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Monaghan + Morrow | Minimally Invasive Vasectomy Belfast
Monaghan + Morrow | Minimally Invasive Vasectomy Belfast and Dundalk
Minimally invasive, no-scalpel
vasectomy procedures.
Belfast + Dundalk

The Procedure

Monaghan+Morrow offers minimally invasive, no-scalpel vasectomy. A vasectomy is a sterilisation procedure performed on men to prevent them from having any more children. 

It is the safest and most effective permanent method of birth control. It is more reliable, much cheaper, and safer than female sterilisation (tubal ligation) and can be performed under local anaesthetic with minimal discomfort. It involves a laser-like device to divide and seal the tubes (vas deferens, to cut the vas or “vasectomy”) which carry the sperm from the testicles to the penis. The no-scalpel method is a modern, minimally invasive procedure that is regarded as the Gold Standard technique, being the safest and most reliable method of vasectomy. There is no need for a general anaesthetic or overnight hospital stay associated with the traditional open-cut method, and recovery time is greatly reduced.

A vasectomy will have no effect on your sex drive or performance as most of the semen is made up of fluid from the seminal glands and prostrate, both of which are downstream from the operation site. Orgasm and ejaculation are unaffected except the semen will no longer contain sperm.

The procedure itself is fast, safe, and simple. Our scalpel-free technique uses an electrocautery device that seals off the tubes carrying the sperm with no need for cutting or stitching, so you'll be back in the saddle in no time!

All of this and more will be explained before the procedure, however, if you have further questions in the meantime, please browse the FAQs below:

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Does a vasectomy cause you to lose testosterone?
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Can I sleep on my stomach afterward?
How quickly can I get back to work or exercise?
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Can a vasectomy be reversed?
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