What are the chances of getting my partner pregnant after a vasectomy reversal?

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More About Doctor Ranjith Ramasamy M.D.

Published on Feb 01, 2018

If vas to vas connection is performed at least on one side, successful pregnancy can be achieved in 60-70% of couples in 1 year after surgery.

Answered by Ranjith Ramasamy M.D. (View Profile)

If vas to vas connection is performed at least on one side, successful pregnancy can be achieved in 60-70% of couples in 1 year after surgery.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


More About Doctor Shane T. Russell, MD

Published on Dec 06, 2017

That depends on several factors, the most important of which are how many years have passed since the vasectomy, as well as the age/fertility status of your wife/partner. The more years that have passed since the vasectomy, the higher the chance of needing the less successful vas-to-epididymis connection. For more detailed information on this, you can check out the www.vasectomyreversalohio.com website.

Answered by Shane T. Russell, MD (View Profile)

That depends on several factors, the most important of which are how many years have passed since the vasectomy, as well as the age/fertility status of your wife/partner. The more years that have passed since the vasectomy, the higher the chance of needing the less successful vas-to-epididymis connection. For more detailed information on this, you can check out the www.vasectomyreversalohio.com website.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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