Storing Sperm Before Your No-Scalpel Vasectomy

Storing Sperm Before Your No-Scalpel Vasectomy

Considerations Before Vasectomy

Choosing to have a vasectomy is a serious decision because it is carried out with the intention of creating permanent sterility.

Our experience with patients over the years has shown that a small number of men who opt for a vasectomy later change their minds about their desire to have children after their vasectomy is done. Reasons for this include death of a spouse, divorce, separation or just changing their minds.

Please review the questions and considerations below to ensure that you make a good decision, and consider the option of banking sperm as well.

Should I use a sperm bank before a vasectomy?

“Should I use a sperm bank before a vasectomy?” This is a regular question we get asked by men considering a vasectomy.

The decision on whether to store sperm as a way to potentially conceive a child in the future is an important one. Conception using stored sperm is not certain, and the necessary medical insemination process can be costly. Cryogenic sperm storage is a good insurance policy, but is not a fully reliable method. If you are concerned to ensure future ability to conceive a child, then the vasectomy itself should be reconsidered.

In the unlikely event that you will want to have kids again in the future, and vasectomy reversal is not an option, or successful, sperm storage may be a way of allowing yourself to procreate again. Please consider storing sperm prior to your vasectomy.

Can a No-Scalpel Vasectomy be reversed?

Yes, but reversal operations are expensive and not always successful. If you are thinking about reversal, then vasectomy is not right for you. We definitely recommend that you consider vasectomy a permanent form of contraception when making your decision.

Is now the best time for my vasectomy?

You will want to be certain that you are content with the number of children you have.

Many of our clients have recently had a child and the couple has decided that their family is complete.

What if I have more questions?

Please get in touch and schedule a consultation appointment with Dr. Parajuli. Consultation is required before a vasectomy procedure and will provide the opportunity to ask your questions and discuss the procedure in a comfortable context with doctor.

About Gentle Procedures

Our clinics offer open-ended no-scalpel vasectomy at Sydney clinic locations in Penrith, Parramatta, Narellan & Gledswood Hills.

Gentle Procedures Clinic is dedicated to upholding the highest international standards of male surgical care while treating patients with compassion, dignity, and respect.

We offer the renowned no-scalpel, single puncture, minimally invasive vasectomy procedure for NSW men.

Clients travel to the Greater Sydney clinics from Blue Mountains, Wollongong, New Castle and other areas, as well as interstate.

All vasectomies at the Sydney clinics are performed by Dr. Naresh Parajuli, MBBS, MIPH, MM, FRACGP.

Rapid Access Vasectomy

Gentle Procedures is proud to offer a world-class vasectomy procedure with limited wait times for an appointment.

The simple, quick and virtually painless procedure is done in comfortable procedure rooms at the modern Sydney vasectomy clinics.

Gentle Procedures Sydney is a leader in the provision of no-scalpel vasectomy in NSW and is part of the national network of Gentle Procedures Clinics, delivering care across Australia.

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