Vasectomy reversal

What is Vasectomy reversal?

A vasectomy is where the tubes that carry the sperm from the testicles to the penis are cut. A vasectomy reversal is a surgical attempt to rejoin these tubes. In most cases the surgery is unsuccessful. Vasectomy is performed as a method of birth control.

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My husband had a vasectomy reversal 5/09/11 and we just had a S/A done today with the Dr. saying he didn't see a thing. I've heard there are many...

doctor1 MD

Hi thanks for contacting HCM....

You have done operation for recanalization .
Here sperm might zero if operation fails and recanalization not...

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My husband (44) has recently had a sperm analysis. He had a vasectomy reversal back in December 2010. His results showed volume: 2.9 ml, density...

doctor1 MD

Thanks for query .

Recent semen analysis of your husband after vasectomy reversal is reported to be 12 millions per ml .

It is very difficult...

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Is this likely to be just a lose weight and my cycles will normalise or do I need to see a gp ? my partner has just had a vasectomy reversal so its...

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welcome to Healthcaremagic forum.
While doing dieting it is very likely to have long periods of 40-45 days or even longer or even missing...

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