How To Have A Child Come Back After A Vasectomy?
I want to ask, my husband used to join us … I was not clear how many of them were cut, some were tied up … for sperm … we wanted to have ankle again … how was the solution?
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Vasectomy is a steady contraception or action to be sterile in men. Vasectomy is done by blocking or cutting the vas deferens or the channel for sperm discharge from the testicles. Stunted or interrupted vas deferens makes sperm can not be removed, so that men who have vasectomy will be sterile (infertile). Men who have been vasectomized cannot impregnate women. If you want to return to having children, your husband needs to undergo a vasectomy reversal. In this procedure, a small surgery is performed to reconnect the vas deferens. This procedure is performed by a urologist after the patient is anesthetized by the anesthetist. After these actions, your husband needs to undergo a routine sperm analysis to ensure the success of a vasectomy reversal. The success rate of vasectomy reversal varies, between 20-75%. Mothers can further discuss with the nearest urologist about this procedure. Your husband also needs to be examined by a urologist before this procedure is performed. Besides reversal, you can also choose to use IVF procedures. However, in contrast to the usual IVF procedure, to get sperm from your husband, surgical procedures are needed to take sperm directly from the testes. You can also discuss this with your urologist.
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