Vasectomy vs Condom Use
Condoms provide an effective method of protection against sexually transmitted diseases (STI). Vasectomy alone does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases.
Advantages of Condoms
For a man with multiple sexual partners or who is concerned about exposing himself to sexually transmitted diseases through his partner condoms provide an effective method of protection against sexually transmitted infections.
Condoms as a method of contraception are effective when used correctly with success up to 95%.
Condoms also offer flexibility in terms of contraception. If a man and his partner decide to have children, once they stop using condoms, his partner can get pregnant.
Disadvantages of Condoms
Condom failure is common such as when condoms slip off or burst during sex with failure rates ranging from 5-40%. Condoms make sex less spontaneous, sometimes decrease enjoyment for one or both partners. One needs to have one to use one and sometimes they are not available when you need them most.
Advantages of Vasectomy
Vasectomy is a very effective method of permanent contraception and men. The failure rate of vasectomy is less than 1 in 2000. There is no need to use condoms and sex can be more spontaneous and less awkward. With a vasectomy, a man does not need to rely on the woman for contraception. If you’re wondering if she is secretly trying to get pregnant, you can have a certainty that you are not the father.
Disadvantages of Vasectomy
While vasectomy is a permanent option of contraception, about 5% of men have a change of heart and mind and want to have children after they had a vasectomy. This often happens when they get into a new relationship. While vasectomy reversal or sperm retrieval for IVF is possible, these options are expensive and are not always effective.
Vasectomy also does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases. A small number of men develop chronic pain or discomfort and may require treatment for that.
Bottom Line: Vasectomy vs Condoms
Condoms are a good contraceptive option for men who plan to have children in the future. A vasectomy is a good option for men who are certain that they do not want to have more children in the future.
Where to Get No-Scalpel Vasectomy in NYC?
At New York Urology Specialists, we offer no-scalpel vasectomy procedure for men.
We perform a no-scalpel vasectomy, vasectomy reversal, cosmetic circumcision, circumcision revision, penile frenuloplasty, and offer treatment for phimosis, balanitis, penile irritation, and redness. We treat sexual and erection problems and offer comprehensive STD testing for infections. We offer confidential appointments. Our prices are affordable with or without insurance.
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What You Need to Know:
- Benefits of No-Scalpel Vasectomy Under Local Anesthesia
- No scalpel vasectomy: Who is a good candidate?
- Vasectomy vs Tubal Ligation
- Pregnancy After Vasectomy
Why Choose New York Urology Specialists for your Vasectomy?
- All vasectomies are performed by a board-certified urologist experienced in performing vasectomies, not an assistant. Our vasectomy dr is one of the most experienced specialists who perform no-scalpel, no-needle vasectomy in NYC.
- We are one of the few practices in the region to offer no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy.
- We offer vasectomy under local anesthesia which avoids the risks, costs, and recovery from general anesthesia. Most men are able to return to office work and other normal activities the next day.
- Extensive Experience: Hundreds of successful no-scalpel vasectomies performed under local anesthesia at the Vasectomy Center at New York Urology Specialists.
- We are one of the few practices in the region to offer a full range of options for the treatment of sexual and erection problems in men.
- We are conveniently located within 30-60 minute commute to men who are seeking vasectomy in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Westchester, Long Island, Bronx, and New Jersey.
What does Vasectomy Scar Look Like?
You can find pictures of circumcision as well as before and after treatment images in our image gallery.
Scheduling Appointments for Vasectomy at New York Urology Specialists
Vasectomy With Fast Recovery at New York Urology Specialists
At New York Urology Specialists, our urologists are specially-trained in no-scalpel, no-needle vasectomy procedure.
We also address common sexual and genital concerns in men. We understand the challenges that sexual and penile problems such as pain in the penis, cuts on the foreskin, irritation, and curvature create for our patients, their relationships, and their self-esteem. We help you find a treatment for penile problems including appearance concerns, foreskin problems, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction that fit your needs, lifestyle, and your preferences.
We Treat Some of the Most Complex Penis, Scrotal, and Foreskin Problems Including:
- The foreskin that cannot be pulled back
- Scrotal hydrocele treatment
- Circumcision Revision
- Testicular implants
- Male infertility
- Penile Pain During Sex
- Impotence in men with diabetes.
- Erectile dysfunction in men for whom Viagra and Cialis do not work.
Schedule an Appointment with Dr. Shteynshlyuger:
Dr. Alex Shteynshlyuger is a fellowship-trained board-certified urologist with expertise in no-scalpel vasectomy.
He also specializes in the evaluation and treatment of sexual and erection problems in men using modern effective and proven treatment methods. We offer circumcision, circumcision revision, penile frenuloplasty, penoscrotal web repair, testicular implants, inflatable penile implant, shockwave therapy for ED, and treatment for Peyronie’s disease.
He is highly recommended by top primary care physicians in the New York area. If you or someone you know has been experiencing urological symptoms, make an appointment to take advantage of Dr. Shteynshlyuger’s expert advice. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
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