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At the University of Vermont Medical Center, our Board Certified urologists perform more than 100 vasectomies per year.
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A vasectomy is a permanent form of birth control for males that prevents the release of sperm during ejaculation. At the University of Vermont Medical Center, our skilled team of Urologic Surgeons perform hundreds of these procedures for patients in the community we serve.
At the UVM Medical Center, you benefit from:
You must have your sperm count checked three months after the procedure, at the earliest. Until your physician confirms that the count shows you are sterile, you will need to continue to use other forms of birth control given you may still not be sterile and your partner could become pregnant.
Find a UVM Medical Center Urologist or call us at 802-847-2884.