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Male Reproductive Anatomy

Traditional vasectomy blocks the vas deferens, preventing sperm from being added to man's ejaculation fluid, semen. A local anesthetic is given, and one or two incisions are made in the scrotum with a scalpel. The two vas deferens are revealed, cut, and blocked. The incisions are then closed with sutures.

The "No-Scalpel" method of Vasectomy uses an advanced technique to reach the vas deferens. It requires no scalpel. The physician avoids complex surgery by carefully isolating the vas deferens using the fingers of one hand. The vasa are then fixed just below the scrotal skin. A single small opening in the skin is made with a pointed forceps. The vasa are then delivered through the skin, cut, and sealed.