Centers of Excellence: Sexual Health & Family Planning
The term “Center of Excellence” in medicine is used to describe a dedicated focus on a specific diagnosis to provide comprehensive treatment options and excellent clinical outcomes. This includes specialized training, equipment and clinical pathways, which are essential to provide the best patient care.
Areas of Specialization
- Vasectomy Reversal
- Erectile Dysfunction/Impotence
- Male Infertility
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Patient Education Articles
A Guide to Vasectomy
The choice of a contraceptive method is made as per the requirements of the person, and various factors like comorbidities, family completion, and age are considered. Vasectomy is also a highly effective contraceptive method.
ED is the most common sex problem men discuss with their doctors. The American Urological Association estimates that 30 million men have ED. It is more common if you’re older, but younger men get it, too. If you’re not as healthy as you could be, the odds you’ll be dealing with ED go up.
Male Birth Control: Information for Men
Perhaps you and your partner are finished having children. Or you just know you don’t want children in the future and want to make sure no unplanned pregnancies happen. If this is the case, you might be looking for permanent methods of birth control.
Infertility is the inability to conceive after at least one year of unprotected intercourse. Since most people are able to conceive within this time, physicians recommend that couples unable to do so be assessed for fertility problems.
Safe Sex During COVID
No doubt you’ve been trying to stay healthy in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While it can be a confusing, unsettling time, scientists are learning more about the virus every day. You might be wondering how COVID-19 may affect your sex life. Let’s take a look at some common questions.
Vasectomy reversal is a procedure carried out to undo the process of vasectomy. 1,2 It is done by reattaching the two cut ends of vas deferens together or in some cases, by directly attaching vas to the epididymis.