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It varies.: It completely depends on both the size of the abnormal area, and upon the area of the vulva infected. Most results are not disfiguring. Do not hesitate to discuss these concerns with your surgeon. ...Read more
With trained hand of: of surgeon , NO not dangerous ! ...Read more
They usually: have a different shape.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am considering a non-scalpel vasectomy vs. a conventional vasectomy. Are the reversal chances the same?
Same : I'm sorry to tell you that "non-scalpel" vasectomy is basically a marketing scam. it is not possible to perform a vasectomy without making some sort of puncture in the skin overlying the vas. How this puncture is made ( scalpel vs sharp pointed hemostat or scissors) is irrelevant to the outcome. ...Read more
Same: How the puncture in the skin is made (to access the vas) is irrelevant to the success or complications of vasectomy. No matter how the procedure is marketed to anxious young males, a puncture must be made in the skin with some sort of sharp instrument. If you think you may EVER want the vasectomy reversed, you should not have a vasectomy. The best pregnancy rate of reversal is about 50%. ...Read more
Had a bunch of moles removed (laser) in the past, the largest one returned to it's original state. Should I be going for the scalpel instead for this?
Derm: Best bet is evaluation by dermatologist to assess/recommend. ...Read more