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Understanding the Recovery Process for Vasectomy Reversal Surgery

A vasectomy reversal usually takes a few hours to perform and it can be done on an outpatient basis. This means that you should not expect to stay overnight in a hospital. Before having a vasectomy reversal, you should be fully informed of what will happen, what the potential risks are, and how you will need to care for yourself after the procedure.

Leaving the Clinic

Although a vasectomy only takes two to three hours to perform, you’ll need to remain at the clinic longer than this. The procedure will be performed under general anesthesia. For your own safety, the doctor will only release you from the clinic when you are fully alert. You must have a responsible adult with you when you leave the clinic and you should plan to rest at home for the remainder of the day. If you’re traveling from out of town for a vasectomy reversal, it’s best to book a hotel room so that you can spend the rest of the day relaxing.

Managing Your Medications

Once the local anesthetic wears off, you may feel some discomfort in the scrotal area. The doctor will provide you with prescriptions for pain relievers, in addition to an antibiotic to prevent infections. Follow your dosage instructions carefully and ask the pharmacist if any of these instructions are unclear. You may take these medications with food if they upset your stomach.

Applying Cold Packs

Do not apply cold packs directly to your skin, but do wrap one in a clean towel to apply to your scrotal area. Cold therapy will improve your comfort level and reduce localized swelling after your procedure.

Resuming Activities

Your surgeon may provide you with different instructions; however, patients are generally advised to refrain from sexual activity and strenuous physical activities for three weeks after your procedure. If you perform a labor-intensive line of work, such as construction, you may need to be out of work for a little longer than this.

When you become a patient at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal, you’ll receive detailed preoperative and postoperative instructions for your own safety. Should you have any questions or concerns, Dr. Joshua Green will be happy to address them. You can contact Dr. Joshua Green in Sarasota at (941) 961-4581.


Understanding Anti-Sperm Antibodies

Male infertility has many possible causes, including some voluntary causes as with the case of a vasectomy. Sometimes, male infertility is attributed to anti-sperm antibodies. These antibodies are special proteins that attack the sperm in the semen, blood, or vaginal fluid. Both men and women may develop anti-sperm antibodies. These antibodies can then damage and kill sperm, making it difficult for the sperm to fertilize an egg.

You can hear why some men develop anti-sperm antibodies by watching this brief video. A doctor explains that after trauma or prior surgery to the testicles, a man may have developed these antibodies due to the exposure of blood into the testicles. This allows the man’s immune system to recognize the sperm and manufacture antibodies to it.

If you’ve been affected by male infertility and are considering having a vasectomy reversal in Sarasota, contact the Center for Vasectomy Reversal at (941) 961-4581. Dr. Joshua Green offers special long-distance consultations for patients from out of town.


Should You Consider a Second Vasectomy Reversal Attempt?

A vasectomy is designed to permanently result in male infertility, but sometimes, men change their minds about starting or expanding their families. Unfortunately, it is quite possible for a vasectomy reversal to fail, especially if it is performed by a surgeon who does not specialize in this particular branch of medicine. It may still be feasible to have a child despite this first failed reversal attempt. Consider talking to a specialist in vasectomy reversals to find out if a “re-do” could help you.

How long has it been since the first reversal?

The sooner you have a vasectomy reversal after the vasectomy, the greater the likelihood is of a successful pregnancy. However, there is actually a waiting period after having a first vasectomy reversal before you might try a second. This is because it can take a while for your sperm to once again be present in your semen. Your doctor may test your semen for sperm about six to eight weeks after the surgery, but it can sometimes take a year or longer for sperm to be present.

Have you been tested for other infertility issues?

If you haven’t been able to conceive a child after a first vasectomy reversal, talk to your doctor about medical tests to check for other causes of infertility. Your problem may be caused by the shape of your sperm, for example, rather than their absence in your semen.

Could female infertility be a factor?

It’s also advisable to ask your female partner to get tested for infertility, if she hasn’t already done so. Female infertility is about as common as male infertility and both partners must be able to conceive a child.

At the Center for Vasectomy Reversal, Dr. Joshua Green has extensive experience working with patients who have already had one failed vasectomy reversal attempt. Schedule a consult with Dr. Green in Sarasota or via a long-distance method to determine if a “re-do” attempt might be appropriate for you. You can reach us at (941) 961-4581 or feel free to browse our website for more information about male infertility procedures.


Is a VE Procedure Right for You?

A qualified vasectomy reversal surgeon in Sarasota advises all patients to take their time before committing to the procedure. Vasectomy reversals have helped millions of men have children later in life, but they are not for everyone.

If it has been many years since your vasectomy, you might need to have a VE, or vasoepididymostomy. These specialized vasectomy reversals are necessary when there is obstruction in the epididymis after a successful vasectomy. These obstructions usually occur due to scar tissue, which can develop after many years. A VE is more complex than a traditional vasectomy reversal. Because the epididymis is attached to the male testes, VE requires vasectomy reversal surgeons to remove the testes from the scrotum before re-connecting the epididymis and vas. To put it more simply, a surgeon will have to make a larger incision than that required for a traditional vasectomy. VE is more technically demanding, as well, which means you should select a well-qualified surgeon like Dr. Joshua Green.

Do you want to speak to an esteemed vasectomy reversal surgeon about the procedure? Reach Dr. Green at the Dr. Joshua Green Center for Vasectomy Reversal and Male Infertility by calling (941) 961-4581 today.


The Partner's Guide to Vasectomy Reversal

Choosing vasectomy reversal in Sarasota is a decision that should only be undertaken after careful consideration by both partners. A man and a woman may struggle with different emotions when contemplating the vasectomy reversal procedure. Often, women simply have different questions to ask vasectomy reversal surgeons about their partner’s procedure. Read on to learn more about what a female partner might want to know when it comes to vasectomy reversals, including her partner’s expected discomfort, the normal waiting period, the targeted age range, and just how effective the procedure is.

Expected Discomfort

When it comes to vasectomy reversal, many women are understandably concerned about their partner’s anticipated level of discomfort. A vasectomy reversal surgeon generally advises all patients to expect some discomfort and swelling for three to five days after surgery. Some men also experience a dull ache in the scrotal area for the next several days or weeks.

Waiting Period

After vasectomy reversals, partners should expect to wait about three to four weeks before resuming normal sexual activity. Make sure to consult with your vasectomy reversal surgeons before resuming intercourse. It will take an additional month before your partner is able to ejaculate.

Targeted Age

While all women ultimately lose the ability to conceive, men can remain fertile past the age of 70. Vasectomy reversals can be performed for almost all healthy men of any age. However, it is important to remember that older men are less able to care for young children, so many men visit Dr. Joshua Green for a vasectomy reversal around middle age.

If you want to know more about what is involved in a vasectomy reversal procedure, look no further than the Dr. Joshua Green Center for Vasectomy Reversal and Male Infertility. You can call us at (941) 961-4581 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Green today. Dr. Green has helped men throughout the southeastern United States with successful vasectomy reversals. Visit us online or call to learn more.


Understanding the Sperm Retrieval Process

If you suffer from male infertility, you likely already know that sperm retrieval is key to infertility procedures in Sarasota. Watch this video to gain a better understanding of how the sperm retrieval process works.

Male infertility is a medical term that refers to the problems that result when a man is unable to impregnate his female partner. Fortunately, vasectomy reversal surgeons like Dr. Green also help men overcome infertility. Sperm retrieval is recommended so all viable sperm can be collected and then used to help male who struggle with male infertility father a child.

Learn more about male infertility procedures by contacting the Dr. Joshua Green Center for Vasectomy Reversal and Male Infertility at (941) 961-4581 today. Dr. Green has helped countless men overcome male infertility.


Changing Minds About Vasectomy Reversal Myths

Unfortunately, vasectomy reversal myths can discourage some men from having vasectomy reversals in Sarasota. Persistent falsehoods can also make it less likely for men to have effective vasectomy reversals. Today, vasectomy reversals are more effective, less uncomfortable, and more affordable than ever, so it is beneficial to break misconceptions about these procedures so you can get the care you need. Always consult directly with your surgeon to make sure you are a good candidate for a vasectomy reversal.

Any Urologist Can Perform a Vasectomy Reversal.

Unfortunately, the urologist who performed your vasectomy may not be equally qualified when it comes to your vasectomy reversal. A vasectomy is a comparatively simple procedure that almost any physician can perform. Vasectomy reversals are microsurgeries that require a special skillset. Only highly qualified vasectomy reversal surgeons should be trusted with this procedure.

You Should Choose Your Vasectomy Reversal Surgeon Based on Price.

Because vasectomy reversals are complex surgeries, not every procedure is successful. You should always be wary of vasectomy reversal surgeons who offer to complete the procedure for a price that is significantly lower than that advertised by other surgeons. The surgeon you select will very likely make the difference in whether your procedure is a success.

The Most Convenient Vasectomy Reversal Is the Best Bet.

Any time a vasectomy reversal surgeon advertises promises zero recovery time after surgery, look elsewhere. Dr. Joshua Green is an extremely experienced vasectomy reversal surgeon who has helped men throughout the United States. Just like other honest vasectomy reversal surgeons, he advises patients that they can expect a few days of discomfort, icing, and over-the-counter pain medicines after their procedure.

Find out everything you need to know about vasectomy reversals by speaking directly with Dr. Green today. You can reach a renowned vasectomy reversal surgeon who has performed successful vasectomy reversals by calling the Dr. Joshua Green Center for Vasectomy Reversal and Male Infertility at (941) 961-4581.


What Medical Tests Are Required Before Vasectomy Reversal Surgery?

Are you considering vasectomy reversal surgery but are anxious about having multiple tests performed? Fortunately, a vasectomy reversal surgeon requires few if any tests from good candidates for the procedure.

Vasectomy reversal, or vasovasostomy, is the procedure by which a vasectomy reversal surgeon reconnects the vas deferens. The vas deferens is the tiny tube that carries sperm away from the testes. Most healthy men have one vas deferens on each side. When a vasectomy is performed, surgeons like Dr. Green divide these tubes. For a vasectomy reversal, the tubes are reconnected so that sperm can again be ejaculated. To be a good candidate for vasectomy reversal, your surgeon will first make sure you are generally in good health. If you are taking blood pressure medication, your surgeon will suggest running a test to make sure you will not experience any problems with the surgical anesthesia. If you have other medical problems, you may need to be cleared by your primary care doctor.

To find out if you are a good candidate for vasectomy reversal, speak directly to a vasectomy reversal surgeon. Call the Dr. Joshua Green Center for Vasectomy Reversal and Male Infertility at (941) 961-4581 today.


Questions to Ask About Your Vasectomy Reversal

If you are considering vasectomy reversal in Sarasota, your first step should be to schedule a consultation with a vasectomy reversal surgeon. Only your surgeon can make sure that you are a good candidate for this procedure. A vasectomy reversal can be the beginning of a completely new life. For countless men, this safe and effective procedure has proven to be life-changing. Whatever your reasons for seeking vasectomy reversal, it is important to educate yourself about the process. Keep reading to learn more about questions you should ask your vasectomy reversal surgeon about the procedure.

What Experience Do You Have with Vasectomy Reversal?

When you have a vasectomy reversal, you want to make sure the procedure is completely safe. Ask any potential vasectomy reversal surgeons about their licenses and accreditations, as well as their experience performing vasectomy reversal surgery. Any surgeon should be able to provide testimonials from satisfied clients and evidence of his or her board certifications.

How Much Does a Vasectomy Reversal Cost?

Vasectomy reversal should cost around $7,000. If a surgeon quotes a lower price, he or she is likely inexperienced and the surgery could be unsuccessful. $7,000 should cover all pre-operative and post-operative visits, in addition to the surgery itself.

What Are My Chances of Having a Successful Surgery?

When you work with Dr. Green, your chances of having a successful vasectomy reversal are extremely high. Not all vasectomy reversal surgeons are alike. When you invest in one of the most important procedures of your life, you deserve to work with a surgeon who has specialized in vasectomy reversal for years. With Dr. Joshua Green, your chances of success are 95% if the original vasectomy was less than five years ago and 90% between five and ten years.

For a vasectomy reversal surgeon with proven success, look no further than Dr. Joshua Green. Dr. Green runs the Dr. Joshua Green Center for Vasectomy Reversal and Male Infertility of Sarasota and has years of experience in successful vasectomy reversal surgeries. Whether you are struggling with infertility or want to learn more about what is involved in a vasectomy reversal, call Dr. Green at (941) 961-4581 today.


In Focus: Male Factor Infertility

If you are exploring your options for infertility procedures in Sarasota, it is important to first understand the source of your infertility. Watch this video to learn more about male infertility.

Male infertility can be caused by many factors, including sperm disorders, anatomical abnormalities, mitochondrial deletions, PCD, and secondary conditions. Fortunately, vasectomy reversal surgeons like Dr. Joshua Green can help treat these problems with various infertility procedures, including sperm retrieval and IVF.

Dr. Green of the Dr. Joshua Green Center for Vasectomy Reversal and Male Infertility is pleased to offer a wide range of infertility procedures for Sarasota area men. Call (941) 961-4581 to learn more.


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