If vas deferens is blocked by scar from an acute infection, can the blockage be unblocked?

Here are some.... Yes, it is possible, but how this concern may apply to personal clinical profile in a sensible way should hinge on the clinical concern such as the issues of infertility, genitourinary symptoms, etc. Note: Our body has a strong healing ability to return its functional state in a great degree, though never be perfect as that at birth since life is a one-way street of accumulation, modification,...

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What kind of infection and its duration will cause scar in vas deferens and permanent blockage?

Here are some... It is hard to tell because the possible tissue injury and its resultant scar from infection depend on the bacterial virulence, the timing and effectiveness of treatment like antibiotics and/or surgery, and individual healthy and immune defense. So, there is no definitive answer, which is unpredictable and should be individualized. More? Seek evaluation and counseling timely. Read more...

How does vas deferens infection which result in a scar cause blockage? Does it block from inside the lumen or outside?

Usually inside lumen. Vas deferens infection can cause scar tissue which will block flow within the lumen of the tube. Also, a vasectomy can cause inflammation which can cause scar tissue blockage upstream into the groin. Read more...

If a non STD vas deferens infection occur three times and recover after 5 weeks, can it cause permanent blockage of vas deferens from scar tissues?

Here are some.... Yes, it is possible, but how this concern may apply to personal clinical profile in a sensible way should hinge on the clinical concern such as the issues of infertility, genitourinary symptoms, etc. Note: Our body has a strong healing ability to return its functional state in a great degree, though never be perfect as that at birth since life is a one-way street of accumulation, modification,... Read more...

If bacteria from the urethra enter the vas deferens, will it infect it and cause scars and blockage to the vas deferens?

Repetative question. You have been asking questions about your vas deferens for several weeks. You're obviously obsessed with it. See one of my previous replies about epididymitis. Most likely nothing is wrong, but in any case you'll never get a conclusive answer on a forum like this. It's time to move on and stop asking; discuss with your own doctor. Read more...