Dr Vijayant Govinda Gupta - Best Urologist and Andrologist in India

No Scalpel Vasectomy In New Delhi, India |Family
Planning Surgery In Men

Dr Vijayant Govinda Gupta is Government of India authorized family planning surgeon in New Delhi India. He is registered with National Health Mission of India to perform No Scalpel vasectomy in New Delhi, India. As a part of the Government initiative he has performed hundreds of No Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV) successfully. Now he offers male sterilization services to male clients in a private paid for setting. High Quality Private and Secure Vasectomy Clinic for Men.

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Anatomy of The Vas

Sperms are produced in the testis. These sperms travel from the testis to the penis via a tube structure called the vas (Vas Deferens).

The vas is a thin tube that can be felt via the thin skin of your scrotum or nut sack.

The sperms enter the fluid produced in the seminal vesicles and prostate to form the semen which is ejaculated out during sex.

No Scalpel Vasectomy In New Delhi

During Vasectomy the vas is disrupted or broken or cut. The the semen is produced normally, but it will not contain sperms.

What Is Family Planning And Its Importance Today?

Family planning is an investment that a couple make into their future.

Planning a family is essential in todays times of increasing costs and uncertain economy.

It is the duty of every parent to only bring those children in the world that they can give adequate care to.

“Hum Do, Hamare Do”, the slogan given by the Government of India for vasectomy in India is the need of the hour.

Men Vs Women In The Family Planning Decision

Women today are equal partners in marriages and to put the onus of contraception solely on the female partner is not acceptable to many woman.

Unwanted pregnancy can cause significant mental trauma and emotional distress to the married couple and creates need for difficult and costly abortions.

Family planning is a decision between a couple, family planning services are not aimed at one person, but two people invested in one another. It is strongly advised that men and women discuss among themselves their priorities and choose wisely.

Options For Family Planning For Men

Options for men are broadly limited to either using condoms or a vasectomy (No scalpel technique).

Using spermicidal gels or the withdrawal method are largely ineffective.

Their may be some religious inhibition to family planning but, there are now enough clarifications from religious bodies, muftis, pandits and other religious heads justifying family planning. Bringing a child into the world that you cannot take care of is a bigger sin.

RISUG is another modality under development.

Why Are Condoms Ineffective?

Condoms are ineffective. They suffer from many disadvantages as a reliable family planning alternative. They reduce pleasure and intimacy between the couple. It may be difficult to wear every time. Improper usage is fairly common and condoms may slip. And Condoms may tear or may have holes in them.

Condoms are not a realistic long term reliable family planning method in men.

No Scalpel Vasectomy Vs Tubectomy

Many men think, that why should I get a vasectomy when my wife can get a tubectomy. This is flawed thinking. Yes, your wife can get a tubectomy, but does not mean she should.

Tubectomy or Vasectomy – choose the one that suits you, but do plan a family.

Tubectomy Has Several Disadvantages Compared To No Scalpel Vasectomy.

  • It is an invasive surgery – the procedure needs to enter inside the patients abdomen
  • Pain and risk of infection
  • Risk associated with anaesthesia
  • Tubectomy is difficult to reverse if you desire a child
  • Tubectomy is associated with ectopic pregnancies

Vasectomy in men is better than tubectomy in females.

What Is A Vasectomy?

Vasectomy is a SAFE, RELIABLE and PERMANENT method of male sterilisation.

Vasectomy is the surgical procedure to cut the vas. It is of two types – Conventional and No Scalpel vasectomy.

With the cutting of the vas, the path of the sperm to the semen is permanently blocked. With no sperms in the semen, the man cannot father a child.

No Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV) Vs Conventional Vasectomy

In no scalpel vasectomy, instead of giving a cut in the scrotum, using a special instrument, the vas is delivered out of the scrotum without any cut or stitches.

This makes the procedure painless and the patient does not require any suture removal in the post operative period.

No scalpel vasectomy is a painless bloodless and safe male family planning option.

Eligibility Criteria For NSV

To be eligible for a vasectomy, the Government of India lays down very stringent criteria. The eligibility criteria are (self declaration – no proof required)

  • Should be ever married
  • Should be above 18 years of age
  • Should have at least one living child above 1 year of age
  • Should be mentally sound to understand and give consent
  • Should not be coerced or under any pressure

Consent of the wife or spouse is not required to get a vasectomy in India.

Complications of No Scalpel Vasectomy

Vasectomy is otherwise a very safe procedure but their are certain complications that may happen. For the science behind it read this article (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1964127/)

  • Bleeding (1%) – usually mild and resolves on its own. Bleeding is usually limited to a few drops or spots on the underwear.
  • Pain in the scrotum or the testis (less than 1 percent) – usually self limiting and disappears. Ice massage and snug undergarments are preferred.
  • Infection – very very rare especially in clean operating theaters

Vasectomy does not cause impotency, prostate cancer, erectile dysfunction, loss of pleasure or chronic pain.

Government of India Standards For Vasectomy

The Government of India by its Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, under the National Rural Health Mission has set very stringent standards for No Scalpel Vasectomy to be performed in India.

I have incorporated these standards in my practice and with me you will receive treatment and services which are much more than the standards prescribed by the Government of India.

I can provide you the health manual if you want to read and know more. Leave a request below. (Click link to download)

No Scalpel Vasectomy | My Experience

I am qualified and certified to perform No Scalpel Vasectomy.

  • Master of Surgery from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi where I assisted and performed with Dr RCM Kaza more than 100 vasectomies.
  • Performed more than 1000 successful NSV
  • MCh Urology from PGIMER Chandigarh where I learnt microscopic surgery including vasal surgeries
  • Certified by MOHFW under Government of India as trained to perform No Scalpel Vasectomy
  • Participate in NSV camp as counsellor and surgeon, during IITF at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi in 2014
  • Participation and Organisation of World Vasectomy Conference in Goa in 2013

Cost of No Scalpel Vasectomy In India

The cost of No Scalpel Vasectomy in Delhi (India) is Rupees 25000 (500 US Dollar).

Spousal Consent For Vasectomy In Delhi

No, Government of India does not insist on spousal consent. Consent of wife or partner is not required to get a No scalpel vasectomy in New Delhi India.

No Scalpel Vasectomy | What To Expect?

  • No scalpel vasectomy is a day care procedure.
  • Time required is 30 minutes.
  • It will be done in local anesthesia.
  • No scalpel Vasectomy is painless.
  • There are no stitches or cuts on the body or scrotum.
  • You can resume light work immediately.
  • You can schedule the procedure on a Sunday and return to office on a Monday.
  • You can resume active sex on the same day but you will have to use a condom for 30 days.
  • Usually there is enough sperm stored in the vas to last for 15 to 20 intercourse.
  • The GOI advises to wait for 3 months, but scientific literature supports earlier testing.

No Scalpel Vasectomy Reversal

I am also trained in no scalpel vasectomy reversal or vasectomy reversal. So if you desire a pregnancy after a few years, I can reverse the procedure and we can document return of sperm in your ejaculate.

Vasectomy for all purposes is a permanent procedure.

Reversal though available is not guaranteed.

With increasing age, reversal may become difficult or even fail.

You can read more here.

Vasectomy In India For International Clients

If you live outside India, and you wish to travel to India for a No Scalpel Vasectomy, you are most welcome. You can contact me or leave a message below for more information.

Vasectomy at my practice are as good and comfortable as done anywhere in the world.

Clients from more than 50 countries have undergone successful vasectomy at my practice in the past 5 years.

I have snipped doctors from Germany and lawyers from the USA. Politicians and social activists from Brunei and Afghanistan have utilized my services.

I have had the good fortune to learn so much from these cultures in the process.