Vasectomy Specialist Clinics of Chicago

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We perform No SNIP vasectomy

The No SNIP vasectomy is a registered trade mark and stands for No Scalpel, No Needle, No Incision and No Pain Vasectomy. The vasectomy is performed with no scalpel technique. Anesthesia is administered without needle with a special pneumatic device. There is no incision and no pain. The surgery is performed in office. Dr. Agha, who will perform your surgery, is a Board Certified Urologist and has been performing these procedures since 1996. He not only performs the vasectomies, but also specializes in vasectomy reversals.
Ask your doctor if he or she is certified by The American Board of Urology.

Why a Specialist

Although anyone with a medical degree can "legally" perform a vasectomy, only Urologists are certified by The American Board of Medical Specialties and The American Board of Urology. Dr. Agha is a diplomat of the American Board of Urology and has completed over 5 years of specialty training after graduating from medical school. He has the advanced training necessary to deal with the occasional difficult vasectomy or complication.
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Choose from our four locations! Serving Chicago Downtown, Oak Brook, Oakbrook Terrace & Morris IL Procedure performed by Board Certified Urologist-American Board of Urology, Extensive experience in Reproductive Medicine
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What is vasectomy?

Vasectomy is the process of dividing the vas (the tube that delivers the sperm from the testis to the prostate) in order to prevent conception. It is the most common method of male contraception in the US. Read more

What is no scalpel vasectomy?

In the no-scalpel vasectomy, instead of making two incisions, only one or two tiny puncture/s into the skin are made with a special instrument. Read more

Is vasectomy right for me?

If you have completed your family and/or do not wish to have pregnacy, vasectomy offers a simple, safe and cost effective approch to achieve this goal.

How does vasectomy work?

Since vasectomy simply interrupts the delivery of the sperm, it does not change the hormonal function of the testis and sexual drive and ability remain intact. Read more

Does insurance cover vasectomy ?

Most insurance programs cover a vasectomy, and it may be included in your existing benefits.Read more

Vasectomy: Additional Info

The minimum age requirement for vasectomy: Spousal or partner involvement in preoperative consultation: Laboratory tests are not required for vasectomy . Read more

FAQs

  • What is a vasectomy?

    Vasectomy is the procedure of dividing the vas (the tube that delivers the sperm from the testis to the prostate) in order to prevent conception. It is the most common method of male contraception in this country where about 500,000 vasectomies are done each year. It is an elective surgical procedure to achieve sterility. Since vasectomy simply interrupts the delivery of the sperm, it does not change the hormonal function of the testis and sexual drive and ability remain intact. Since most of the semen is composed of fluid from the prostate, the semen will look the same. Although the man continues to have sexual intercourse and climax as before, his semen does not contain sperm and he cannot father a child following a vasectomy.
  • What is a 'No-Scalpel' Vasectomy (NSV)?

    No scalpel-vasectomy is different from a conventional vasectomy in the way it is performed surgically. As the name of technique says it, no knife (scalpel) is used. An improved method of anesthesia helps make the procedure less painful.
  • What happens to sperm after vasectomy?

    The testes continue to produce sperm after vasectomy. They however face obstruction on their path to semen at the site of vasectomy. After living their life span (like many other cells) they die and are dissolved. The proteins and debris so produced are absorbed into body.
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