Planned Parenthood

Southern New Jersey



Vasectomy is permanent contraception for men. A man should consider a vasectomy only if he is SURE he does not want any more children. Our physician, a board certified urologist, nationally recognized for many clinical innovations, research  and academic achievements, is happy to talk in detail about the procedure as part of the consultation.



• a simple and safe procedure
• makes a man sterile (unable to father a child)
• should be thought of as a permanent decision
• affordable (much lower cost than female sterilization)
• the most effective birth control method for men 
• does not effect the enjoyment of sex
• does not reduce sex drive
• low cost - most insurances accepted
• safe and simple procedure
• performed in the office by a board certified,  nationally recognized urologist
• pre-surgical consultation with physician
• convenient locations   


Sliding fee scale
Most insurances and Medicaid accepted

All services are confidential

Call for a confidential consultation and more information 856-365-3519


What is Vasectomy?

Vasectomy is a form of birth control for men.  It is meant to be permanent.  It works by blocking the tubes — the vas deferens — that carry sperm.  No sperm will be in the semen when it is ejaculated, therefore it cannot cause a pregnancy.  Vasectomy is one of the most effective methods of birth control.  There is a small risk of failure.  When men have their semen checked after vasectomy, there is less than 1 pregnancy per 100 women during the first year.

Vasectomy is intended to be permanent.  Reversing it is difficult and costly and does not always work.  A man must be certain that he does not want to cause future pregnancies before he chooses this method.




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