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MSI No Scalpel Open Ended 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 Sydney

Considering having a vasectomy in Sydney? At MSI Vasectomy we only use the ‘no scalpel open ended’ technique, which decreases the chance of infection and uses our painless needle technique. We offer both IV sedation and local anaesthetic options. To learn more about the different models and their locations, please read below.

What is a vasectomy?

A vasectomy procedure is a permanent method of contraception that is designed for Sydney men who have decided not to have any, or any more children. It is a minor surgical procedure that involves separating the cut end of the tubes that move sperm from the testicles to the penis.

After treatment, the ejaculated semen will contain no sperm, as they are instead reabsorbed into the body through the tissue, instead of being integrated into the semen. This makes a vasectomy the most effective form of permanent contraception.

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Our vasectomy services
at MSI in Sydney

MSI Vasectomy offers high-quality professional vasectomy services country-wide.

Open ended vasectomy

An open ended vasectomy 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. This method allows the sperm to be naturally reabsorbed which means there is less chance of congestive epididymitis and other complications.

No scalpel vasectomy

A no scalpel vasectomy only requires a single small puncture in the skin and no stitches. We use a specially designed set of forceps which decreases the chance of infection and uses our painless needle technique.

Anaesthetic options

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

Please read the IV Sedation (IV) versus Local Anaesthetic (LA) FAQ to learn more about these options.

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Your options for having a vasectomy in Sydney

We are conveniently located at numerous practices within Sydney for your convenience.

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medical centre

If you choose to have your vasectomy at a medical centre:

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private day hospital

If you choose to have your vasectomy at a private day hospital:

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MSI day hospital

If you choose to have your vasectomy at an MSI day hospital:


The MSI No Scalpel Open Ended 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 Sydney?

Our vasectomy prices include a range of free support services such as access to over-the-phone interpreters, pre-care advice and 24-hour aftercare, giving you round-the-clock access to our registered nurses.

  • $480 with local anaesthetic in a medical centre
  • $690 with local anaesthetic in an MSI Day Hospital
  • $750 with intravenous sedation in an MSI Day Hospital
  • Minimal or no gap with private hospital insurance

In order to determine exactly how much the procedure will cost you, please don’t hesitate to contact us today for more information.

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Why choose MSI for your vasectomy
procedure in Sydney?

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
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 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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Frequently Asked Questions

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

Complications after having a vasectomy are very rare. However, Post Vasectomy Pain Syndrome is a complication that can occur after the procedure. In most cases, the pain will subside automatically, but in rare cases, additional surgery may be required to attempt to resolve the issue.

No, there is no medical referral required in order to consult with a vasectomist in Sydney.

Vasectomy is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures in Australia, with over 29,000 men getting one each year.

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

No, a vasectomy doesn’t affect the production of testosterone and so will not affect your sex drive, ability to get an erection or ejaculate semen.

We recommend that you avoid resuming sexual activity for at least 7 days after having a vasectomy. For the first 8 to 12 weeks post vasectomy, you’ll need to use another method of contraception, as it can take this long to clear the remaining sperm in your tubes.

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

Tubal ligation is similar to a vasectomy but is a more complex procedure. A female tubal ligation is carried out under general anaesthetic and includes several scalpel incisions. As a result, the downtime and recovery period is longer. 

  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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