered from the procedure within a week and are able to return to work within one or two days, though physical activity should generally be limited in the first week after your procedure. Physical activity is allowed to whatever degree is comfortable and tolerable for the patient upon recovery.

Sperm will continue to be produced but, since the vas deferens are sealed, there will be nowhere for them to go. The sperm will eventually dissolve, and the proteins will be recycled back into the system. The procedure does not affect the release of hormones.

No. Active sperm will remain in your system for 2-4 months following the procedure. During this time, you may resume sexual activity, but it is highly recommended that you use a back-up form of birth control. Sperm analysis can be used to confirm when the procedure becomes effective. You can help expedite the process of flushing sperm from your system by ejaculating.

Yes, but reversal operations are expensive and not always effective. As a result, we recommend approaching the vasectomy as a permanent procedure. If you are considering an alternative solution to vasectomy reversal, there are companies that offer long-term sperm storage.

No. The vasectomy procedure only stops you from getting your partner pregnant and does not provide any protection against sexually transmitted disease or HIV/AIDS.

Yes. Both the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) agree that vasectomies are safe. As with any surgery, there is a rare occurrence of infection or swelling, but these ailments are easily treated. Some men discover a small lump resulting from a sperm leak from the vas. This is not serious and will generally resolve itself within a couple of days.

If you choose to pay privately, the cash price for a vasectomy at Precision Medical Solutions is $595*. Our fee covers an initial consultation with our doctor, the procedure itself, and as much support as is needed during the healing process. Our dedicated team wants you to feel as comfortable, confident, and as pain-free as possible!

*For all of our procedures, we require a credit card at the time of booking in order to hold the appointment. We charge a $100 fee for no-shows and last-minute cancellations. Please note that, although this fee is non-refundable, if you are able to notify us at least 7 days in advance of your original appointment and reschedule, the fee can be rolled over into the cost of the newly-scheduled appointment.

Yes, we offer financing for our vasectomy procedures over a six-month period through CareCredit. To apply for the CareCredit card, click here.

Our goal is to make the procedure as comfortable and painless as possible. There will be a brief sting while local anesthetic is being administered. Once the anesthetic takes effect, you should not feel pain but may experience a slight pulling sensation. The majority of our patients are surprised at how simple the procedure is and report minimal to no pain.

Yes. A vasectomy will not have any impact on your body’s production of testosterone, meaning there will be no change in your sex drive, your ability to get or maintain an erection, or your volume of ejaculation. There will also be no physical changes to your penis, your facial hair, your voice, your muscle mass, etc. The only difference is that you will no longer be able to impregnate your partner, which some men report allows their sex life to be more relaxed and spontaneous than before!

Most patients feel recovered from the procedure by the next day and are able to remove the wound dressing and return to work. Physical activity is allowed to whatever degree is comfortable and tolerable for the patient upon recovery.

Sperm will continue to be produced but, since the vas deferens are sealed, there will be nowhere for them to go. The sperm will eventually dissolve, and the proteins will be recycled back into the system. The procedure does not affect the release of hormones.

No. Active sperm will remain in your system for 2-4 months following the procedure. During this time, you may resume sexual activity, but it is highly recommended that you use a back-up form of birth control. Sperm analysis can be used to confirm when the procedure becomes effective. You can help expedite the process of flushing sperm from your system by ejaculating.

Yes, but reversal operations are expensive and not always effective. As a result, we recommend approaching the vasectomy as a permanent procedure. If you are considering an alternative solution to vasectomy reversal, there are companies that offer long-term sperm storage.

No. The vasectomy procedure only stops you from getting your partner pregnant and does not provide any protection against sexually transmitted disease or HIV/AIDS.

Yes. Both the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) agree that vasectomies are safe. As with any surgery, there is a rare occurrence of infection or swelling, but these ailments are easily treated. Some men discover a small lump resulting from a sperm leak from the vas. This is not serious and will generally resolve itself within a couple of days.

If you choose to pay privately, the cash price for a vasectomy at Precision Medical Solutions is $595*. Our fee covers an initial consultation with our doctor, the procedure itself, and as much support as is needed during the healing process. Our dedicated team wants you to feel as comfortable, confident, and as pain-free as possible!

*For all of our procedures, we require a credit card at the time of booking in order to hold the appointment. We charge a $100 fee for no-shows and last-minute cancellations. Please note that, although this fee is non-refundable, if you are able to notify us at least 7 days in advance of your original appointment and reschedule, the fee can be rolled over into the cost of the newly-scheduled appointment.

Yes, we offer financing for our vasectomy procedures over a six-month period through CareCredit. To apply for the CareCredit card, click here.

In preparation for your procedure, you should discontinue taking Fish Oil, Aspirin, or anti-inflammatories 10 days before (and for 3 days after) the vasectomy to avoid blood thinning. If you need to take medication for any serious medical issues, you should discuss this with the physician prior to the procedure.

On the morning of the procedure, take a regular shower with soap and closely shave or trim all of the hair from the base of the penis. It is advised not to use Neet, Nair or other depilatory methods, as it may cause the scrotum to be swollen and itchy. It is also recommended you eat a light meal to avoid feeling light headed. Limit fluid intake to the amount that satisfies your thirst, excess fluids can lead to more swelling. The procedure does not require general anesthesia, so you will not be put to sleep.

In order to ensure your comfort following the procedure, you should wear supportive underwear like briefs or a jock. You are also welcome to bring reading material or a personal stereo with headphones.

Finally, it is suggested to get a ride to and from your appointment in case you feel unfit to drive following the procedure.

You may experience soreness for a day or two following the procedure, and we recommend treating any pain with acetaminophen (Tylenol®). It should not be necessary to put ice packs on your scrotum. Activity can be resumed as tolerated. Minimal bruising may occur, but this will lighten and disappear over the next few days. Showers are permitted following your procedure, but you should avoid submerging yourself in water (including bathtubs, hot tubs, swimming pools, etc.) for one week.

Although vasectomies are one of the most effective forms of birth control, they are not effective immediately. You may resume sexual activity 3 days after your procedure. However, during this time, there will still be sperm in your ducts, and it is strongly encouraged to use a backup birth control. After a minimum of 30 ejaculations or three months, you can test your semen to confirm that sperm are no longer present. At the time of your procedure, our doctor can provide you with a semen analysis kit, which will allow you to test your semen from the comfort of your own home.

We accept most PPO insurance plans and the majority of insurance companies do cover the procedure.

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