A safe and effective means of birth control that millions of American men have used.
Vasectomy Time is a promotion we run that allows men to plan their vasectomy around something they want to watch on tv with minimal interruptions. You need to be resting with ice on the surgical site, so what better way to do that than watching tv or reading a good book? It is a great way to get uninterrupted “me” time with the wife’s approval! So, go ahead, pick your time and give us a call or text us at 804-330-9105 to schedule your initial consultation.
Here is some important information about having a vasectomy at Virginia Urology:
As with any surgery, a consultation with a urologist is needed. Patients are examined and the procedure is discussed. Vasectomies are performed at our surgery center located in our Stony Point facility and most are performed on Fridays. When scheduling the procedure, our precertification team will check insurance coverage and let you know your benefits. Keep in mind that as the new year begins, deductibles reset and out-of-pocket costs may be higher.
Surgery Day and Surgeon
We have several surgeons performing vasectomies on Fridays so you may or may not have the same doctor that you met in the office for your consultation. If you do prefer to have the same doctor, we are able to accommodate, but surgery would have to be done during his or her doctors surgery day which may not be a Friday.
Safe and Effective
A vasectomy is a safe and effective means of birth control that millions of American men have used. At Virginia Urology, it is one of the most commonly performed procedures done in our outpatient surgery center. Our physicians offer conventional vasectomy and no-scalpel vasectomy. It takes about 20 minutes to perform. Patients are able to go home immediately after the procedure, and after a few days of light activity, can resume a normal routine including sexual activity. Vasectomy is often covered by insurance plans and is a very cost-effective and convenient method of birth control when considering the ongoing costs of other methods.
For more detailed information on vasectomy please check the American Urological Association website.