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Easy™ Vasectomy is a simple, inexpensive, and effective form of permanent male contraception. It is safer, less invasive, and has fewer complications and quick recovery. Under local anesthesia, only a tiny puncture is made at the midline of the scrotum skin. This procedure is nearly 100 percent effective.

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Easy™ Vasectomy Reversal is an affordable vasovasostomy procedure with a high success rate. Dr. Shu adopted the same minimal invasive principles and surgical instruments as the no-scalpel vasectomy, which uses innovative new surgical techniques to significantly minimize trauma and pain and shorten recovery time.


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Three Major Reasons a Vasectomy Beats a Tubal Ligation | Minnesota

Every couple in Minnesota whose family is complete may consider permanent birth control. The sterilization procedures include vasectomy, tubal ligation, or tubal blocking. Both men and women should know and compare the differences, benefits and risks of these procedures. For most couples, vasectomy is often the safer, simpler and more affordable. There are ample medical … Read More

An Affordable and One Trip Vasectomy Care System in Minnesota

In the previous blog, we talked about the fear of pain, one of three most common road blockers for Minnesotan men hesitating to have a vasectomy. This blog talks about affordability and convenience in vasectomy care in Minnesota. Not too long ago, there was no Internet, or very limited information on Internet. All medical information … Read More

Factors Affecting the Pregnancy in Vasectomy Reversal Procedures | Minnesota

Sperm recovery is the first goal in the success of a vasectomy reversal procedure. We all know the ultimate measure of success in vasectomy reversal procedure is a pregnancy. There are several factors affecting pregnancy in vasectomy reversal procedures, and these factors are outlined here. 1. A pregnancy involves male and female partners. If both … Read More