Vasectomy


What is a vasectomy?

A vasectomy is a surgical procedure which prevents men from being able to have children. The procedure involves the tubes that carry sperm from a man's testicles to the penis being cut or blocked. The main benefit for having a vasectomy is effective birth control, with a 99% success rate it's regarded as one of the most effective and safest methods. Here are a few reasons as to why you might be considering having a vasectomy:

We’re here to help you throughout the whole process, providing you with all the information & guidance you need. Our vasectomy procedures are carried out by our UK trained urologist doctor, Dr Hosam Serag.

 


Vasectomy Procedure


A vasectomy is a fairly straight forward procedure and typically takes under an hour to perform. The procedure will be done under local anaesthetic meaning the area will be numbed so you won't feel any pain. During the procedure the doctor will make a small incision on either side of your scrotum, through these small cuts the doctor will then block off the tubes (also known as vas deferens). Sometimes a small chunk of the tubes may be removed before they are then tied, blocked or closed.

Following the procedure you will be taken into our onsite recovery room where you will be monitored and allowed to rest before being free to go home.

Is a vasectomy safe?
The safety of both our patients and staff is extremely important to us all here at Victoria House Clinic. Our vasectomy procedures are extremely safe and carried out by our trained urologist expert. The method used is also one of the safest and reduces the risk of infection, bruising & other associated risks.

Vasectomy Procedure

A vasectomy is a fairly straight forward procedure and typically takes under an hour to perform. The procedure will be done under local anaesthetic meaning the area will be numbed so you won't feel any pain. During the procedure the doctor will make a small incision on either side of your scrotum, through these small cuts the doctor will then block off the tubes (also known as vas deferens). Sometimes a small chunk of the tubes may be removed before they are then tied, blocked or closed.

Following the procedure you will be taken into our onsite recovery room where you will be monitored and allowed to rest before being free to go home.

Is a vasectomy safe?
The safety of both our patients and staff is extremely important to us all here at Victoria House Clinic. Our vasectomy procedures are extremely safe and carried out by our trained urologist expert. The method used is also one of the safest and reduces the risk of infection, bruising & other associated risks.


Why book your vasectomy procedure with us?


Vasectomy Procedure Pricing



Vasectomy Procedure FAQ

This procedure will be done under local anaesthetic, meaning the area will be numbed and you won’t feel any pain. Post treatment you may feel some pain and discomfort but this will be discussed with you during your consultation. 

Yes, this is a same day patient procedure which means you will be able to go home after time spent in our recovery room, which is typically a few hours post procedure. The procedure itself typically takes under 1 hour.

Our vasectomy procedures are carried out by Dr Hosam Serag who is a trained urologist doctor, where he works at Queen Elizabeth Hospital as part of their urology team. 

No, a vasectomy doesn’t impact your sex drive and this will remain the same. During your consultation the healing process will be discussed with you, where you will be told of any time period needed for when you can have sex again after treatment. 

All of our procedures are 18+ here at Victoria House Clinic. We do highlight that this procedure is a big life decision and should be one you have thoroughly considered and discussed with your partner.