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). Sandison is one of the famed Sons of Anarchy Tag Team who took the CWE title in 2014.
Fast, Painless, Effective
When you’re performing a vasectomy on a guy with the professional name of Cliff Corleone, there’s not a lot of room for error. Fortunately, Dr. Buenafe’s expertise with the No Scalpel, No Needle procedure using the Pollock technique is fast and virtually painless.
One of the benefits of our procedure is that we don’t make multiple incisions. That means no stitches to deal with during the recovery period. No stitches, no itching, no need to scratch – which is not a good look for anyone, no matter how big you are.
We also didn’t have to worry about getting our patient under – the Pollock method uses a long lasting, local anesthetic. The real question was can our surgical bed accommodate a man of his height? Obviously, that worked out just fine.
Biggest Patient Ever
When Sandison first came to the clinic, his size was pretty intimidating – and that was before the Dr. Buenafe knew his signature move was the “Big Cliff Crunch.” Mr. Sandison (who gave his permission for us to use his name and photograph) may be a wild man in a cage match, but in real life – a really nice guy.
He’s also guy who isn’t uncomfortable with taking responsibility for avoiding an unwanted pregnancy. (We dare anyone to ask him if he feels like less than a man!) Vasectomy is not only cheaper than a tubal ligation, it less invasive and the side effects are almost non-existent. More and more men in Manitoba and throughout Canada are realizing vasectomy is a safe, reliable and cost-effective method of birth control.
Less than Three Rounds
The procedure is fast and virtually painless, so Dr. Buenafe had his patient up and around in less time than it takes to win a match. “Mr. Sandison came through the procedure like a champ,” Dr. Buenafe explains. “Most men can get back to work in a couple of days. I did need to advise Mr. Sandison, that in his case, we should plan on something a bit longer.”