Are you looking for a safe vasectomy? Sydney men can have one performed in under 30 minutes at our flagship Sydney Vasectomy Centre, which offers the no-scalpel technique performed under local anaesthetic allowing for a quicker recovery, and letting you to get back to your usual activities within seven days.
Dr Geoff Cashion performs around 60 of these procedures per week with one of the lowest costs for a vasectomy Eastern Suburbs patients can offer. His open-ended no-scalpel technique is proven to have the lowest risk of complications possible.
Our Sydney Vasectomy Centre in Enmore is the preferred location for people in Sydney’s Inner West and Eastern Suburbs, servicing people from in and around the Sydney CBD, Bondi and the Eastern Suburbs, Botany, Mascot, Alexandria, Hurstville, Petersham, Sydenham, and Ashfield.
What is Vasectomy
The vasectomy procedure is a form of male sterilisation that creates a permanent method of contraception via a surgical procedure. By closing the sperm-carrying tubes, sperm is no longer able to access the semen meaning there are no chances of possible pregnancy.
The vasectomy procedure is quick and able to be performed in under 30 minutes and does not require a general anaesthetic. Dr Cashion performs over 1500 vasectomies a year with a gentle technique that allows for a fast recovery and return to work all at an affordable price.
You will be able to have your consultation and the procedure within 48 hours in our clinic or speak to Dr Cashion for a free phone consultation. Online bookings are also available for a range of vasectomy clinic locations around Australia.
Why Choose Us
Dr Geoff Cashion has been practising medicine for over 17 years, and specifically with vasectomies for over 3 years, and was trained in the US by one of the world’s leading vasectomy surgeons, Dr Doug Stein, in Florida.
Dr Cashion specialises in the no-scalpel technique via multiple locations across Australia and is one of the busiest in the field, performing around 40 vasectomies a week. Many men have trusted his skills in ensuring they no longer have to worry about an unplanned pregnancy with their partner.
Born in Brisbane, Dr Cashion graduated from the University of Queensland in Medicine in 2002 and is a fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM) and the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (FRCEM). He is also a former medical educator and supervisor of general practice registrars through James Cook University.
|Less Medicare Rebate||$219|
|Out of Pocket Cost||$431|
A $100 deposit must be paid on booking to secure your appointment. The balance is payable on the day of your procedure. Once you have paid the full amount you will be provided with an invoice/receipt to claim your Medicare rebate.
Frequently Asked Questions
Recovery after the vasectomy procedure is very simple. You may feel a little sore; however this will only last for a few days. It will take around three months for your semen to become clear of sperm, at which point you will no longer require any birth control methods during intercourse.
There can be risks of bruising or infection; however these are quite low and can be minimised by resting and wearing underpants that provide ample support.
We recommend that you avoid aspirin as well as heavy lifting or extreme movement for a week after the vasectomy. Desk-based roles, however, should be able to be resumed the day after having your vasectomy.
It would also be best to avoid sitting for long periods, bike riding, and contact sports for around 2-3 weeks.
For those who are no longer wanting to have children, the vasectomy procedure provides peace of mind for both men and women, creating almost zero risk of possible pregnancy.
- North Shore – Neutral Bay Medical Centre
- Western Sydney – Blacktown Doctors and Medical Centre
- Newcastle – Cooks Hill Family Practice
- Wollongong – Oche Medical Centre
- Central Coast / Gosford – Gynaecology Centres of Australia
- Gladstone Park, Melbourne – Gladstone Park Superclinic
- Ashburton – Ashwood Medical Group
- Berwick – Casey Superclinic
- Rockhampton – CQ Doctors
- Adelaide – Trinity Garden Medical Centre
While vasectomies can be reversed, we strongly recommend you do not undergo this procedure if you think there is a chance you’ll want a reversal. Vasectomies should be thought of as permanent contraception.
Reversals are very expensive, not covered by Medicare, and can not be guaranteed to work.
You will be able to masturbate comfortably a few days after your procedure, and full sexual functions will be able to be resumed after roughly a week. There will be no change to erections, desire, or ejaculation post-procedure.
You may notice a slight difference in the volume of ejaculate, but for most men, their sex life improves post-vasectomy due to zero almost risk of pregnancy or requirement of contraception.
It is vital, however, that you do not rely on your vasectomy as a form of birth control until we have confirmed it is safe to do so, roughly around the three months month mark post-procedure. This time is required to flush the sperm from your semen.
The vasectomy procedure performed by Dr. Cashion is exceptionally safe, and it has been proven that the procedure creates no increased risks of long term complications such as cancer.
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