Are men scheduling their vasectomies to coincide with March Madness? The Doctors discuss the increase in the procedure seen at one Cleveland clinic during the college basketball tournament.
March is the peak period for college basketball excitement -- but according to the Cleveland Clinic, it’s also a peak period for vasectomies.
The Doctors are joined by Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz to talk about a new birth control device that some men could opt for instead of having a full vasectomy. The device comes with an on/off switch and diverts the flow of sperm, making men temporarily...
The Doctors discuss New York Jets player Antonio Cromartie, who recently announced his wife became pregnant with twins after he had a vasectomy.
Community service or a vasectomy? The Doctors discuss a controversial court ruling against a 26-year-old father of three who pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.
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Joseph shares why he and his wife decided that their best option for permanent birth control was for him to have a vasectomy.
Considering a vasectomy? Watch one man undergo a no-needle, no-scalpel technique in real time!
Watch as urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz performs a no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy on a guest onstage and learn about the benefits and risks associated with the procedure.
Board-certified urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz explains how a vasectomy could potentially fail.