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What is a vas to testicular bypass surgery and why would it be needed in a vasectomy reversal?

What is a vas to testicular bypass surgery and why would it be needed in a vasectomy reversal?

by Shearly (SU)
A vasectomy reversal is a microsurgical procedure for men who have undergone a vasectomy, and who now wish to father children. Vasectomy reversals are actually one of the most common elective surgeries for men; they have a high rate of success rate when performed by a skilled urologist, experienced in microsurgical techniques. (Even after years or even decades have passed since the original vasectomy.) There are two main forms of vasectomy reversal. The most common is the vas-to vas reconstruction. The second is a testicular bypass. The exact procedure will depend on several factors. In some cases, it is very straightforward, in others, an additional step, known as a testicular bypass surgery, may be required in order to restore a man’s full fertility.

Vasectomy Reversal: Managing Your Expectations

Vasectomy Reversal: Managing Your Expectations

by Bevon Findley (SU)
Choosing to reverse a vasectomy in order to start or add to a family is a very personal, often emotionally difficult decision that marks the first step towards a potential pregnancy. Vasectomy reversals can be effective, even after a long period of time. Recent advances in microsurgery have dramatically improved the success rate for vasectomy reversals, but you should understand going in that there are no guarantees that you will be able to father a child.

Little Miracles: Successful Vasectomy Reversals

Little Miracles: Successful Vasectomy Reversals

by ih-daj admin
Amazing vasectomy reversal success stories – if you’re considering a reversal, check out these inspiring stories of couples who conceived after the procedure.