Why do I see so many vasectomy reversal billboards?

Vas reversal. Most insurance doesn't pay so docs charge cash ! cash is king...Means more $$$....Means it can pay to advertise....

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Is a vasectomy reversal safe?

Vasectomy reversal. While it's not always successful, it's usually safe when done by an experienced surgeon. Risks inherent to the procedure are similar to the original surgery, and include bleeding, infection, pain, and hydrocele. Read more...
Vasectomy reversal. Reversal is a very safe procedure. Short term complications include bleeding, infection, testicular pain, rarely damage to testis. Microtechnique is important. Make sure your surgeon is experienced and does it under a microscope. Read more...

How does a vasectomy reversal work?

Vas reversal. The vas is a pipe/tube that gets sperm from the testes....It is cut and blocked during a vasectomy....Vas reversal just puts it back together...Micro surgery involved due to small tube. Read more...
Vas reversal. The vas is a pipe/tube that gets sperm from the testes....It is cut and blocked during a vasectomy....Vas reversal just puts it back together...Micro surgery involved due to small tube. Read more...

What is the expected success rate of a vasectomy reversal?

Vasectomy revearsals. The success rate for vasectomy revearsals decreases as the time from the original vasectomy increases. Generally, the success rate is 90% one year after a vasectomy, but it declines by 10% per year thereafter. Read more...

What to do if my hubbys who have had a vasectomy reversal?

Here are ... If fertility to conceive is intended and welcome, do semen analysis as needed. If not an option to conceive, also check semen once to make sure of if any sperm is present in semen so to determine if his vasectomy reversal was a success. Then, you have choices to your family planning. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: vasectomy reversal?

Allow Sperm Passage. A vasectomy can be performed to block the passage of sperm so that during evaluation fluid is released but no sperm. Thus it prevents pregnancy from occurring. It is surgically performed and fairly common and successful. If a man later decides he wants to have children, he has 2 choice. Surgically remove sperm or try to surgically open the passageway again. Read more...

What are the chances of having a child after vasectomy reversal?

Depends. The length of time elapsed after the vasectomy plays a large role in return to sperm after vas reversal. If >10yrs, there is a low chance of sperm presence in reversed tubes. Also, skill of the practitioner plays a large role in the success of the tubes staying open after the procedure. Read more...

How do you find the best vasectomy reversal doctors?

Vasectomy reversal. While some may say fellowship training is important, my only requirement is the answer to this simple question....How many did you do last month ? Even some fellowship trained guys do less than one per month....If a guy is doing this type of procedure weekly that is a good sign and i bet he knows his/her own stats instead of giving you average numbers.... Read more...

Fertility rates in men who have had a vasectomy reversal?

Time since vasectomy. The time since vasectomy is critical. Both tubal patency (open) and fertility decrease with time since the vasectomy. If you have had 10 yrs since vas then success is likely less than 30%. Also remember that the female partner age is also important, perhaps more so. If there is no or poor quality sperm, then ivf/icsi is possible. We virtually always get sperm with aspiration for icsi. Good luck. Read more...
5-50% Success after vasectomy reversal depends on the time since the original vasectomy and the female partner's age. In a young couple reversing less than 15 years after vasectomy, cumulative conception rates of up to 50% are possible. Bear in mind that fecundity, the chance of conception in the next month, is much lower. Read more...

What is the name of the vasectomy reversal procedure called?

Vasovasostomy. Reuniting the cut ends of the vas is known as vasovasostomy. This is a fertility procedure that is rarely covered by insurance in the United States. Read more...