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Vasectomy Clinic in Gilbert, AZ

As the number one provider of convenient and comfortable vasectomies in and around Gilbert, Arizona, our Purely Vasectomies team prides ourselves on our patient-centered compassionate approach to supporting your reproductive health needs during every step of your vasectomy journey.

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Vasectomy Procedure in Gilbert

The Purely Vasectomies vasectomy experience begins with a comprehensive initial consultation with our expert team of vasectomy professionals. This consultation is designed as a time for us to share important information about your upcoming vasectomy and to provide plenty of time for us to address all of your questions and concerns related to our vasectomy procedure process, pre and post-operative preparation, post-procedure follow-up, recovery, and our transparent price structure and payment options.

On the day of your scheduled vasectomy, you can expect the procedure to take 30 minutes from start to finish. After having a portion of your scrotum completely numbed, our board-certified urologic surgeon will make a small incision so they can access the vas deferens (these are the tiny tubes that transport sperm from the testicles to the urethra). The vas deferens is then carefully (and painlessly) cut and cauterized to block future sperm flow. The small incision in the scrotum is then closed with one stitch.

Vasectomy Recovery

Right after your vasectomy, and for at least the following 24 hours, it is very important to avoid any physical activities – especially those activities that involve lifting any heavy objects. 

To help reduce swelling and post-surgical discomfort, it’s also important to apply ice to your scrotum right after surgery and continuing throughout the following day; we find it most effective to apply ice packs every 20 minutes for the first 24 hours after your vasectomy.

In addition to using ice packs, we recommend taking over-the-counter pain medication and wearing an athletic supporter to relieve pressure from the area around your incision.

Most men find they are able to return to work after a day or two of rest and limited activity, with a full return to normal activities 1-2 weeks after your vasectomy procedure.

Knowing that healing from a vasectomy will be a slightly different process for each of our patients, our team’s all-inclusive follow-up consultation process is specially designed to make sure you receive all of the advice, care, and support you need to comfortably recover from your vasectomy.

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Vasectomy Cost in Arizona

The cost of a vasectomy in Arizona will vary depending on several different considerations.  In most vasectomy clinics around Gilbert, AZ, the price of a vasectomy will differ based on the coverage options provided through health insurance or whether or not you are paying for the procedure out-of-pocket.  

We pride ourselves on our commitment to providing you with the highest-quality care and service at the most affordable cost possible. As part of this commitment, we make sure to thoroughly review every detail of our fully transparent pricing model with you during your initial phone call.

Our fully transparent, all-inclusive price structure is designed to cover every step of your entire vasectomy procedure – without the additional or hidden fees typically assessed by other clinics. 

We strive to maintain competitive rates and, at the same time, continue to provide the most comprehensive and highest-quality vasectomy services to our patients in Arizona.

In addition to our fully transparent pricing, our team is committed to helping work through the often confusing process of health insurance, making sure you are aware – and able to take advantage of – all of the coverages and reimbursements that you are entitled to. 

Purely Vasectomies understands that the cost of a vasectomy procedure is an important consideration for our patients and their families. We also understand that feeling comfortable and discussing the cost of your procedure in a relaxed and supportive environment allows you to focus on making the right family planning decision for you.

Vasectomy FAQs

Is A Vasectomy Reversible?

A vasectomy procedure is intended to be a permanent solution to your birth control needs. While most men who undergo a vasectomy never give their decision a second thought, we understand that individual situations change and can lead to the desire to undo the vasectomy.

Fortunately, most vasectomy procedures can be reversed. Although a vasectomy reversal procedure is a more complex procedure than the initial vasectomy, the procedure is generally successful in allowing for the flow of sperm to be restored.

While a vasectomy reversal restores fertility in this regard, that’s not the only factor that should be considered when looking to resume the ability to have children. In addition to the vasectomy, the successful restoration of fertility can also depend on how long ago the vasectomy was performed, your current age, and several other specific health considerations. 

What Is A “Scalpel-Less” Vasectomy?

The only difference between a  “scalpel-less” vasectomy and a traditional vasectomy is that a scalpel-less vasectomy uses scissors (rather than a scalpel) to make the initial incision in the scrotum.

All vasectomies require an incision to the scrotum in order to access the vas deferens. While most surgeons will use a scalpel to make this small incision, surgeons in some vasectomy clinics near Gilbert will opt to use scissors to puncture the scrotum as a way to access the vas deferens.

More of a marketing tactic designed to lead patients to think there is a new or improved type of procedure, a scalpel-less vasectomy is really the exact same procedure used in a vasectomy – just reworded to give the illusion that the procedure could be a better option. The good news is that we offer both options – traditional and scalpel-less vasectomies –  and provide you with the option of selecting the one you are more comfortable with.

What Are Other Upsides To A Vasectomy?

Vasectomies are one of the most effective methods of birth control available today and are 99% effective in preventing pregnancy.  

In addition to being a successful way to prevent pregnancy, a vasectomy is a convenient and permanent solution that shares the responsibility of birth control between you and your partner, restores the spontaneity to your sex life, removes the stress of family planning, and does so without having any impact on your testosterone or hormone levels and without changing your sex drive or your ability to perform.

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