If you’re looking for a solid excuse to take off during the NCAA Tournament, recovery from a vasectomy may be the answer. On the way to work yesterday, I heard an interview with a local doctor promoting pre-NCAA Tournament vasectomies. According to the Urology San Antonio website, “men who have had vasectomies can return to normal activities within 24 to 48 hours of the procedure.” So why not use the recovery time during tournament time?
The Oregon Urology Institute started the trend last year. It was successful enough that they've decided to repeat the campaign in '09.
You can’t deny that the timing of this is perfect, especially since the first two rounds of the tournament begin on Wednesday, March 19 and ends on March 22. If you've been thinking about getting the procedure done, why not now?
It is unclear whether or not there’s a pricing special or if it’s simply an astute suggestion. But one thing you can be sure of is a doctor's note giving you the necessary tube time.
Snip In The City. Here are some clinics that are also offering a March Madness-related event. If you’re in Austin, maybe a visit to Dr. Dick Chopp is exactly what you need.