|About half a million American men each year choose vasectomy for permanent birth control. Vasectomy is considered nearly 100 percent effective, safe, and does not interfere with sexual pleasure.
Most urologists perform vasectomy procedures. There are different techniques in performing a vasectomy. The traditional method uses a scalpel and the modern method which is called the “no scalpel vasectomy”. Both the traditional method and the no-scalpel technique are safe and effective in experienced hands. Urologists usually take advanced training to learning the no scalpel procedure.
Products and Resources – Rx
General Adult Urology
BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) Drugs
- FLOMAX – Tamsulosin
- AVODART – Dutasteride
- JALYN – Dutasteride and Tamsulosin HCI
- RAPAFLO – Silodosin
- ANDROGEL – Testosterone Gel
- AXIRON – Testosterone Topical Solution
- FORTESTA – Testosterone Gel
- TESTIM – Testosterone Gel
Minimally Invasive Technologies for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)