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One of the biggest questions on a man’s mind when contemplating a vasectomy is – ‘will it affect my sex life’? Most men are honest about wanting to do their bit for family planning, mainly because they have witnessed their wife or partner suffer side effects from other contraception. But they do have concerns on
The number one reason why women love and respect their husbands or partners who get a vasectomy is that they don’t have to think about birth control anymore and their bodies can relish a well-earned rest. A vasectomy is also very reliable. How many of your friends and family have had their own ‘holy cow’

What is a vasectomy?

29,000 Australian men have a vasectomy each year, and that number’s growing A vasectomy is one of the most effective and healthy methods of family planning. The procedure—when carried out by someone with expertise in microsurgical reversible vasectomies—is straightforward and minimally invasive. A specialised vasectomy can be performed in around half an hour with minimal-to-no

Vasectomy Recovery

Considering a vasectomy takes time and research. It is an important decision to make and all aspects of the process, including vasectomy recovery, should be carefully understood before moving forward. Dr Lekich encourages all patients researching a vasectomy to carefully consider who and where they will receive their treatment as not all vasectomy treatments are equal. Your
Effectiveness is an important and common concern when choosing a birth control method. So what is the effectiveness of a vasectomy? During a vasectomy, the vas deferens from each testicle is clamped, cut, or otherwise sealed and prevents the release of sperm when a man ejaculates. A vasectomy is considered a permanent method of birth control and
A failed vasectomy reversal is not your last chance to have children If you have received a vasectomy reversal in the past that failed, it’s important to know that this does not exclude you from a successful vasectomy reversal. IVF is not your only option and it is always beneficial to seek a second opinion and
Many men ask “Will a vasectomy reversal cause any sexual problems?” or “will sex change after a vasectomy reversal?”. Here at Metrocentre, we understand your concerns, especially because part of the reason for getting an original vasectomy can be related to wanting to optimise the frequency of sex without the concerns of an unwanted pregnancy. The

Reports on Long-term Pill Use

If Long-term Pill Use is no longer appropriate, then consider an Open-Ended Vasectomy with Metrocentre. There are certain situations when you’re not able to take the contraceptive pill, such as; Weight gain Pigmentation Nausea and vomiting Dizziness Headache or a migraine Depression High blood pressure Loss of libido Bone density loss Breast cancer Family history
When starting a second family, or even your first after a vasectomy it’s important to consider your options Many Australian families are considering trying for a family for the second time. Thousands of Australian men in particular are looking into vasectomy reversals to reverse the choice that they made years prior to their change of
Metrocentre’s Dr Chris Lekich was recently interview by David Sibenaler for the Royal Institution of Australia. The article focused on overpopulation and the role vasectomies could play in preventing the issue. You can read the full article in power point format below. Dr Chris Lekich is the successor of the highly skilled microsurgeon Professor Owen. He has
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