It can take several months for vasectomy reversal patients to successfully get their partner pregnant. There are many factors that affect success rates.
Post-vasectomy pain syndrome can be caused by testicular backpressure, nerve pinching, and an overfull epididymis. Vasectomy reversal surgery is a potential treatment.
Vasectomy reversals are typically performed on 5% of men who underwent an initial vasectomy. The number is somewhat low, though the surgery is effective.
When a man is in his 50s, vasectomy reversal can still be performed, though its success rate and the man's fertility/ability to conceive are subject to many factors.
Getting a vasectomy reversal in your 40s can be effective depending on when the initial vasectomy was performed and other factors related to fertility/infertility.
A vasectomy reversal surgery may fail for a number of reasons, including sperm antibodies, blockage from scar tissue, and low sperm count.
If you cannot travel to San Antonio for vasectomy reversal, here are a few questions to ask your urologist about the procedure.
Sperm antibodies can affect the success of vasectomy reversal in between 30 percent to 60 percent of men. Thankfully male fertility treatments can address this.
Vasectomy reversal and in virto fertilization (IVF) can help you start the family that you have always wanted to. Let's compare the two and which may be better for you.
After vasectomy reversal surgery, men should wait to have sexual intercourse until they are healed. This minimizes pain and discomfort and prevents major side effect and complications.