Vasectomy Reversal

A vasectomy reversal is an outpatient procedure in which the urologist reconnects the sealed off tubes of the vas deferens in order to let sperm flow into the semen once again.

What Happens During the Procedure:

A vasectomy reversal is usually performed when the patient is under anesthesia. The urologist makes a small incision in the scrotum and views the vas deferens under a microscope. He/she then reattaches the tubes to let the sperm flow into the semen again.

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Benefits

  • Allows for possibility of pregnancy once again
  • About 85% effective

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Meet the Expert 

 Urologist Douglas M. Dewire, MD

Douglas M. Dewire, MD

Dr. Dewire began at Urology Associates in 2014 and specializes in microsurgical treatments for men’s infertility and sexual dysfunction.

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