No-Scalpel Vasectomy

Quick recovery time

The no-scalpel vasectomy is a worry-free and affordable option for permanent birth control for men.  

No Scalpel Vasectomy Birth Control Cedar River Clinic

In-clinic and online appointments available now! 

Learn more about online telemedicine appointments.

Travel assistance available for all appointments. Please ask when making appointment.

The Process

The vasectomy is a two-appointment process.

The first appointment is a short consultation. Please note that Medicaid or private insurance may have waiting periods between consultation and procedure appointments. 

The vasectomy procedure takes place in an exam room where you can choose between no sedation to moderate sedation, depending on your preference. There is a brief in-clinic recovery time after the vasectomy.

Additional Info

Effectiveness: 99.5-99.9%. Vasectomy is permanent and only a good option for those certain they do not want biological children in the future. Vasectomies do not protect against HIV/STIs. We recommend using  condoms to practice safer sex. 

We Accept:

  • Private Health Insurance
  • Medicaid/Washington Apple Health
  • Personal Payment

For more information on what to expect from your procedure, please review our vasectomy preparation sheet for the no-scalpel vasectomy.

Vasectomy Q&A

No. A vasectomy does NOT stop your testicles from making testosterone.

Yes. Your penis will continue to work as it did prior to the vasectomy. Some people actually find that their sex improves after a successful vasectomy once they are no longer worried about pregnancy scares.

Many inconclusive studies have evaluated the risk for the development of prostate cancer after a vasectomy. Experts believe there is no increased risk of prostate cancer after a vasectomy procedure. 

The body reabsorbs the sperm that is made that cannot be released through ejaculation.

Absolutely! And you might find that your orgasms are more enjoyable.

Yes. The failure rate of the no scalpel vasectomy technique is very low, however.

Vasectomy should be considered permanent sterilization. We recognize that people's life situations change, and the need or desire for biological children may arise in the future. Vasectomy reversals can be performed but are not guaranteed and need to be performed with a specialist in these procedures.

No. Tubal ligation is a hospital-based procedure and invasive abdominal surgery that carries more risks and often takes longer to perform.

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