Brisbane Vasectomy Clinic

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  • ✅ No GP Referral Required
  • ✅ No Scalpel – 15 Minute Procedure
  • ✅ Only $480 out of Pocket
  • ✅ Full-Time Vasectomy Specialist
  • ✅ Trusted by over 1,000 QLDers a year

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As one of Australia’s most experienced vasectomy doctors, Dr Sheehan offers the latest surgical techniques, including the increasingly popular non scalpel vasectomy. This means Brisbane men not only have greater convenience as to where their vasectomy is performed but also greater choice in the type of vasectomy they have.

About Dr Sheehan

Dr Nat Sheehan specialises in no scalpel vasectomies at Queensland Vasectomy, serving patients across various clinics in the state. As a specialist vasectomy doctor, Dr Sheehan performs vasectomies every day. With a wealth of experience, he has successfully conducted more than 10,000 vasectomies and performs approximately 5% of all vasectomies in Australia each year.

After completing his medical studies at The University of Queensland and working as a rural GP, Dr Sheehan underwent extensive and specialised training as a vasectomist in the United States. He is committed to providing Queensland men with the most advanced, safe, and affordable vasectomy procedures.

Driven by his dedication to making a positive impact, Dr Sheehan participates in annual medical aid trips to The Philippines. During these trips he trains local doctors in vasectomy techniques and offers his services free of charge to the local population. For more information and captivating photos of his philanthropic efforts, please visit

As a distinguished figure in the field, Dr Sheehan has spoken at international vasectomy events and serves as a director of No Scalpel Vasectomy Australia, the peak representative body for vasectomists in Australia.

Dr Nat Sheehan

How Much Does a Vasectomy Cost?

The cost of no-scalpel Vasectomy’s at Vasectomy Queensland:

Vasectomy Fee $735
Less Medicare Rebate $255
Out-of-Pocket Cost $480

You can use the button at the top of this page to find available times and easily book a vasectomy online with us at our Murrumba Downs Vasectomy Clinic.

Nat was a relaxed, down to earth, every day guy who made our experience easy and stress free. Clear information and post procedure instructions; thanks very much!
Emma Barker
Emma Barker
For me the information video made all the difference. All questions are answered before you even step foot in the door. Also couldn’t believe how quickly it was over. It’s now been 5 hours since the op and still no need for painkillers. I highly recommend Dr Sheehan.
Awesome procedure with very minimal uncomfort
Stephen Longden
Stephen Longden
I highly recommend Dr Sheehan, he was very professional and supportive during the whole process. The procedure was pain free and I had minimal discomfort after the procedure. Additionally Brigitte at the front desk was very friendly and efficient.
Ross G
Ross G
Dr Sheehan and his team have done an amazing amount of work to make sure all information is available on their website. The pre appointment video also helps provide all the information required to help make the choice. The procedure couldn't have been any smoother, Dr Sheehan presents well and is all to happy to assist in any last question or pre op nerves. Explained what he was doing through the whole procedures so there are no supprised, honestly slight sting with first needle and that was it, no pain there after. Thanks again Dr Sheehan and your amazing team, left a happy man and don't know what all the fuss is about.
aaron pillar
aaron pillar
Great experience, happy I chose to go here!
Mal McLennan
Mal McLennan
Queensland Vasectomy was recommended to me by a friend. I was quite anxious about the procedure in the lead up. Grace at reception was very welcoming and Dr. Sheehan was very reassuring and relaxed putting me at ease immediately. The procedure was over in roughly 30 minutes. I would certainly recommend Queensland Vasectomy to any of my friends who are thinking of having this procedure.
Danny Lorraway
Danny Lorraway
Dr Sheehan is the man to go to for no scalpel vasectomy! From start to finish, the journey was seamless, quick and best of all, successful! I highly recommend QLD Vasectomy and am very thankful for how they’ve improved my quality of life!
Lehi Paynter
Lehi Paynter
Dr.Sheehan was an absolute professional and the whole process was seamless. I had very little discomfort and the post-operative care was spot on. I am very pleased I chose Queensland Vasectomy. Definite A+++
Shane Dalupan
Shane Dalupan
I looked over these reviews to help inform my decision to visit this clinic and they’re all spot on. Dr Sheehan and the clinic are very professional making you feel comfortable throughout the process. Vasectomy itself is quick and painless with a mild ache for a week. All information is well explained on the website.
Charles Huxley
Charles Huxley

Vasectomy Types Available

We know that choice is important to Queensland men when it comes to vasectomy procedures. That’s why at Queensland Vasectomy, we offer a range of options, including traditional and scalpel-free techniques. Our experienced team will guide you through the available choices, ensuring you make an informed decision that suits your needs and preferences. With our commitment to delivering the best vasectomy care, Queensland men can trust us for the highest standards of service, not only in Brisbane but also in our clinics across South East Queensland and around the state.

Vasectomies have evolved significantly over the past decade, providing men with greater choices and improved techniques. At Queensland Vasectomy, we prioritise the least invasive approach, specialising in no-scalpel open-ended procedures. Compared to older, more invasive methods, these cutting-edge techniques offer a quicker recovery time and reduced discomfort. By choosing our clinic, you gain access to world-class vasectomy care right here in Brisbane, Queensland.

Vasectomy Appointment FAQs

We understand that you may be nervous or apprehensive when booking your vasectomy appointment. This is perfectly natural and our caring team is here to help reassure you, guide you through the process, and answer any questions you might have. At Queensland Vasectomy, we prioritise your care, which also means offering you the most convenient location to meet your needs. We are proud to offer this convenience and reassurance to Brisbane men.

When you book a vasectomy with us, you will receive pre-operative counselling and undergo the procedure on the same day. Typically, the appointment lasts approximately 45 minutes, allowing you to minimise time away from work. Rest assured that you can drive yourself home after the procedure.

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Vasectomy FAQs

How much does a vasectomy cost?

At Queensland Vasectomy, we are committed to providing you with a quality, affordable no-scalpel vasectomy. The total cost of the procedure is $735. However, it’s important to note that there’s a Medicare rebate of $200 available. After applying the rebate, your final out-of-pocket expense will be $495.

The cost is transparent and includes all elements of the procedure, from the initial consultation to the actual procedure and post-procedure care. With Queensland Vasectomy, there are no hidden charges, ensuring that you can plan your finances with confidence.

Please note the semen test is an additional cost separate to QLD Vasectomy.

To facilitate ease and convenience, we offer online booking. Simply click on the booking button at the top of this page to schedule your appointment.

Are there any risks of a vasectomy?

Dr Sheehan’s has years of experience and will do everything to minimise any complications, however, all surgical procedures carry an element of risk. Your consent form will detail all of the relevant risks, the most prominent of which can be: Bruising that will usually disappear after about a week Mild pain and swelling that will decrease a few days after your procedure. A less common complication can include a large bruise within the scrotum, however you can reduce your chances of this by avoiding any lifting of heavy objects in the days after your procedure. If this is necessary for the type of work you do, you will require some time off work.

How will I know my procedure has taken effect?

It is very important to note that the vasectomy procedure does not work immediately. You must continue to use other forms of contraception and consider yourself fertile until our team has confirmed to you that your procedure is successful and you can stop using alternative contraceptives. This confirmation will involve a semen analysis at the three-month mark to confirm that you are sterile. The reason for this is that it is possible for some remaining sperm to exist within the tubes post procedure; which will require time for your body to “clean out the pipes”. ​

When can I resume sexual activities?

In most cases it is fine to resume sexual activity after about one week. This can differ based on your individual healing ability, so we recommend taking it slow, and it is vitally important to remember to continue other forms of contraception until we have given you the all-clear.

Can I have my Vasectomy under General Anaesthetic or sedation?

At this stage we only offer vasectomy under local anaesthetic. For sedation or general anaesthetic we recommend you obtain a referral to a urologist.

What is the success rate of a vasectomy?

Vasectomies have a high success rate, typically over 99%. When you choose Queensland Vasectomy, you are opting for a team that prides itself on its meticulous approach to each procedure, which contributes to the successful outcomes.

How long will I need to recover after a vasectomy?

Recovery times can vary, but typically, complete recovery is achieved within one week. Non-physical work can usually be resumed after two to three days. Queensland Vasectomy provides detailed post-procedure care instructions to aid in your recovery process.

Is vasectomy always 100% effective?

While a vasectomy is one of the most effective forms of contraception, no method is 100% effective. However, a vasectomy has a success rate of over 99%. We strive for the highest standard of service to provide you with optimal results.

How will a vasectomy affect my relationship with my partner?

A vasectomy can relieve the stress and worry of an unplanned pregnancy and could potentially enhance a couple’s sexual relationship. It is important to discuss this decision with your partner before proceeding with the surgery.

What happens if I change my mind after a vasectomy? Can it be reversed?

While vasectomy reversal procedures exist, they are more complex and not always successful. Therefore, a vasectomy should be considered a permanent decision. We advise all patients to be sure about their decision before proceeding.

Will I still be able to ejaculate after a vasectomy?

Yes, a vasectomy procedure only blocks sperm – it doesn’t affect the prostate or seminal vesicles that produce the bulk of the ejaculate. Therefore, you will still be able to ejaculate as usual after the surgery.

How long does the procedure take?

The procedure itself takes only around 15 minutes. But to provide you full care and confidence, appointments are booked for approximately 45 minutes, allowing you to minimise time away from work.

You can drive yourself home after the procedure.

How do I get my Medicare Rebate?

Once you have had your vasectomy and paid for it, we will process your Medicare rebate on your behalf. You will usually receive your payment into the bank account you have nominated with Medicare within 48 hours. If you have not received the payment 1 week after your vasectomy please contact us.

How painful is the vasectomy procedure?

The vasectomy procedure is performed under local anaesthesia and is generally associated with minimal discomfort. At Queensland Vasectomy, patient comfort is a top priority. You may experience a slight sensation during the procedure, but any severe pain is uncommon.

Can I drive home after my vasectomy?

Yes, you can drive home after having a vasectomy at Queensland Vasectomy. Our modern, no-scalpel technique minimizes discomfort and typically allows for a faster recovery compared to traditional methods.

However, it’s important to remember that responses to medical procedures vary from person to person. Some men might experience light-headedness or dizziness immediately following the procedure. If you faint during blood tests, we recommend arranging for someone to drive you home if possible, just as a precaution.

In general, most men find they’re able to return to their usual activities, including driving, soon after the procedure. We’re committed to your well-being and will give you specific aftercare instructions to help ensure a comfortable and quick recovery.

When will I be able to return to work?

The answer to this question really depends on the type of work you do. If your work involves manual labour, it is vital that you do not lift anything heavy for the first week. If, on the other hand, you work in an office, you can often go straight back to work. A medical certificate can be provided by our team if you require one to stay home longer.

Will a vasectomy affect my sexual performance or libido?

No, a vasectomy does not affect your testosterone levels, sexual drive, or ability to perform sexually. These are common misconceptions that our team at Queensland Vasectomy is ready to dispel.

Are there any long-term health risks associated with a vasectomy?

A vasectomy is generally considered a safe procedure with minimal long-term health risks. However, like any medical procedure, complications can occur, although they are infrequent. These can be discussed during your consultation at Queensland Vasectomy.

What is the emotional impact of a vasectomy? Can it cause depression or emotional distress?

Emotional responses can vary greatly from person to person. Before undergoing the procedure, it’s crucial to discuss any concerns you may have with our healthcare professionals. At Queensland Vasectomy, we are dedicated to your overall wellbeing.

Are there any alternatives to vasectomy for long-term contraception?

Yes, other long-term methods include hormonal and non-hormonal IUDs, contraceptive implants, or sterilisation for women. However, a vasectomy is a highly effective one-time procedure with a lower risk of complications than female sterilisation methods.

Where can you access the services of Queensland Vasectomy?

Queensland Vasectomy service SEQ and all of Queensland regularly at our clinics and visiting partner clinics around QLD.  Please visit our contact us page for booking options at all of our clinic locations.

Our Address:

298 Gilchrist Ave, Herston QLD 4006