The vasectomy reversal
Men seek a vasectomy reversal for many different reasons, and at any time following the original vasectomy.
During a vasectomy the tubes (the vas deferens) that lead from the testicle which the sperm swim along are divided, and deliberately
blocked to halt their passage. In simple terms a vasectomy reversal involves joining the tubes back together to allow the sperm to
swim along them again to reach the outside world.
This sounds like a fairly straightforward task. However, the difficulty lies in the fact that the internal diameter of the vas
deferens is tiny (in some cases just 0.25mm) and in order to produce the best results the tubes have to be joined back
together accurately to produce a leak proof join with minimal chances of scarring. This can only be achieved reliably by
using microsurgery so that ultrafine sutures (less than the width of a human hair) can be used with the help of an operating
microscope. This allows layers of stitches to be placed into the vas deferens to minimise the chances of leakage.
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To go ahead with a vasectomy reversal or to find out more, then make an appointment either online or by telephoning Yorkshire Vasectomy Reversal Clinic on 01482 672496.
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