Call Us

Effective and Safe Vasectomy Services in North Sydney, NSW

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)

save $230 offer

Take Control of Your Future Sooner With a Lower Upfront Cost

If you’re considering a permanent solution to birth control, our vasectomy clinic in North Sydney offers a fast, effective and safe option. We specialise in the advanced ‘MSI Open Ended No Scalpel’ technique for vasectomies.

This method, considered a minor surgical procedure, significantly lowers the likelihood of infection. We take pride in our innovative anaesthesia delivery, ensuring a virtually pain-free experience, setting the highest standard in the field of permanent contraception.

What is a vasectomy?

A vasectomy is a straightforward surgical procedure, acknowledged as the only permanent method of contraception for men. It involves sealing the vas deferens, the sperm-carrying tubes from the testicles to the penis. As a result, sperm is no longer present in the semen upon ejaculation.

vasectomy clinic north sydney
Vasectomy in Central Coast

How is the procedure performed at our vasectomy clinic in North Sydney?

Below you can find more details about the type of procedure we provide at our vasectomy clinic in North Sydney:

Open-ended vasectomy

This technique involves sealing only the upper part of the vas deferens, leaving the end connected to the testicle open, allowing natural sperm reabsorption and reducing the chance of complications such as congestive epididymitis.

No scalpel vasectomy

We only use the MSI No-Scalpel method, involving a small puncture in the scrotum, negating the need for sutures. Specialised forceps are used to minimise infection risks.

Book Your Vasectomy With Australia's Largest Vasectomy Provider

Having a vasectomy at our North Sydney Medical Centre

If you choose to have your vasectomy at our North Sydney medical centre, this is what you can expect:


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 North Sydney?

Our vasectomy prices incorporate a number of additional services, including 24-hour aftercare, giving you round-the-clock access to our registered nurses.

  • From $480 with local anaesthetic in a medical centre

Please note that there may be some variations in your vasectomy fee. In order to determine exactly how much the procedure will cost you, please don’t hesitate to contact us today for more information.

Why choose MSI as your
vasectomy clinic in North Sydney?

At MSI Vasectomy, we’ve been at the forefront of providing the highest quality family planning and vasectomy services in Australia for the past two decades. With over 600,000 men placing their trust in us for their sexual and reproductive health care, we stand as the nation’s largest vasectomy provider.

Our key points of difference are:

  • Leading Provider in Australia: As the foremost vasectomy provider across Australia, we have established a strong reputation for excellence in reproductive health services.
  • Superior Technique: We exclusively utilise the advanced ‘MSI No Scalpel Open Ended’ technique in our vasectomy procedures, ensuring high-quality, consistent results across all our skilled vasectomy specialists.
  • Affordable Options: Our services are designed to be financially accessible. We offer competitive rates starting from $480 out-of-pocket expenses with Medicare coverage, available at selected locations.

Meet Dr Justin Low

National Director of Vasectomy Services

Justin is the National Director of Vasectomy Services at MSI Vasectomy Australia. He received his medical degree from the University of Sydney in 1987, completed the RACGP Family Medicine Program (FMP) in 1991 and became a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 1993.

Learn more about all of our MSI Vasectomy doctors

Dr Justin Low
dr justin low

Where to get a vasectomy in North Sydney


How to book a vasectomy at
our North Sydney medical practice

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 with us at MSI Australia you can fill out our online booking form.


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

Yes, a vasectomy reversal procedure is possible, however, it’s important to consider a vasectomy as a permanent method of contraception. The reversal is a more complex surgical procedure and might not always restore fertility.

A vasectomy procedure does not impact testosterone levels. The testicles continue to produce testosterone as usual, ensuring that hormonal balance and secondary sexual characteristics are maintained.

A vasectomy procedure does not impact testosterone levels. The testicles continue to produce testosterone as usual, ensuring that hormonal balance and secondary sexual characteristics are maintained.

No, it does not. Current research indicates no increased risk of prostate cancer or testicular cancer due to a vasectomy. The procedure is considered a safe and permanent method of contraception with minimal long-term health risks.

While vasectomy is generally considered a safe and low-risk procedure, as with all surgical procedures, there are potential risks and side effects. However, these are quite rare. The most notable among these is post-vasectomy pain syndrome, a condition where pain or discomfort persists in the scrotal area for an extended period after the procedure. Other possible but uncommon risks include infection, bleeding, or a mild inflammatory reaction to the sperm that may leak from the vas deferens.

After a vasectomy, you can generally resume sexual activity a week after the procedure. However, it’s crucial to listen to your body and not rush the process. Some men may need a bit more time, especially if experiencing discomfort or swelling. However, it is essential to use an alternative form of birth control for the first 3 months and until a follow-up sperm count confirms the absence of sperm in the ejaculate.

  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

Download Free E-Book

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
ebook cover

Thinking Of Getting
A Vasectomy?

Take Control of Your Future Sooner
With a Lower Upfront Cost