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Vasectomy WBS

Vasectomy WBS

Vasectomy WBS (Vasectomy Without a Scalpel) is a modern method of permanent male contraception that is becoming more and more popular due to its numerous advantages.

The information below is intended to introduce the topic of WBS vasectomy, discuss its advantages, the procedure, recovery and answers to frequently asked questions.

WBS vasectomy at Mediss Medical in Gdansk

WBS vasectomy is a surgical procedure that involves cutting and blocking the vas deferens, which are the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the urethra. WBS differs from traditional vasectomy techniques in that it uses a special multi-point approach that minimizes the risk of pain and complications while increasing the effectiveness of the procedure.

Advantages of WBS vasectomy

  1. High effectiveness: Vasectomy is one of the most effective methods of male contraception, with an efficacy rate of up to 99.85%.
  2. Minimally invasive: WBS has less tissue trauma and shorter recovery time compared to traditional techniques.
  3. Rapid return to daily activities: Patients typically return to normal activities within a few days after surgery.
  4. Painless: Thanks to the use of local anesthetics and a multi-point technique, the procedure is practically painless.
  5. Low risk of complications: WBS vasectomy has a lower risk of complications, such as infections or hematomas, due to the minimal invasiveness of the procedure.

The process of performing a WBS vasectomy

  1. Consultation: The first step is to consult with a urologist who will assess the patient’s overall health, discuss medical history, and explain the procedure.
  2. Preparation for the procedure: The patient may be asked to shave the genital area and avoid food and drink for a few hours before the procedure.
  3. Treatment: The procedure usually takes about 15-30 minutes. A small incision is made in the skin of the scrotum, through which the surgeon reaches the vas deferens, then cuts it (1) and closes it (2).
  4. Anesthesia: Local anesthesia is used so that the patient is conscious but does not feel pain.
  5. Wound closure: After the procedure, the wound is closed with one or two stitches, which usually do not require removal because they are dissolvable.

 Convalescence after WBS vasectomy

  1. Rest: It is recommended to rest for the first 24-48 hours after surgery, avoid heavy physical exertion, and wear tight-fitting underwear to support the scrotum.
  2. Hygiene: It is important to keep the wound clean and dry, as well as to avoid bathing for the first few days.
  3. Avoiding sexual intercourse: Sexual abstinence is recommended for about a week after the procedure.
  4. Medical check-up: The patient should report for a urological check-up to assess wound healing and rule out possible complications.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is WBS vasectomy reversible?
    • WBS vasectomy is considered a permanent method, but in some cases it can be reversed with a complicated surgical procedure. However, the effectiveness of this procedure is not guaranteed.
  2. Does the procedure affect sex life?
    • WBS vasectomy does not affect sex drive, erection, or orgasm. Men can still enjoy an active sex life without the risk of fathering a child.
  3. Is there a risk of complications?
    • As with any surgical procedure, there is a risk of complications such as infections, hematomas or pain. However, the WBS method minimizes these risks thanks to its minimal invasiveness.
  4. When can I return to work?
    • Most patients return to work and normal activities within a few days after surgery, depending on the type of work they do.
  5. Does WBS vasectomy affect hormone levels?
    • Vasectomy does not affect testosterone production or other hormonal functions of the testicles.

Prevention and education

The decision to have a vasectomy is very personal and requires proper education and thought. It is important for patients to be aware of all aspects of the procedure, including its durability, effectiveness, and potential risks. Urologists and specialists at Mediss Medical Clinic are always there to help, providing patients with the necessary information and support to make an informed decision.


WBS vasectomy is a safe, effective and virtually painless method of permanent male contraception. Thanks to its minimal invasiveness and quick recovery process, more and more men are opting for this procedure as a way to control fertility. If you are considering a vasectomy, consult with the specialists at Mediss Medical Clinic to get full information about the procedure and make an informed decision. Our team of experienced urologists is ready to answer all your questions and provide the highest level of medical care.




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