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Multiple Locations


Oral or IV Sedation Options Available

Oral or IV Sedation
Options Available

Payment Options Available

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Final vasectomy clearance

Assessment & Vasectomy in One Visit

Vasectomy In Pukekohe

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If you are certain about not wanting more children and are looking for permanent contraception, a vasectomy in South Auckland or Pukekohe in New Zealand is an excellent choice.

Wondering about a vasectomy in Pukekohe, New Zealand? At The Cooper Clinic, we provide a seamless vasectomy process, designed for your comfort and convenience. We offer a quick snip and seal to meet your family planning goals.

A vasectomy is a minor sterilisation procedure for men. It involves safely cutting or blocking the vas deferens, the tubes carrying sperm from your testicles, thereby preventing them from entering the seminal fluid. This procedure does not affect a man’s sex drive or intimacy and stands as a highly effective contraceptive method, boasting a success rate of over 99%.

In Pukekohe and South Auckland, The Cooper Clinic provides the modern, minimally invasive no-scalpel vasectomy, which means a shorter recovery time for you to get back to your usual activities and job faster. Contact us to find out more!

The Benefits Of Vasectomy In Pukekohe

A vasectomy in Pukekohe is recognised as the most effective method for permanent contraception for males. The key benefits include:

  • A secure and highly effective method of birth control that can be done in your doctor’s surgery by suitable qualified specialists
  • Over 99% success rate in preventing pregnancies with no long term health risks
    A permanent method, doing away with the need for continuous hormonal treatments or medication
  • No detrimental effect on sexual function, pleasure, or satisfaction. Does not alter your ability to sustain an erection, orgasm, or ejaculation
  • The Cooper Clinic’s approach includes the modern No-Scalpel Vasectomy, providing a less invasive procedure with faster recovery and minimal tissue damage.
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Why choose The Cooper Clinic for
your vasectomy in Pukekohe?

Friday Clinics


At The Cooper Clinic, we have dedicated Friday sessions to maximise recovery time without disrupting your work.

Fixed Fee – Single Visit

Fixed Fee
– Single Visit

We optimise our appointments to include both assessment and vasectomy in the same visit.

Gold Standard Testing

Gold Standard

Lab testing will determine the success of vasectomy, reporting on absence or quality of sperm to avoid unwanted surprises.

Discretion & Privacy

& Privacy

All our appointments are discreet and confidential – with no GP referral necessary. We carefully choose our clinics to maximise privacy and comfort for our clients.

Unrushed Consultations


We believe in taking the time to answer your questions, address your concerns, and ensure you are completely comfortable with your decision.

Short Waitlist


Say goodbye to long, anxiety-inducing wait times, and say hello to a convenient, efficient process that gets you on your way to a worry-free future sooner than you’d expect.

Our Team

Dr Luke CW Wee

Dr Luke CW Wee

Vasectomy Doctor

Jeremie Frederec Lau

Jeremie Frederec Lau

Practice Manager

Adele Miles

Adele Miles

Quality Improvement Nurse Manager

Alice Maina

Alice Maina

Clinic Nurse

What Is The Cost Of A Vasectomy In Pukekohe?

The Cooper Clinic is dedicated to offering exceptional care at prices that don’t strain your wallet. Our costs are clear and transparent.

  • Vasectomy With Local Anaesthetic: $695
  • Vasectomy With IV Sedation: $1,095

You might also be able to get a vasectomy at no charge with certain insurance providers (terms and conditions apply).



The Cooper Clinic technique in Pukekohe

Utilising cutting-edge no-scalpel vasectomy, The Cooper Clinic offers a modern solution for patients in Pukekohe. We begin by numbing the scrotum with a local anaesthetic, then make a small puncture with our electrosurgical device, through which the vas deferens are accessed. The tubes are then cut and the cut ends are sealed before the small punctures on your testicles are closed. This technique minimises invasiveness, leading to quicker healing, less discomfort, and fewer complications post-procedure.

Our Simple Process

Online appointment booking or phone consultation

Online appointment booking or phone consultation

Pre-operative consultation


Procedure day scheduling

Procedure day

Semen sample testing at the 3-month mark

Semen sample testing at the 3-month mark

Final vasectomy clearance

Final vasectomy

Is A Vasectomy The Right Choice?

Carefully weigh the decision to undergo a vasectomy with your partner, as reversals aren’t always successful. Vasectomy may be suitable if:

  • You and your partner feel your family is complete
  • You’re seeking a secure and lasting birth control method
  • Other methods like hormonal contraception or condoms are not suitable for you or your partner

For guidance on whether a vasectomy is the right choice for you, please reach out to us.

The Procedure For A
Vasectomy In Pukekohe

What Our Patients Say

Nick Snedden
Nick Snedden
Quick, easy and the staff are brilliant. Will recommend the Cooper Clinic in Remuera to all my fellow Dads.
Dwayne Bond
Dwayne Bond
I would highly recommend The Cooper Clinic. I was feeling very anxious about the procedure but the team put me at ease and were very professional.
Sam Needham
Sam Needham
The team walked me through all the steps and made me really comfortable through the whole process.
Matt Tattle
Matt Tattle
Great, quick and painless service by Luke, Jeremy & the team. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.
Ben Heisenberg
Ben Heisenberg
Easy booking, friendly staff. Very professional and uncomplicated. Glad I got it done.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In New Zealand, there is no fixed legal age requirement for a vasectomy. However, it is typically recommended for adult men who are certain they do not want any or more children. We also often hear, is a vasectomy reversible? The short answer is yes, however, it is not always successful. So when recommending this procedure we would take into consideration your age and your family planning goals.

Vasectomy is generally a safe procedure, but like any surgery, it can have potential complications. These may include:

  • Minor pain, bruising, or swelling at the surgery site
  • Infection
  • Sperm granulomas
  • Post-vasectomy pain syndrome

In rare cases, there may be a failure of the procedure
It’s important to note that research is incomplete but so far there is no strong evidence to support the theory that vasectomies may cause prostate cancer.

After a vasectomy, most men will not experience any significant changes in their sexual function. This includes maintaining the same level of libido, the ability to have an erection, and sensation during sex. It’s important to note that immediately after a vasectomy, there may still be sperm present in the semen, so another form of contraception should be used until a semen analysis confirms the absence of sperm. However, remember that vasectomies do not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

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Dr Luke CW Wee

Dr Luke CW Wee

Vasectomy Doctor

Luke, our own vasman, is a vocationally-registered doctor with a special interest in Vasectomy and Men’s Health. He performs vasectomies on a regular basis, with a record of close to 3000 vasectomies by his hands alone. He is a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners. He regularly updates himself professionally at a national and international level. He is a member of the Association of Surgeons in Primary Care and an international vasectomy peer group.

Jeremie Frederec Lau

Jeremie Frederick Lau

Practice Manager

Meet Jeremie, our Team Leader! He’s a whiz medical assistant, operations manager, patient journey master and our resident IT guru. Outside the clinic? He’s into hiking, making a splash with water sports, and geeking out over tech and coding.

Adele Miles

Adele Miles

Quality Improvement Nurse Manager

Adele has worked in both public and private healthcare settings in New Zealand and the United Kingdom since completing her Bachelor of Nursing at The University of Auckland in 2006. Her nursing career includes a varied range of specialties; emergency care, breast screening, surgical private hospital nursing, fertility and gastroenterology.

Alice Maina

Alice Maina

Clinic Nurse

Alice is our clinic nurse based in Pukekohe and supports our clinic across New Zealand. Originally from Kenya, Alice did her training in Whangarei before relocating to Auckland with her family. She has a strong interest in primary care and connecting with patients. She loves fashion, food and spending time with family.

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