Vasectomy Reversal

Vasectomy Reversal at Rowley Hall Hospital

What is a vasectomy reversal?

As its name suggests, a vasectomy reversal aims to reverse a vasectomy procedure or male sterilisation. The procedure re-joins the vas deferens tubes, that were cut during the original vasectomy procedure, to allow sperm to mix with your semen and make you fertile again. 

When considering a vasectomy reversal, you should consider your chances of fertility success. Success rates of a reversal vasectomy tend to be higher the sooner it is performed after the original surgery.

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