Vasectomy reversal surgery
A vasectomy reversal is a recent vasectomy reversal to stop the flow of sperm.
If you’ve had a vasectomy before and want to know if you can reverse it. The truth is that you often can, but the truth is that her surgery is more complicated than a vasectomy.
During a vasectomy, your doctor cuts the seminal ducts, called the vas deferens, which carry sperm from the testicles to the penis. During a vasectomy reversal, the doctor must reconnect these ducts together so that sperm can reach the semen you ejaculate during orgasm.
How is a vasectomy reversed?
This can be done in one of two ways:
The first method: a “vasostomy” operation:
Where the doctor sews the ends of the vas deferens from the testicles to the penis back together.
The second method: “vasova-epididymostomy.”
Here, the doctor connects the vas deferens to the small organ at the back of each testicle that contains sperm. It is much more difficult than a vasectomy. Your doctor may choose this method only if you can’t perform a vasectomy or if he doesn’t think it will work.
Vasectomy reversals are performed in a hospital or clinic. You are given anesthesia so that you are not awake or feel anything during the procedure. It usually takes about 2 to 4 hours, and you usually go home the same day. Recovery takes about two weeks.
Vasectomy reversals can be done multiple times but the success rate may decrease with each additional operation.
Who should perform a vasectomy reversal?
When you change and want to start a family or add to your family, you may consider this process. This may be an option for some men who have lost a child as well.
For a small number of men, the procedure may be helpful in relieving pain in the testicles caused by a previous vasectomy.
What are the side effects of this procedure?
Its side effects are rare, and when they do occur, they may include:
- Bleeding in the scrotum. This can lead to painful swelling. To avoid this, be sure to follow your doctor’s instructions before and after surgery.
- inflammation or infection This possibility is always present with any procedure. If you get one, your doctor will likely treat it with antibiotics.
- severe or persistent pain Call your doctor right away if you have pain that is not relieved with over-the-counter medication
How do we determine the success of a vasectomy reversal?
If sperm appear in the semen after a few months we will know that the vasectomy reversal was successful. The doctor collects samples and examines them for 4 to 6 months, which is enough time for your sperm count to stabilize.
If you had a vasectomy, it may take 6 to 12 months before the sperm returns. And if you’ve had a vas-epididystomy, it can take more than a year for sperm to appear in your semen.
Your chances of conceiving may increase once the sperm returns. But the success of the surgery will depend on many things, including the type of surgery you originally had and whether there are any other factors that prevent you and your partner from getting pregnant.
Will this affect my sex life?
None of this should affect your sex life but do not have sex or ejaculate until your doctor allows you to. Most doctors recommend waiting two to three weeks to have sex.
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