Experienced Male Infertility Experts

Metro West Urology also has a very high rate of success, value and quality.

Over 15,000 no-scalpel vasectomies performed at Metro West Urology

The no-scalpel vasectomy procedure is a simple male birth control solution, in which the tube leading from each testicle is sealed shut to stop sperm from continuing its journey out of the body.

Procedure is done in the comfort of our office!

To further help his patients, our doctors use minimally invasive techniques for vasectomies. The whole vasectomy process takes about ten to twenty minutes.

Yes! We Speak Spanish and Portuguese!

Patients come to see our physicians from all over the USA (including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, New York, New Jersey and Florida) as well as Canada, Brazil, Europe and Asia.

Comfort During Urologic Procedures

We offer Nitrous Oxide, a safe and well-established method that
reduces pain and anxiety office-based urologic procedures.

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About Metrowest Urology

About Us

Male Infertility Experts Dr. Conners and Dr. Kacker of MetroWest Urology in Natick, Massachusetts, is please to announce an exciting new breakthrough with vasectomy and vasectomy reversal micro-surgery. Our doctors use an advanced open-ended technique with the vasectomies he performs. By using an open-ended vasectomy method, the doctor leaves the testicular end open- so that the testicles remain unaffected by the procedure. The open-ended vasectomy technique leads to less complications than the traditional vasectomy method. This new method allows for a reversal vasectomy (undoing the “snip”), if you change your mind in the future.

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Vasectomy Reversal

Vasectomy No Scalpel

Dr. Conners and Dr. Kacker use a “no-scalpel” vasectomy method. That means that instead of a surgeon scalpel, our doctors use special minimally invasive tools that are specific for microsurgery. This means much less pain during and after the procedure.

 Read about the No Scalpel Vasectomy – an Overview