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Seminogram results after vasovasostomy

Those vasectomized men who undergo a seminogram will obtain a result of azoospermia, that is, the total absence of spermatozoa in the ejaculate since they cannot come out.

However, vasectomy reversal allows the male to expel spermatozoa in the semen again, although it will be necessary to wait for a while. Seminograms are usually repeated every two or three months after the vasovasostomy to evaluate the sperm concentration in the ejaculate.

By (embryologist), (senior clinical embryologist), (embryologist) and (psychologist).
Last Update: 04/11/2022