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What is vasovasostomy?
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What is vasovasostomy?

The vasovasostomy, also called vasectomy reversal, is the surgical procedure that allows to restore the patency of the vas deferens, which allows male fertility to be restored. However, the efficiency of this process is 64%, so a male may not be able to have children naturally after vasovasostomy.

The duration of the vasovasostomy is approximately two hours and the man will not feel pain, since it is performed under anesthesia. Once the reversal of the vasectomy has been carried out, the man must have a semingogram to check if the intervention has been successful. This seminal analysis is performed 2-3 months after the vasovasostomy.