Cost Ranges For Vasectomy Surgery?
Good afternoon, r n r nI want to ask if the vasectomy without a knife can be repeated? R nIn April 2010 I did a vasectomy through the BKKBN which referred to the government (army) hospital in my city. During the operation, I felt a lot of pain as if a vein had been pulled. Although it wasn’t as painful as it was during surgery, for almost a month I felt sick. The discomfort also lasted for almost 6 months afterwards. R n r nBut I was able to have sex a month after undergoing the operation. I have sex normally and quite regularly. R n r nIn March 2011, my wife became pregnant again with her fourth child who was born in November of the same year. The wife gave birth by caesarean section. Because I gave birth through surgery, at that time my wife and I had a contraceptive tubectomy. But the feeling of worry about getting pregnant again is still there. R n r nMy questions are: Can my Vasectomy be repeated? If possible, what steps should I take? How long will the operation take and how much will it cost? R n r nThank you
Vasectomy is a type of contraception that is classified as steady contraception in men. This procedure is generally carried out by someone who is sure that he no longer wants to have children. Vasectomy itself is done with 2 types of procedures, namely binding the sperm duct or cutting the sperm duct. Sometimes in some cases after a vasectomy, pregnancy still occurs. This is more common in patients who have had a vasectomy with sperm duct binding.
Seeing your information above, your wife has gone through the tubectomy procedure. tubectomy itself is a steady type of contraception for women, which is similar to vasectomy for men. However, in tubectomy, the woman's fallopian tubes are tied or cut.
When a tubectomy has been performed, it is generally very unlikely that a woman will get pregnant. Therefore, before you decide to perform a double-vasectomy yourself, you should consult with an obstetrician who performs tubectomy on your wife. Ask your doctor about the possibility of getting pregnant again.
A repeat vasectomy procedure can be performed again if the previous vasectomy procedure failed. It is possible that before a repeat vasectomy, the doctor will perform a pre-operative examination to assess the physical condition and condition of your sperm ducts. Meanwhile, the length and cost of surgery can vary depending on where you are doing the surgery. Ask this to the doctor who treats you.
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