We have trademarked our technique with the US patent office. No SNIP is an acronym meaning that there is no scalpel, no need no incision and no pain. There is no pain.

Our technique is different from a conventional vasectomy in the way it is performed surgically.

Reasons for having a No SNIP vasectomy as compared to other methods of vasectomy are the following:.

  • No use of scalpel needle or incision.
  • No PAIN.
  • No stitches.
  • Quicker to perform.
  • Quicker and easier recovery.
  • More effective.
  • Lesser chances of complications like bleeding.

    Conventional Vasectomy

    Conventional Vasectomy

    In a conventional vasectomy, one or two small cuts are made in the skin of the scrotum with a knife to reach the vas deferens. The vas deferens is cut and a small piece is removed, leaving a short gap between the two ends. Next, the cut ends of the vas are tied and/or some tissue is placed in between them. These steps are then repeated on the other vas, either through the same cut or through a new one. The scrotal cuts may be closed with dissolvable stitches or allowed to close on their own.

    The conventional vasectomy is a more invasive procedure associated with higher risk of bleeding, inflammation, swelling, bruising, discomfort, and longer recovery.