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  • Thinking of having 'the snip'?
    Jul 29

    Thinking of having 'the snip'?

    There have been many times when Colin Davis has had cause to regret having a vasectomy. So much so, that he's now steeling himself to have this surgical form of male contraception reversed.

  • Aug 3

    Greg and Julie Alexander.

    The couple had five additional children after the reversal. With the two oldest children, who were born before the reversal, the Alexanders, now married for 27 years, have seven children.

  • Aug 6

    Vasectomy Reversal: FAQ

    An in-depth article explains how a vasectomy reversal (vaso-vasostomy) is a surgical operation to re-join the two ends of the vas on both sides, to re-establish the passage for sperm.

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"Vasectomy is a very safe and effective type of contraception. "

"Although the procedure is considered permanent, there are men that have a change of heart or circumstance that consider vasectomy reversal or assisted reproductive treatment for a second chance at having more children. "

"Vasectomy reversal usually takes from 2 to 4 hours, followed by a few more hours for recovery from the anesthetic. You can expect to go home the same day."

"Pain may be mild to moderate. You should be able to resume normal activities, including sex, within 3 weeks. "

"It is estimated that the success rate of a vasectomy reversal is, up to 55% if you have your vasectomy reversed within 10 years, and approximately 25% after more than 10 years."

"These figures are based on the number of couples who successfully have a baby after the man has had a vasectomy reversal."