Undergoing a vasectomy reversal after a divorce can restore a man's ability to father a child following the end of a previous marriage.
The death of a child is a major tragedy. Some couples consider vasectomy reversal after the tragic loss in order to start a family. Let's explore this issue.
Alcoholic beverages should be avoided before vasectomy reversal surgery and after the procedure in order for patients to heal properly and quickly.
Even if there are no sperm present after vasectomy reversal, hope is not lost. There are still ways to access sperm and achieve successful pregnancy.
Healing time after vasectomy reversal can vary somewhat from patient to patient, though soreness, bruising, and swelling subside over the course of a month.
Vasectomy reversal techniques include vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy (epididymovasostomy). The right surgery will depend on your needs.
Vasectomy and increased risk of prostate cancer was found in a number of studies decades ago, but those findings have been challenged, questioned, and proven untrue.
Sperm quality can be affected following vasectomy reversal, including count/density, motility, and morphology. These issues may resolve on their own with full recovery.
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.