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No-Scalpel Vasectomy

Simple, Safe Procedure with Effective Results

Our no scalpel vasectomy is a 20 minute minor surgical procedure, performed under local anaesthetic, in a convenient, comfortable and confidential environment. No scalpel vasectomy is a safe minor surgical procedure. Side effects are few and rare. You can return to work and normal activity within a few days. Vasectomy is considered the most reliable form of long term contraception.

Dr Michael Moloney

Dr Moloney is accredited as a No Scalpel Vasectomist with the Association of Surgeons in Primary Care. Dr Moloney has a special interest in the area of family planning and womens health. He has completed a Diploma in Obstetrics and Womens Health in the Royal College of Physicians.

Dr Moloney has undertaken extensive training in the process of vasectomies and has received training from the renouned Dr Laurel Spooner. Dr Laurel Spooner is the president of the Association of Surgeons in Primary Care and a member of the Council of the Association of Surgeons in Great Britain and Ireland. She was a pioneer in bringing the ‘No Scalpel Vasectomy’ (NSV) technique to the UK in the 1990s and has performed over 10,000 vasectomies.

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No-Scalpel Vasectomy

A No-Scalpel Vasectomy is a safe and effective minor surgical procedure which can be easily performed under local anaesthetic. It is the most reliable method of long term contraception available.

It can be provided in the convenience of the surgery and most men can return to normal activities within a few days.

The benefit of No-Scalpel Vasectomy over conventional vasectomy is reduced discomfort, far less bruising and bleeding and a shorter recovery time after your vasectomy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are you considering a vasectomy? We understand this is an important decision for you and your family and no doubt we expect you to have lots of questions. We have addressed some of the most common concerns which hopefully give you a clear understanding of the procedure.

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