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Where Does Sperm Go After a Vasectomy?

Your testicles are a sperm factory set up to produce sperm throughout your lifetime. After a vasectomy, sperm is still produced in the same way it always was, but it can no longer leave the body through the penis. If it doesn't leave your body with the semen you ejaculate, where does it go? How [...]

By |May 5th, 2020|Vasectomy|0 Comments

Why Circumcision Rates are Rising, According to The Mayo Clinic

The choice to circumcise your newborn son is a personal one, not to be made lightly. When making this decision, it is vital to look at all of the facts available and make an informed decision. A 2014 article compiled by The Mayo Clinic shows that circumcision rates are on the rise due to the [...]

By |February 24th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Nitrous Oxide Vasectomy & Circumcision Now Available

Buenafe Clinic is now offering Nitrous Oxide Sedation Vasectomy is one of the most preferred methods of contraception in Canada. It is also the most common surgical procedure among men. The no-needle no-scalpel vasectomy offered at Buenafe Clinic requires a single small puncture in the scrotum and a 10-minute procedure to cut and block [...]

By |September 21st, 2018|Vasectomy|0 Comments

No-Needle Vasectomy: Less Pain, More Comfort

Vasectomy is an effective, affordable and permanent method of birth control. But for many men, just the thought of a needle near their scrotum is enough to justify procrastination. But there is a no needle vasectomy procedure that's proven to help reduce men's concerns. The no scalpel, no needle vasectomy method substantially reduces a patient's [...]

By |October 21st, 2017|Vasectomy|0 Comments

Medical Volunteers Provide Vasectomies for NSVI

Dr. Jay Buenafe has volunteered countless hours in support of No Scalpel Vasectomy International (NSVI), a non-profit organization dedicated to making vasectomy available in developing nations.  Teams of volunteer medical professionals  travel to designated locations to train in-country doctors in the no-scalpel technique and perform vasectomies. For some men, NSVI offers the only reliable and affordable [...]

By |July 7th, 2017|Haiti, Media, Phillipines|0 Comments

Family Planning for Men with Families

You may think that married men don't need to be concerned with birth control.  But of course family planning is part of life and part of marriage - for both men and women. Vasectomy is one of the most effective and affordable family planning solutions available. That's what brought John Donovan to Dr. Buenafe's clinic.  Married with [...]

By |May 24th, 2017|Recent Blogs, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Wrestling with the Idea of Vasectomy?

When it comes to vasectomy, men sometimes harbor secret fears about sexual performance or desire. It's the opposite, actually; without the risk of unwanted pregnancy, most men say sexual satisfaction actually increases. But if you need more convincing, meet our biggest patient ever!  Go a few rounds with pro-wrestler Cliff Sandison of the Canada Wrestling Elite (CWE). [...]

By |April 12th, 2017|Recent Blogs|0 Comments

Dr Buenafe Joins NSVI Mission in the Philippines

No-Scalpel Vasectomy International (NSVI) is a non-profit organization that helps men in developing countries attain vasectomies. Doctor Jay Buenafe, at far right in the picture above, recently supported the NSVI mission in the Philippines.  The doctors volunteer their time and expertise to perform 50 vasectomies each over the course of a week-long mission. As in [...]

By |March 29th, 2017|Media|0 Comments

Newborn circumcision: a risk-benefit analysis revisited

Recently a study published in the Canadian Journal of Urology in which a group of scholars including Dr. Neil Pollock offer a different view of circumcision based upon the most recent evidence. The National Post subsequently published an article on this story which we post below for you to read at your convenience: Sharon Kirkey [...]

By |February 22nd, 2017|Recent Blogs|0 Comments

Things You Should Know About Vasectomy

Vasectomy is a surgical procedure meant to make a man sterile. The time taken for the surgery varies from 20 minutes to 45 minutes. In this procedure, small incisions will be made on the scrotum through which sperm tubes will be cut and the ends of the tube will be closed up. This prevents the sperms from coming out along with the semen and thereby preventing your partner from getting pregnant. It is considered as one of the most effective means of contraception. Vasectomy has a high rate of success of about 99%. However, the procedure is not 100% effective until the sperm is completely out of the semen. After the surgery, you will have to take precautions against making your partner pregnant until your test results are clear of semen. The test to monitor the presence of sperm is usually performed after 10-20 post vasectomy ejaculations. […]

By |September 29th, 2014|Recent Blogs, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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