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A vasectomy reversal surgery may fail for a number of reasons, including sperm antibodies, blockage from scar tissue, and low sperm count.
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.
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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.
Sperm function testing assesses the exact cause of male infertility. Semen quality as well as sperm motility, morphology, and count are analyzed.
A testicular ultrasound (sonogram) uses sound waves to create an image of the scrotum and testicles, allowing men's health specialists to assess male fertility and infertility.
After vasectomy reversal, patients will notice the return of sperm motility over the course of a few months. Alternatives are available if motility remains poor.
While vasectomy reversal is effective in many patients, it will not address problems with low sperm count. Alternatives will need to be considered for this fertility problem.