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    Center for Vasectomy Reversal Review - "I would recommend Dr. Green to anyone"

    Last updated 17 hours ago

    The evening my husband and I decided to go forward with the vasectomy reversal I browsed through the internet to research whom people were recommending to use. Two names repeatedly appeared, one of them being Dr. Joshua Green. I went to Dr. Green's website and read through the reviews, what to expect and his professional history. Feeling encouraged... More
    Taylor Sapp

    Center for Vasectomy Reversal Review - "Dr. Green and the staff at surgery center were top notch."

    Last updated 3 days ago

    Was very impressed that Dr. Green called and spoke to me after my email inquiry about a reversal. He was helpful and very informative. My vasectomy was over 12 years ago and my reversal went well. Dr. Green and the staff at surgery center were top notch. 3 months later, Dr Green called to say the results of my spermanalysis was "amazingly good." So... More
    Joe and Michelle C.

    The Perspective of an Older Dad on Parenting and Life

    Last updated 4 days ago

    Men often hesitate to schedule a vasectomy reversal because they are concerned about the challenges of becoming a father at an older age. While older fatherhood certainly does have its challenges, it also offers immeasurable rewards. When considering whether to have a vasectomy reversal, you may wish to speak with some of your friends who are older dads. After your vasectomy reversal, you are likely to find that welcoming a child into the world will change your life for the better.

    Your Schedule Will Revolve Around Your Kids

    When men are in their 20s and 30s, their schedules tend to revolve around work. If you’re a sports fan, your social calendar is likely dominated by Super Bowl parties and season tickets. However, once you become an older dad following your vasectomy reversal, you’re more apt to stay at home to watch cartoons with your youngsters than go out and catch a game. This is one way in which older fathers have an advantage over younger dads. You’ve already spent a couple of decades enjoying your own interests, and now you’ve likely gained the maturity necessary to prioritize your child’s needs.

    You’ll Find Yourself Socializing with Younger Couples

    While having a child at an older age by no means requires giving up your current friendships, you’re likely to find yourself spending more time with the parents of your child’s friends. As the older father of the group, you may find yourself taking on the role of a mentor.

    You’ll Learn to Live in the Present

    It’s natural for men to worry about the future before undergoing a vasectomy reversal. As an older father, you’ll be more likely to have health issues when your child is still relatively young. Aside from taking care of your physical health, there is little that can be done about this. Older dads would be wise to live in the present, rather than to experience anxiety about future problems that may not occur.

    The mission of the Center for Vasectomy Reversal is to help couples achieve their dream of starting a family, regardless of the paternal age. If you’re ready to embrace the rewards and challenges of becoming an older father, we invite you to schedule a consultation for a vasectomy reversal with Dr. Green, our highly experienced vasectomy reversal surgeon. You can reach our male infertility clinic in Sarasota by calling (941) 462-4647.

    Basic Considerations Before Undergoing Vasectomy Reversal

    Last updated 14 days ago

    Before undergoing any type of surgery, including a vasectomy reversal, it’s important to speak at length with the surgeon about the procedure itself, the results you can expect, and the post-operative instructions for recovery. However, for a vasectomy reversal, there are a number of other factors to consider. Before you meet with the vasectomy reversal surgeon, you may wish to write a list of questions you have, including questions regarding the following topics.

    Ensuring the Health of the Partner

    A vasectomy reversal is unique among surgical techniques because the health of a man’s partner is an important consideration. Many couples struggle with both male and female infertility. Before having this procedure, it’s a good idea for the female partner to undergo reproductive health tests to establish that she is physically able to conceive a child and sufficiently healthy to bring the child to term.

    Obtaining Medical Clearance

    Most men do not require special medical tests before having a vasectomy reversal. However, those who are taking medications for hypertension should have a basic blood test to ensure safety with the anesthesia. Men with significant medical conditions may need to obtain medical clearance from a primary care physician.

    Having Multiple Vasectomy Reversals

    Some men who have previously had an unsuccessful vasectomy reversal may be candidates for another procedure. The vasectomy reversal surgeon will consider a number of factors when deciding whether to recommend this, such as whether any complications occurred, whether sperm was present, and whether the first surgeon specialized in vasectomy reversals.

    Financing the Procedure

    Obtaining financing for a vasectomy reversal is another important factor to consider. This procedure is not often covered by insurance. However, if it is done out of medical necessity, the vasectomy reversal surgeon may be able to provide documents to the insurance company to obtain coverage. Men may also wish to look for a vasectomy reversal surgeon who offers in-house financing or payment plans.

    Patient education is a priority at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal. Before men undergo this procedure to resolve male infertility, we invite them to schedule a consultation with Dr. Joshua Green to learn about other important factors to consider. Give us a call today at (941) 462-4647 or browse our website for more information about vasectomy reversals.

    How Common Are Vasectomy Reversals?

    Last updated 25 days ago

    You might think that an elective surgery such as a vasectomy reversal might not be all that common. But in fact, thousands of men undergo this particular procedure every year. According to The Baltimore Sun, vasectomy surgeons perform about half a million vasectomies each year in the U.S. Each year, about 50,000 American men decide to undergo a vasectomy reversal. 

    The reasons for choosing a vasectomy reversal are just as varied and complex as the reasons for undergoing a vasectomy. Each man’s experience is unique, yet many men consult a vasectomy reversal surgeon because of changes in life circumstances. The loss of a spouse or divorce, and a subsequent remarriage can make a man rethink his decision not to have children. Sometimes, the tragic loss of a child can lead a couple to consider having more children. On average, men who undergo the reversal procedure decide to do so within six to 12 years following the original surgery.

    You can learn more about having a vasectomy reversal by scheduling a consultation at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal. Contact our friendly office staff at (941) 961-4581 and let us know how we may assist you.

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