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Fast And Effective Vasectomy Services in Brisbane, QLD

Save up to $230 on Your Upfront Fee

20 years of vasectomy experience in Australia

MSI No Scalpel Open Ended Vasectomy Technique

IV Sedation or Local Anaesthetic available

Minimal or no Gap with Private Health Insurance

Bulk Billing for all post vasectomy sperm tests. (most providers charge $70-$80)

Where to get a vasectomy in Brisbane

All of our vasectomies in Brisbane are carried out at MSI Ausralia Bowen Hills MSI Day Hospital (8 Campbell St, Bowen Hills QLD 4006).

PRIVATE DAY HOSPITAL

Have you and your partner decided that you don’t want to have children? Or perhaps you’ve decided not to have any more? If so you may be considering having a vasectomy. At MSI Vasectomy Brisbane we only use the ‘no scalpel open-ended’ technique, which decreases the chance of infection. We also offer the choice of IV sedation or local anaesthesia for the procedure.

What is a vasectomy?

A vasectomy is a simple surgical procedure that involves cutting the tubes that moves sperm from the testicles to the end of the penis. After the procedure, the ejaculated semen will no longer contain sperm, making a vasectomy the most effective form of permanent contraception for Brisbane men.

A vasectomy should be considered irreversible and is only suitable for men who have decided not to have any or don’t wish to have any more children. A vasectomy reversal is expensive, not normally covered by health insurance and doesn’t have a 100% success rate.

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Our vasectomy services
in Brisbane

At MSI Vasectomy Brisbane, we only use the ‘open-ended, no scalpel’ vasectomy technique, which decreases the chance of infection. We also offer a choice of using either IV sedation or local anaesthetic for the procedure.

Open ended vasectomy

At MSI Vasectomy Brisbane, we only perform open-ended vasectomies as this method allows the sperm to be naturally reabsorbed into the body, this means there is much less chance of complications such as congestive epididymitis.

This technique only closes the upper part of the tube, leaving the end connected to the testicle completely open. As a result, the sperm are still released within the scrotum, but the volume is very small.

No scalpel vasectomy

Before the no scalpel vasectomy technique, a conventional vasectomy would typically require a scalpel incision and stitches. The no scalpel technique only requires a single small puncture in the skin (with no stitches). This is done with a specially designed set of forceps that decrease the chance of infection.

Anaesthetic options

At MSI Brisbane we provide a comprehensive service where both IV sedation (IV) and local anaesthetic (LA) are available, depending on your preference. Our LA *painless anaesthetic delivery technique means many patients report experiencing little to no pain when the local anaesthetic is injected.

Our vasectomy doctors will discuss all the details of both options with you so that you can decide which you prefer for the procedure. 

At MSI Vasectomy we only use the ‘no scalpel open ended’ technique, which is fast, effective and decreases the chance of infection.

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Having a vasectomy in Brisbane

All of our vasectomies in Brisbane are carried out at MSI Ausralia Bowen Hills MSI Day Hospital. A vasectomy here includes:

Vasectomy in a Brisbane private day hospital

*Maximum of $100 Gap at all locations except Adelaide ($300).
**Please refer to individual pricing on the booking page.

VASECTOMY SERVICES IN AUSTRALIA

The MSI No Scalpel Open Ended Vasectomy Technique uses an inert permanent suture rather than a metal clip (which can fall off) or a dissolving suture (which can cause inflammation). We also use Bupivacaine local anaesthetic which has a longer duration of action and may protect from chronic post operative pain.

 
10x less side effects than traditional methods
10x less chance of failure than traditional methods
Permanent nylon suture
Longer pain relief after surgery (4-5hrs)
No metal clips that can fall off
How much does a vasectomy cost in Brisbane?

Vasectomy in a Sydney private day hospital

  • Minimal or No gap with private health insurance*
  • From $690 (LA) and $750 (IV) out of pocket with Medicare but no private health insurance**
  • LA and IV sedation (limited locations)

*Maximum of $100 Gap at all locations except Adelaide ($300).
**Please refer to individual pricing on the booking page.

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Why choose MSI for your vasectomy
procedure in Brisbane?

At MSI our doctors perform the most modern, effective and safest vasectomy procedure method (no scalpel, open-ended vasectomy), and only use technologies that have been approved for use in Australia. Our specialised team of practitioners ensure you receive the best standard of care before, during and after your appointment with us.

Dr Justin Low
MBBS FRACGP
National Director of Vasectomy Services

Justin’s current role is National Director of Vasectomy Services at MSI Vasectomy Australia which involves education, training and maintaining vasectomy surgical standards across the country.

Justin received his medical degree from the University of Melbourne in 1987 and completed the RACGP Family Medicine Program (FMP) in 1991 and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1993.

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How to book a Brisbane vasectomy with MSI

If you’d like to get in contact with us to ask any questions or address any concerns you may have, you can fill out our online contact form. Or if you’re ready to book your vasectomy appointment you can fill out our online booking form.

FAQ
FAQs

If you have any more questions about our Brisbane vasectomy services please don’t hesitate to contact us today. In the meantime please find below our most frequently asked questions about vasectomies.

Yes, you do still ejaculate after a vasectomy. You will also not see a notable decrease in volume, as sperm forms less than 5% of your total ejaculate.

You may feel some slight discomfort during the procedure but most men experience minimal or no pain during their vasectomy.

No, you are not put under for a vasectomy. At MSI Brisbane you have the choice of using a local anaesthetic or IV sedation, but having the procedure under general anaesthetic is not an option.

A vasectomy is the most effective form of male birth control and the procedure has a failure rate of only approximately 0.1%.

Although a vasectomy should be considered irreversible when you’re deciding whether it’s right for you, an operation to reconnect the tubes (known as the vas deferens) is possible if you want to attempt to recover your fertility. However, vasectomy reversals are very expensive, not normally covered by health insurance and don’t have a 100% success rate.

After a vasectomy, even though they’ve been disconnected, you may still have viable sperm in your vas deferens. It can take up to 3 months to clear the remaining sperm. You should keep using contraception until a semen test shows a zero sperm count.

Recovery time after having a vasectomy will vary for every individual. A large number of men are able to be active on the same day as the procedure and others need to take a few days. It’s important to take the time to recover after a vasectomy as it will help ease any sensitivity or discomfort in the area.

It is possible to drive home after a vasectomy but we wouldn’t recommend it. Ideally, you should arrange an alternative ride home from our Brisbane clinic to ensure you’re as comfortable as possible and so that you can begin the healing process immediately after the procedure.

References
  1. Sokal et al, Journal of Urology, Vol. 162, 1621-1625, November 1999
  2. Labrecque et al, BMC Medicine 2004
  3. Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare Clinical Guidance, RCOG , 12-13,  Sept 2014
  4. Intra-vas deferens bupivacaine for prevention of acute pain and chronic discomfort after vasectomy.  L. D. Paxton, B. K. Huss et al  British Journal of Anaesthesia 1995; 74: 612-613

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