- Kidney stones removal (ureterorenoscopy surgery)
- Urethral fixation in case of urinary incontinence
SterilisationSee available time slots
Sterilisation is a procedure that closes a man’s vasa deferentia. As a result of the procedure, it is no longer possible to have children in a natural way. Other physiological functions will not be impaired as a result of this procedure.
The surgery is performed under local or general anaesthesia. As a result of sterilisation, sperm cells disappear from the semen over time. The loss of sperm from semen is confirmed by a sperm analysis, which should be performed two to three months after sterilisation. If sperm remain in the ejaculate, the sperm analysis should be repeated in two months and, if necessary, until sperm cells disappear.
Of the possible complications of surgery, bleeding (hematoma) is more common after the procedure. Hematoma prophylaxis involves the use of tight-fitting underwear after surgery. Applying cold to the testicle can be used as first aid.
The risk of complications is higher with diabetes, immune diseases or lower body skin eczema.
The chance of inflammation is higher if you have previously undiagnosed genital inflammation. The patient will receive antibiotic treatment after the surgery to prevent possible inflammation.
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The price list shown is indicative. The price of the service depends on the individual treatment plan and the length of stay in the clinic.
Scheduling a surgery
Surgical procedures require a prior appointment with a doctor who will work out your treatment plan for you. Book an appointment with a specialist or call 1330.Before the surgery, please read the patient reminder and rules of procedure for the person coming for surgery.