In Cebu City, foreigners (non-Filipino nationals) may have their vasectomies at Sacred Heart Hospital (SHH) on Urgello Street during either NSVI February Vasectomy Missions OR on NSVI Cebu Domestic Program Vasectomy Days (third Saturday of each month) OR by appointment at the Reproductive Health Clinic of SHH on the first Saturday of each month.
In Manila, foreigners (non-Filipino nationals) may have their vasectomies at Mary Johnston Hospital (MJH) during either NSVI February Vasectomy Missions OR on NSVI Manila Domestic Program Vasectomy Days OR by appointment at the Reproductive Health Clinic of MJH.
The fee during Domestic Program Days or by appointment is P 10,000. The fee during missions is P 10,000 for a vasectomy performed by any one of our mission doctors on a certain day, but without a specific time, or P 20,000 for a specific doctor by appointment. Since all proceeds during missions go toward helping pay for the vasectomies of the poorest Filipino families, donations to NSVI in excess of these amounts are GREATLY appreciated. Payment must be made in cash. In Cebu, payments are given to Myrna Danuco, RN. In Manila. payments are made to Glenn Paraso, MD.
To arrange to have a vasectomy during our February Missions, express the desire to do so on Dr. Stein’s Contact Us page. To arrange a vasectomy on a Domestic Program day or by appointment, please contact Ms. Jelyn A. Levantino, Community Social Worker in Manila at 0949-1320-186; or Myrna Danuco, RN, in Cebu at 0945-598-7644 or via her office land line: 032-418-8411 to 15 local 563.
During vasectomy missions, NSVI also offers vasectomy reversal at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Cebu and, pending their approval, at Mary Johnston Hospital in Manila. NSVI President Dr. Doug Stein has performed over 1900 vasectomy reversals in the USA.
The fee is $4000 or P 200,000 (depending on the exchange rate, how one makes payment, and subject to change). Payment is made to No-Scalpel Vasectomy International (NSVI), which uses part of it to pay the facility, and the rest is used to pay for vasectomies for poor Filipino families.
Since we have to bring specialized equipment from the USA, we require a deposit of $1000 by credit card to NSVI through our Donation Page. The deposit must be paid 8 weeks before the start of our Philippines mission to allow time to reserve the facility and prepare the equipment coming from the USA.
Please read about vasectomy reversal at Dr. Stein’s Reversal Page. Patients should take no aspirin-containing medications for one week before the reversal. A consultation visit on the day before the reversal is required and further instructions are provided at that time. If the findings at the time of your reversal are poor, based upon the quality of the fluid coming from the testicular end, we will not proceed with the connections and you will not be charged the balance of $3000. If the fluid findings are good, we proceed to perform the connections and you are charged the balance of $3000. Chances of sperm return to the semen and pregnancy after reversal are on Dr. Stein’s Results Page. These statistics include men with poor fluid for whom connections were not performed. If the fluid is good, the chances of sperm return to the semen and pregnancy are much higher.
Your only other fee would be the cost of a hotel near the hospital for the night before the reversal and the night of the reversal.
Instructions and the consent that you will be asked to sign on the day of your reversal is HERE.
To arrange to have a vasectomy reversal during our February Missions, express the desire to do so on our Contact Us page.