Last updated 5 days ago
Dr. Joshua Green of the Center for Vasectomy Reversal has a stellar reputation throughout the southeast and beyond, which is why so many patients choose to travel to Sarasota, Florida for treatment. If you’re an out-of-town patient, you can handle many of the preliminary requirements for a vasectomy reversal via mail, e-mail, or phone. When it’s time to travel to Sarasota, Dr. Green’s surgery center is conveniently located just 15 minutes from the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport. If your flight will be arriving at Tampa International Airport or Southwest Florida International Airport, you’ll have only a one-hour drive to reach Dr. Green’s office.
Once you’re in Sarasota, there are many accommodation options available to you. Dr. Green’s surgery center is located directly across the street from The Hampton Inn Sarasota. The Ritz-Carlton Sarasota and the Hyatt Sarasota are also nearby. Given the beautiful scenery and sightseeing opportunities in the area, many patients like to turn their medical trip into a vacation. Patients are invited to contact the Sarasota Convention & Visitor’s Bureau for help exploring our beautiful town.
The friendly staff members at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal strive to make your experience as comfortable and easy as possible. Out-of-town patients are welcome to contact us at (941) 462-4647 to learn more about traveling to Sarasota for a vasectomy reversal.
Last updated 12 days ago
The success rate of couples trying to conceive after a vasectomy reversal is comparable to that of couples who have not been affected by a vasectomy. However, it may take some time to conceive. After a vasectomy reversal, it may take 12 to 18 months for sperm to be present in semen. You can improve the chances of conceiving a child by evaluating potential factors that may contribute to female infertility, such as medical conditions such as endometriosis and uterine fibroids.
Hear more about vasectomies and vasectomy reversals by watching this video. This expert discusses a couple of the reasons why men choose to have vasectomy reversals and offers a few points to consider for couples trying to conceive a child.
The team at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal looks forward to helping you and your partner experience the joy of parenthood! Schedule a consultation for a vasectomy reversal today by calling (941) 462-4647.
Last updated 19 days ago
After you have a vasectomy reversal, it can take a while for sperm to once again be present in your semen. Previously, laboratory testing was required to check for the presence of sperm. Now, you can use a home semen analysis kit to evaluate the success of a vasectomy reversal. However, bear in mind that a home testing kit will not offer results as accurate and comprehensive as those you’ll find from a doctor’s office.
Using the Test
The home semen analysis kit you use may offer slightly different instructions; follow the instructions on the label. In general; however, you can expect to ejaculate into a collection cup. Then, you’ll mix the semen with a solution, provided with the kit. A certain number of drops of the mixed solution are then placed on a testing device. In a few minutes, you’ll have a positive or negative result.
Evaluating the Results
A positive result indicates that your sperm count is above 20 million sperm per milliliter of semen. This is on the low end of a normal sperm count and it’s the minimum required for pregnancy. A negative result means that you may need to wait for a longer period of time after the vasectomy reversal. However, a home testing kit doesn’t analyze other factors that contribute to male infertility, such as sperm motility and sperm morphology. For comprehensive results, it’s best to work with a doctor.
Improving Male Fertility
In addition to undergoing a vasectomy reversal, there are a few steps you can take to improve the concentration and vitality of your sperm. Eat a healthy diet that emphasizes fruits, vegetables, and monounsaturated fats. Quit smoking, if applicable, and avoid taking hot baths.
Dr. Green at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal has extensive training and experience in helping countless couples conceive a child after a vasectomy. When you choose to have a vasectomy reversal at our clinic, you’ll have access to comprehensive patient education and the highest quality of care. Schedule your vasectomy reversal today by calling (941) 462-4647.
Last updated 25 days ago
Often, a change in life circumstances or a change of heart leads men to consider a vasectomy reversal. Men who undergo a vasectomy reversal may be more apt to be older fathers. Becoming a father later in life thanks to a vasectomy reversal grants a man a unique perspective on parenting. Older dads may not have the same level of energy they once did; however, they do have a great deal more life experience, and quite often, more patience for childhood antics.
After having a vasectomy reversal, older dads may be more apt to find that after taking care of work obligations, errands, and other requirements, they have less energy available to play with their kids. By necessity, older dads learn to prioritize activities and events to ensure that the kids get a fair share of their attention.
Applying Life Lessons
Adults may notice that the older they become, the better able they are to learn practical lessons from making mistakes and to apply those life lessons to future scenarios. While younger men may take it personally when plans go awry, older men may be more likely to rise to the occasion. This healthy level of self-confidence serves older men well when they become fathers. Happy, confident parents often translate to happy, well-adjusted kids.
Men experience stress at every age. However, younger men may be more likely to let the pressures of life influence their reactions and attitudes. With their years of life experiences, older men may be better able to live mindfully, to moderate their reactions, and to prevent the pressures of life from influencing their mood. Living mindfully lends itself to stability at home and the ability to treasure the little moments of life.
The Center for Vasectomy Reversal provides state-of-the-art treatments with a personalized approach for men who wish to become fathers after having a vasectomy. You can learn more about vasectomy reversals by scheduling an appointment with our vasectomy reversal surgeon, Dr. Green. Connect with our office by calling (941) 462-4647 or visiting our website.
Last updated 1 month ago
If you and your partner plan to conceive using in vitro fertilization after you’ve had a vasectomy, the MESA procedure could be the perfect solution. Rather than being a true vasectomy reversal, MESA is a procedure during which your doctor will harvest sperm to be used for in vitro fertilization.
MESA stands for microscopic epididymal sperm aspiration. During MESA, the surgeon uses an operating microscope to find and remove sperm directly from the epididymis while minimizing blood and fluid contamination. Thanks to the precision allowed by the microscope, success rates for MESA are extremely high. Before the procedure, your doctor will review anesthesia options with you. Although the procedure can be performed with a local anesthetic, most men opt for some kind of sedative in addition to the local anesthetic to help them stay still during the surgery.
If you’re planning to conceive using in vitro fertilization, find out how undergoing MESA at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal can help. You can learn more about vasectomy reversal by calling (941) 462-4647.