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Does reversal vasectomy result in death of sperms ?

about 12 years ago i had vasactomi and i had last year reversal vasactomi ,after reversal i had sampel semen test that were 3000,000 and most of them not moving,.last month i have given 2 time test and there were 8000,000/ sperm but all of them dead.form x wife i have got 2 i and my new wife love to have a kids,please tell me what is solution?
Asked On : Thu, 31 Mar 2011
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Thanks for query,
I wonder after vasectomy there should not be presence of sperms,dead or live.
You can inquire about this to the surgeon who performed operation.
Now as you want kid you can go for rejoining the tubes which were ligated or cut.
It is difficult to rejoin as there are plenty of adhesions but this is possible.
Consult urologist and take his opinion.
ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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dear doctor,thank you so much for your answer,i do apologise for my mistake writing,i had reversal vasectomy last year,and i had vasectomy 12 years ago.
Answered: Fri, 15 Jul 2011
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