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A 35-year-old member asked:

What are the chances of a successful vasectomy reversal and being able to get someone pregnant?

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Dr. Amrit Singh
Cardiology 52 years experience
On time: In general, vasectomy reversal: Leads to overall pregnancy rates of greater than 50%. Has the greatest chance of success within 3 years of the vasectomy. Leads to pregnancy only about 30% of the time if the reversal is done 10 years after vasectomy.

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How long after I have a vasectomy reversal can my wife get pregnant?

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Depends: You will need at least 3 months and at least two negative semenanalysis.
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What are the chances of getting someone pregnant after reversal-vasectomy five years after vasectomy?

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Last updated Oct 5, 2015

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