I Changed My Mind About My Vasectomy. What Are My Options?

In life, there aren’t many things set in stone. Tons of instances in your life can make you rethink about your vasectomy. There are thousands of examples of men who change their minds about vasectomy over the years. Financial and personal difficulties in life are two of the biggest reasons why some men decide to have a vasectomy. However, as things get better for them over the years, they tend to change their minds as they view life with a different outlook. If you are planning to get your vasectomy reversed, we advise you to think it through before following with the procedure. Making hasty decisions is a big no-no when it comes to situations like these.

What to Do If You Have Changed Your Mind About Vasectomy

So you’ve gone through your vasectomy, but later on, realize that you haven’t made the best decision. Firstly, it’s important to realize that you aren’t the only person who has changed his mind about vasectomy. Thousands of other men have also regretted or changed their minds about vasectomy some years after undergoing the procedure. The good news is that they aren’t out of options. They can reverse their vasectomies through a noninvasive procedure known as vasectomy reversal. Only experienced professionals should perform this surgery. Make sure these professionals have gone through extensive training to ensure that they perform the procedure with success and without harming the patient during the process.

The success rates of this procedure are extremely high. Sure, there have been a few unsuccessful cases. However, vasectomy removal is a procedure that everyone who has had it in the past recommends.

What Is Vasectomy Reversal

Vasectomy reversal is a procedure that essentially reconnects and restores the male reproductive tract. Permanent contraception and male sterilization is the reason why someone would opt to undergo a vasectomy. However, later on, they change their minds about it, which is why they undo the effects of vasectomy by undergoing a vasectomy reversal.

Remember that a reversal is a slightly more time consuming and expensive in comparison to a normal vasectomy. However, in the grand scheme of things, it is an effective option that has a high success rate.

Time Is of the Essence When It Comes to Vasectomy Reversal

You should wait before it is too late to make up your mind about rolling back your vasectomy.. The earlier you get your vasectomy reversed, the higher the chances of success. Over time, a body can go through different changes after a vasectomy, which can also mean that there could be situations where surgeons fin difficulty in reconnecting the vas deferens where they belong. Scarring is one of the biggest reasons behind the difficulty in re-attaching the vas deferens. There are other reasons besides vasectomy that result in the occurrence of scars such as internal changes in the body after some time. That is why we stress you not to leave it late when it comes to opting for a vasectomy reversal.

Have you changed your mind about your vasectomy? Are you looking for professional advice regarding a vasectomy reversal? Dr. Larish at Vasectomy Reversal NYC is the place to help you regarding this matter.

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Yaniv Larish MD
(646) 862-5500

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Yaniv Larish, MD

4 East 76th Street
New York, NY 10021

(646) 862-5500

What is Vasectomy Reversal?

Vasectomy surgery entails cutting the vas deferens to prevent sperm from entering the ejaculate in order to produce long term sterility. (click to enlarge)

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Vasectomy reversal micro-surgery entails reconnecting the two ends of the vas deferens utilizing a surgical microscope, micro-instruments and micro-sutures in order to allow the sperm to enter the ejaculate and regain fertility after vasectomy surgery.

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