Who Gets a Vasectomy Reversal?
Most of our patients are men who remarry and want their vasectomy reversed so they can have children with their new spouse, or long standing couples that decide to have additional children.
How Successful is a Vasectomy Reversal?
The chances of reestablishing fertility following a vasectomy are good, and are constantly improving. Much of the success of a vasectomy reversal depends on the skill and experience of the surgeon. Dr. Meacham, our vasectomy reversal specialist, has performed hundreds of vasectomy reversals, and is a leading specialist in the field.
How Does a Vasectomy Reversal Work?
A vasectomy reversal utilizes state-of-the-art microsurgical techniques to reconnect the vas deferens, allowing the return of sperm to the semen.
What is the Vasectomy Reversal Process?
Vasectomy reversal is usually performed on an outpatient basis, taking from 2 ½ to 3 ½ hours. The patient can return to his home or a nearby hotel, saving the expense of a hospital stay. Out-of-town patients stay in Denver for one day before returning home.