Many men who want to have a vasectomy reversal wonder if their procedure is covered by flex spending accounts (FSAs). Let's take a moment right now to address these issues.
A number of patients who undergo a vasectomy or vasectomy reversal wonder if the procedures will cause impotence. Let's address these issues about erectile dysfunction right now.
Rather than undergoing vasectomy reversal, sperm retrieval and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) may be more ideal. Let's see how these options compare.
Testicular sperm extraction (TESE) is one option out there for addressing male infertility. It involves the careful removal of a viable sperm from a tissue sample of a man's testicles.
MESA, microsurgical epididymis sperm aspiration, is a treatment for men with a blockage in the reproductive tract.
If you are considering reversing your vasectomy, learn how age may play a part in the success of your reversal.
A hematoma is a serious complication that can occur following a vasectomy reversal. Read on to learn more about how these problems can be addressed and avoided.
Fatigue can occur following a vasectomy reversal. Let's take a moment to address these matters and what patients can do when dealing with fatigue.
Swelling after vasectomy reversal surgery is common, and can be extremely pronounced. Read on to learn more about the seriousness of swelling after the procedure is performed.
One of the side effects of vasectomy reversal surgery is bruising. Let's take a moment to discuss the duration of these side effects and how they can be addressed why patients recover.