Vasectomy Reversal Treatment
A Vasectomy Reversal is an operation which is carried out with the intent to regain Male fertility after a Vasectomy operation. It is done by reconnecting the ends of the Vas deferens or a tube that carry sperm from the testicles to the penis. These procedures can be accomplished through various approaches, including microsurgery, to restore the passage for sperm to be ejaculated out the urethra are usually accomplished with Microsurgical technique. Vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure in which the Vas deferens success rates with Vasectomy Reversal will range from about 45 percent to over 100 percent.
This procedure is performed by an incision through the middle of the Vas deferens and then rejoining these two ends is called a Vasovasostomy.
This type of procedure was performed by the Vas deferens joined with the epididymis. This method is carried out if the original incision is made near to the epididymis. The blocked lower end of Vas deferens is by-passed and the upper part end is joined to the epididymis and this procedure is called a "Vasoepididymostomy".
• Loss of child
• A change of heart
• Want to start a new family
• You must Stop smoking
• You should take shower or bath in the evening before surgery
• You should avoid taking some drugs like Aspirin or Aspirin-contented products for two weeks before your surgery. Then the products containing Anti-inflammatory medication, such as Ibuprofen or similar drugs should be avoided for one week prior to surgery
• You must have a completely empty stomach (NPO) for at least 12 hours before the time of your surgery
• You will need to shave the scrotal area completely and the shaving should be done within 24 hours of the surgery
• The surgeon and anesthetist will make a small opening (cut) on each side of the scrotum and first remove the scarred ends of the Vas deferens at the point of blockage created by the Vasectomy
• The surgeon will then extract a fluid sample from the end closed to the testicle to see if the fluid contains the sperm
• The presence of sperm in the fluid which is an indication that there is no obstruction between the testicle and the presenting part of the Vas from which the fluid was obtained, and particularly that there is no blockage in the Epididymis
• When sperm are present in the fluid, the ends of the Vas deferens or tube can be connected to re-establish the passage way for this sperm. The medical term for reconnecting the ends of the vas is Vasovasostomy
• If the Urologist does not determine the sperm in the fluid sample, it may be because the original Vasectomy resulted in back pressure that caused a break in the Epididymis Tubule. Because, any break in this single, continuous tube can result in a blockage, the Urologist have to employ a more complicated reversal technique called an Epididymovasostomy or Vasoepididymostomy. This type of procedure was performed by the Vas deferens joined with the Epididymis. This method is carried out if the original incision is made near to the Epididymis. The blocked lower end of Vas deferens is by-passed and the upper end is joined to the Epididymis and the procedure is called a "Vasoepididymostomy".
• It is important to know that the reversals carry somewhat greater complications than do Vasectomy procedures. That is because reversal procedures take much longer and longer operating times usually lead to more risks, which includes
• Chronic pain
After Vasectomy reversal persistent pain may occur in the surgery area.
• Infection at the surgery site
This is always a possibility with this procedure; infections are a risk with any surgery and may require treatment with antibiotics in certain situations.
• Bleeding within the scrotum
This can lead to a collection of blood that is called Hematoma, so this causes painful swelling. Ask your Physicians if you need to avoid Aspirin or other types of blood-thinning medications before and after surgery. You can reduce the risk of Hematoma by following your doctor's instructions to rest after surgery
• Restoring his fertility, it means that you are able to be a father of a child
• It has the greatest chance of success within 3 years of the Vasectomy. In general, Vasectomy reversal leads to overall conceive rates of greater than 60%
• 95% of men will achieve a positive sperm count after Vasectomy Reversal
• The possibility of subsequent pregnancies is an important advantage of this procedure over Sperm Retrieval Techniques for In Vitro Fertilization
• Vasectomy Reversal is the safest procedure
• Vasectomy Reversal offers the best chance of pregnancy
• Apply ice packs to the scrotum after the Vasectomy Reversal Surgery
• Advised to follow the normal well balanced diet
• Avoid vigorous activity after 48 hours of the Vasectomy Reversal Surgery
• Advised to wear a Jockstrap for support for several weeks
• Don't have sexual intercourse or ejaculate until your doctor says it's OK
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