Vasectomy Frequently Asked Questions

Vasectomy is a very simple and safe method of contraception that is performed under local anesthesia. In vasectomy, the vas deferens is severed to prevent sperm from going from the testicles to the penis. The prostate and seminal vesicles continue to produce the same liquid, so the semen that is expelled has the same appearance, … Read more

Do you know the advantages of no-scalpel vasectomy?

No-scalpel vasectomy is a minimally invasive technique, which is performed under local anesthesia and on an outpatient basis, using forceps with a ring and a lancing device. Once the vas deferens is “trapped”, a tiny hole is made in the skin to exteriorize the duct so that it can be sectioned, ligated, coagulated, etc. In … Read more

Is there a treatment for buried penis

The pathology of the buried penis is very common as men get older or gain weight, with the consequence of an accumulation of infrapubic panniculus of fat that “buries” the penis or hides it. The end result is that the penis loses length significantly, and may even disappear. This disorder has mainly emotional consequences, since … Read more

Do you know the advantages of a no-scalpel vasectomy

What is a vasectomy? Vasectomy is a surgical method of male contraception. It consists of cutting the vas deferens, which are the tubes that carry sperm from the testicle to the outside. It should be noted that it does not affect sexual function or any other aspect of male health. It is an outpatient surgery, … Read more

Vasectomy Reversal: Vasovasostomy

Vasovasostomy is the surgical intervention intended to reverse a previous vasectomy. Although it began to be performed sporadically at the beginning of the last century, it was not until 1977 that it became popular thanks to Silber’s description of his microsurgical technique. Factors predictive of vasovasostomy success Generally, there is a tendency for the pregnancy … Read more

How to Correct Penile Curvature

There are many men who have a curved penis, a problem that is considered normal if it is mild, but which nevertheless worries many men. Penile curvatures are not usually related to diseases, except for Peyronie’s disease (or acquired curve), but are usually congenital (from birth) or caused by minor microtrauma. Even so, they are … Read more

Genital aesthetics and its 360º approach

Nowadays men are more concerned about their appearance and their body in general, but it must also be said that sometimes we find patients whose reason for consultation is medical (functional) when they present a pathology in their genital apparatus that hinders their correct functioning. Currently, in my experience, I can say that there are … Read more

What are chemical toxics and how do they affect us?

Chemical toxics are man-made substances, mostly as a result of industrial processes, which can have a detrimental effect on living organisms. It takes many years for these chemical toxicants to biodegrade and they are therefore persistent for decades in nature. It should be noted that these substances are lipophilic – they accumulate in fatty tissues, … Read more