Costs for No-Scalpel Vasectomy

vasectomy doctorIf using insurance, your deductible may apply to the procedure. To find out, please call the number on the back of your insurance card and speak to a representative at your insurance company. The CPT Code is 55250. If your deductible applies, generally you can expect your to be $700 to $800 (please note, this does not include pathology analysis or post-vasectomy semen analysis, both of which may also apply to your deductible).

Additionally, please note the following:

If you do not have insurance, you can self-pay for the procedure.

Pre-Operative Guidelines

Before The Procedure

Day of the Procedure

Recovery Information

After the procedure it’s important to know that you are still fertile right after the procedure. The vasectomy is not considered effective until its been confirmed no sperm is longer present in the semen. It’s also important to not have sex until the Doctor has specified that it’s safe to do so. Expect to wait 8-10 weeks for a vasectomy to become effective, but can change depending on the patient.

Please follow the following instructions after the vasectomy procedure:

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