Vasectomy Reversal Procedures
The most successful procedure when it comes to a reversal of vasectomy is undoubtedly microsurgery. Here, the skill and experience of the microsurgeon become all important.
While the most commonly adopted procedure is Vasovasostomy, the other more complex microsurgical procedure is Vasoepididymostomy/Epididymovasostomy. Surgery is performed with a general anesthesia in an outpatient setting. It is a fairly uncomplicated one-day check-in and check-out operation.
Multi-layer vasectomy reversal with the formal multi-layer microsurgical closure, using verytiny 10-0 Nylon sutures offers the best chances for success with the least risk for scarring and leakage.
Microsurgery ensures return of sperm to semen in 75 percent to 97 percent of cases and pregnancy in 30 percent to 75 percent of female partners. This is subject to the length of time elapsed from the vasectomy until the vasectomy reversal.
There have been many successful vasectomy reversals on men as far out as 10 -35 years from Vasectomy - which speaks a lot about the diagnostic competence and surgical acumen of the microsurgeon and male infertility expert we would like you to meet.