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We believe that you should have the freedom to choose the treatment that's right for you, rather than being told where, when and with whom you can be treated.

Because we are independent we have chosen to work with the best doctors we know and only list high quality hospitals and clinics.

We also guarantee our prices, no nasty surprises or escalating costs.

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Making the right choice on your journey to recovery should be quick and easy.

We have made the process simple and transparent.

Choose a treatment


a treatment

You probably already know what procedure you need, simply select it from the drop down menu.

Choose a hospital


a hospital

Prices and details at each hospital are clearly shown on a map - the choice is down to you.

Choose a consultant


a consultant

A short list of carefully selected consultants will allow you to choose who you wish to see.

Frequently asked questions

Procedures | Urology
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What is a Vasectomy?

A vasectomy is a surgical procedure for male sterilisation. It involves cutting or blocking the vas deferens, the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the urethra for ejaculation. By disrupting the flow of sperm, vasectomy renders a man sterile, preventing pregnancy when engaging in sexual intercourse. Vasectomy is considered a permanent method of contraception, although it can sometimes be reversed.

What are the advantages of a Vasectomy?

A Vasectomy offers several key advantages as a contraceptive choice. Its exceptional effectiveness, boasting a success rate of over 99%, ensures reliable permanent contraception, eliminating the risk of unintended pregnancies. Unlike many other contraceptive methods involving hormonal changes, such as birth control pills or injections, vasectomy leaves the body's hormonal balance untouched, minimising the likelihood of side effects like mood swings or weight gain. While considered a permanent solution, the option of vasectomy reversal exists, although success is variable and not guaranteed. Careful consideration of its permanence is crucial for those contemplating this form of contraception.

What are the potential risks?

A Vasectomy is generally safe and low risk, but potential complications may include infection, bleeding, hematoma (collection of blood in the scrotum), chronic pain (post-vasectomy pain syndrome), and very rarely, recanalisation (reconnection of the vas deferens). As with any surgical procedure, there are inherent risks associated with anaesthesia and surgical complications.

What happens after?

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Our procedures

At Get Well Soon we specialise in elective procedures. Elective surgery is different from urgent or emergency surgery, where the patient’s life might be in danger but
we understand that for many patients, these conditions
an often be debilitating and painful.

Elective procedures are often the sort of operations that the NHS are unable to prioritise, so seeing a doctor privately may be the only way you can have your
condition treated quickly.

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