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Vasectomy Cost & Procedure

April 25th, 2018
Vasectomy Cost & Procedure

Vasectomy is one of the most popular methods of contraception in the United States. Over 500,000 vasectomy procedures are performed each year.  Vasectomy along with tubal ligation (in females), are the most effective means of preventing pregnancy.

However, vasectomy is about ¼ the cost of tubal ligation, has fewer risks, less side effects, and does not require general anesthetic.

After Hours Walk-In Clinic

April 13th, 2018
After Hours Walk-In Clinic

Because medical issues don’t always happen during office hours.
Our experts are here evenings and weekends to provide high-quality, non-emergent urology or gynecology care. Let our staff help save you from the financial burden and long waits of an ER visit.

Vasectomy FAQ

April 9th, 2018
Vasectomy FAQ

If you know your family is complete and you want a guilt-free weekend watching football, join ClubV today!
Enjoy a guilt-free weekend on the couch watching football when you schedule your easy, safe and quick vasectomy!

Safe, affordable and permanent family planning
Most effective form of birth control (except for abstinence)
Show your partner you care by taking away her need to use invasive and expensive birth control
Takes less than 20 minutes then a weekend on the couch to recover

What is a vasectomy?
A vasectomy is a simple, safe, easy, and inexpensive method of birth control when compared with other birth control methods such as condoms, oral contraceptives, implants, and devices or female sterilization called “tubal ligation”. Although there is a reversal procedure it can be costly and not always 100% successful so we strongly recommend men consider vasectomies to be permanent.

Overactive Bladder Clinical Research Treatment

April 3rd, 2018
Overactive Bladder Clinical Research Treatment

First, it's important to realize that OVERACTIVE BLADDER is not a “weak” bladder. In fact, OAB occurs when nerves are affected. These nerves send signals to your bladder at the wrong time, causing the muscle to squeeze without warning. This process causes your bladder to spasm uncontrollably, creating leakage, the strong sudden need to “go,” and going too often.

BPH Treatment

March 15th, 2018
BPH Treatment

Treatment options for benign prostatic hyperplasia BPH may include:

lifestyle changes
medications
minimally invasive procedures
surgery

A health care provider treats benign prostatic hyperplasia based on the severity of symptoms, how much the symptoms affect a man’s daily life, and a man’s preferences.