Experts In Vasectomy and Urological Treatments

Dr. Snoy is a general urologist. In addition to vasectomies he also treats:
• Bladder control
• Overactive bladder
• Bladder cancer
• Urinary incontinence
• Kidney stones
• Prostate disorders
• Prostate cancer
• Erectile dysfunction
Dr. Frederick Snoy

Dr. Frederick Snoy is Principal Investigator for the Urology Group of New Mexico.

At Urology Group of New Mexico, we believe in educating and helping our patients have a clear understanding of our field and avoid obfuscating the urological field. That’s why we’ve put together this list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about urology to help provide more clarification.

 

What is urology?

Urology is the branch of medicine and physiology related to the disorders of the male and female urinary tract and male reproductive organs.

 

Whom do we treat?

We treat men and women of all ages.

 

What are the credentials of urologists?

All urologists must complete a postgraduate education at a medical school. After going through residency, candidates must pass a board exam in their specialty. Urologists must continually update their practice based on new developments in medical technologies. The field often requires working long and irregular hours. Learn more about Dr. Snoy’s credentials here.

 

What are the most common conditions we treat?

Dr. Snoy and his staff are equipped to manage any type of urologic condition. However, the more prevalent cases comprise kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, urinary incontinence, or prostate conditions.

 

What do I need to know if I am considering a vasectomy?

First and foremost, you should know a vasectomy will not affect your sex drive. It does not interfere with a male’s levels of testosterone or sexual performance. If you are considering a vasectomy, make sure that you understand that a vasectomy is considered a permanent method of birth control . In the instance that you change your mind, it can be reversed. The reversal leads to an overall pregnancy rate greater than 50%. It has the greatest chance of success within 3 years of the vasectomy. The occlusion of sperm does not take place immediately. It is recommended to use back up for at least 12 weeks. Lastly, a vasectomy is safe and effective in over 99% of the time. More questions? Contact us and we put you in touch with the right people to serve your urological needs.

 

More questions?

If we did not address on of your questions and you would like to speak with one of our staff members, please call 505-872-4091.