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What Is Involved In a Non-Invasive Vasectomy Procedure?

It is important to understand how exactly a vasectomy works to prevent pregnancy. A man’s sperm (necessary for a woman to get pregnant) is produced by his testicles. This sperm is carried by tubes (vas deferens) that pas through a prostate. The urethra is a vas deferens on the other side, that connects to this read more →

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Why Are No-Scalpel Vasectomies Effective?

A Vasectomy in Ottawa is now a commonly accepted birth control method. Men prefer it because it is easy and not so painful. They undergo a vasectomie procedure at the Ottawa Vasectomy and Infant Circumcision clinic because its quick and the recovery period is very short too. It is also a very effective birth control read more →

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Is a Vasectomy Painful?

A Vasectomy in Ottawa is widely accepted as an effective birth control method. It is a routine kind of surgery that doctors can do in their office or hospital. It is a short procedure that allows the patient to go home the same day and is very simple because it just blocks sperm-carrying tubes in read more →

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Common Misconceptions About Vasectomies

Most men like to gain knowledge about vasectomies in Ottawa and Gatineau and gather this information through the internet. While such information is easily accessible, it is also confusing, as you sift through a mix of facts and myths. It is better to meet an experienced doctor and get your facts right. At the Ottawa read more →

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At What Age Should You Ideally Get A Vasectomy?

A Vasectomy is a very popular contraceptive option not just in Canada but in North America too. Post a successful vasectomy, there are no chances of pregnancy as it is a permanent procedure. At the Ottawa Vasectomy and Infant Circumcision clinic, we use an advanced technique in which no needles or scalpels are used. This read more →

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Understanding The Benefits and Risks Of Getting a Vasectomy In Ottawa

Many men are choosing to get vasectomies in Ottawa. This painless procedure is very quick and easy but needs to be conducted at a certified and well-established clinic. We at the Ottawa Vasectomy and Infant Circumcision clinic, provide safe and effective vasectomy services. There are a number of benefits to it such as: Vasectomy In read more →

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Facts About Scalpel-Free Vasectomies In Ottawa

Only a man’s sperm can get a woman pregnant. The sperm is produced in the testicles and travels through tubes called the vas deferens. These tubes lead through the prostate into the urethra. During a vasectomy procedure, the left and right vas deferens are blocked. This means the man’s ejaculate doesn’t contain any sperm. It read more →

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The Needle Free Vasectomy Process in Ottawa

Needle-free vasectomies are a non-invasive procedure that can be completed within a matter of 15 minutes. In a vasectomy, the vas deferens (tubes that carry the sperm from the testicles) are blocked. This prevents the sperm from flowing into the semen. We at the Ottawa Vasectomy and Infant Circumcision clinic, use this advanced procedure at read more →

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4 Vasectomy Myths You Must Know

It is common today for most men to access information on a vasectomy through the Internet, a mine of facts, misconceptions, and myths. Sifting it to understand the truth is a time consuming and brain-wracking exercise. A better option is to consult with an expert doctor to check the veracity of the information you have read more →

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Do Vasectomies Hurt?

A vasectomy is a very simple surgery. A doctor can perform it in an office, a clinic or hospital. The procedure involves blocking or cutting off small tubes in your scrotum that carry sperm and cause pregnancy. A vasectomy is a simple and quick procedure and you can go home the same day. It is read more →

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