Dr. Parviz Kavoussi is selected to be a scientific abstract reviewer for the American Society for Reproductive Medicine 2017 annual meeting

The primary organization dedicated to the advancement of the science and practice of reproductive medicine in the United States is the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, also known as ASRM. Annually, ASRM holds an annual scientific congress and expo to present the latest research and promote treatment for infertile couples in a selected city across the United States. Dr. Parviz …

What happens to sperm after a vasectomy?

This is a commonly thought of question among men considering vasectomy. When a vasectomy is performed, the millions of sperm cells made every day in the testicles continue to be produced. Where do they go? What happens to them? Even in men who have not had a vasectomy, approximately 80% of the sperm cells never make it out of the …

Dr. Kavoussi lectures on robotic vasectomy reversal in Maastricht, Netherlands

Dr. Kavoussi was honored to be invited to the robot assisted microsurgical and endoscopic society (RAMSES) meeting in Maastricht, Netherlands. He lectured on the use of the operative robot in assisting with vasectomy reversal. As one of the highest volume surgeons in this operation worldwide, he is recognized as an international leader in the field. Dr. Kavoussi states, “it was …

Vasectomy Myths Debunked

Historically many men and many scientific investigators had concerns about the impact of vasectomy on a man’s overall health, sexual health, and hormonal status.  These were classically reasons that made men very weary of undergoing vasectomy.  The good news is that based on the best scientific studies available, the American Urological Association (AUA) has made its stance on such concerns …

Doctor Kavoussi is recognized as a Texas Monthly Superdoctor for the 6th consecutive year

Every year, Texas Monthly Magazine names a select group of physicians as its Superdoctors. This designation is given to a small group of physicians who are considered to be outstanding in their respective fields by their peers.  These candidates are selected by the following criteria:  years of experience, hospital appointments, fellowships, leadership positions, professional activities, board certifications, academic achievements/appointments, lectures, …

Dr. Parviz Kavoussi lectures in Thailand on robot assisted vasectomy reversal at international conference.

As one the few premier experts in robot assisted microsurgical vasectomy reversal worldwide, Dr. Kavoussi was invited to lecture on the topic at the Collaborative Conference on Robotics in Phuket, Thailand.  Dr. Kavoussi states, “It is amazing to see the level of international interest in the use of robotic technology to assist us with microsurgery, such as the vasectomy reversal.  …

Vasectomy versus Other Forms of Birth Control

Vasectomy versus Other Forms of Birth Control With the advancements in birth control today, it is easier now more than ever to plan your family. But since there are so many forms of contraception, it may feel overwhelming to determine which method to use. It is our goal to help you make an informed decision. When deciding what method of …

The Benefits of Getting a Vasectomy

The Benefits of Getting a Vasectomy A vasectomy is a surgical form of permanent birth control for men. The vas deferens from each testicle are divided and sealed to prevent sperm from reaching the semen. Vasectomies are considered greater than 99% effective as a form of birth control, but what are the benefits of the procedure? Benefits of a Vasectomy …

Performing vasectomy in a manner that makes it as effective as possible for contraception but makes it as reversible as possible

Vasectomy should always be approached as a permanent sterilization and the effectiveness of the vasectomy for contraception is the primary goal. However, out of the half a million men in the United States who undergo vasectomy every year, 6% change their mind sometime in their lifetime. Six percent may not sound like very many, but that is actually 30,000 men …