Vasectomy Reversal

For patients undergoing a vasectomy reversal, we want to be sure that you are properly informed so that we can provide you with the highest quality of care.

In the event that a man has undergone a traditional or no scalpel vasectomy, it is possible to perform a vasectomy reversal by reconnecting the healthy ends of the vas deferens to allow for the transport of sperm again after prior blockage. Reversals are most effective if done within the first 10 years after the initial vasectomy.

The vasectomy reversal lasts 2 to 4 hours, and is done as an outpatient urologic procedure.