At our center, we understand the concerns that people have when it comes to infertility; we treat all of our patients with the confidentiality, compassion, and professionalism they deserve.

Professional Insight on Vasectomy Reversal

Vasectomy reversal is a relatively common procedure that men choose for a variety of reasons. The procedure is performed using microsurgery techniques, which allow for great success even in cases in which the initial vasectomy took place decades beforehand.

With this video, you will hear Dr. Gregory Lowe of Ohio State Medical Center discuss the success and effectiveness of the vasectomy reversal procedure. He explains that the surgery is highly effective when patients seek care from a physician specializing in this procedure. Following the surgery, pregnancy is highly likely when female fertility issues are not present in the patient’s partner.

To better understand how vasectomy reversal can play a role in your family planning, visit the Center for Vasectomy Reversal in Tampa Bay. Schedule a consultation with us on our website or give us a call at (941) 343-4020.

Natural Ways to Increase Your Sperm Count After a Vasectomy Reversal

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After a vasectomy reversal, it is important to be patient when trying to conceive, because it can take several months for sperm count to return to normal. However, there are some ways that you can quicken the process and promote a healthy sperm count after your procedure, which will allow you to get started on your family planning goals sooner. Below are some safe, natural remedies that are helpful in increasing sperm count once the vasectomy reversal is complete.

  • Eat more fruits and vegetables: Your diet has a direct effect on your fertility, and you can focus on specific foods that offer key vitamins and minerals for improved sperm count. Zinc, vitamin C, and folic acid are all essential for male fertility, and these nutrients can be found in all types of fresh produce. You might also take a daily multivitamin to maintain a balance of proper nutrition, but you should discuss the use of such supplements with your doctor first.
  • Maintain a healthy weight: Adding more nutritious foods to your diet should help you maintain an ideal weight, but you may need to add exercise to your routine as well. Excessive exercise should be avoided, because it can have an adverse effect on sperm count, but moderate aerobic and weightlifting activities will be helpful.
  • Avoid tobacco and alcohol: Both alcohol and tobacco have been linked to reduced sperm count with regular use. Tobacco use should be stopped entirely, but you can still drink alcohol in moderation. Limit alcohol consumption to no more than one to two drinks a few times per week.

If you are considering vasectomy reversal as a fertility treatment to help you start a family, contact Dr. Joshua Green at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal on our website or at (941) 343-4020. We utilize state-of-the-art technology for vasectomy reversal procedures so healing times are minimal.

Understanding How a Vasectomy Reversal Is Performed

Vasectomy reversal is a procedure that can restore male fertility after a vasectomy has been performed. This surgery is relatively simple, utilizing microsurgery techniques to repair the vas deferens tubes that were severed in the initial procedure. This video offers a look at how this procedure works to reconnect or unblock the vas deferens, allowing you to understand exactly what will happen during your surgery.

To get started on your family planning with vasectomy reversal, contact the Center for Vasectomy Reversal of Sarasota, Florida by visiting our website or by calling (941) 343-4020. Dr. Green will help you determine if this procedure is right for your needs and offer you a complete look at the alternatives available for male fertility treatment.

Helpful Tips for Planning Your Out-of-Town Vasectomy Reversal

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Vasectomy reversal is a highly specialized surgical procedure, so it may be best to travel to see a reputable surgeon for your male fertility care. Dr. Green at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal in Sarasota, Florida has years of experience in vasectomy reversal procedures, and he frequently accommodates out-of-town patients in the practice. If you are preparing to travel to see us for your procedure, here are some steps you can take to make the process easier:

  1. Arrive early for a pre-surgical consultation: When you make your travel plans, you should schedule your arrival one day before your surgery so that you can meet Dr. Green outside of the surgical center before your procedure. His private office is located just a few minutes from the airport, so you can easily get to your appointment directly from your flight if necessary. This pre-surgical visit will help you address any last-minute questions or concerns before your procedure.
  2. Coordinate with your primary physician: Prerequisite preparations for the surgery can be handled through phone or email correspondence with you and your primary doctor. Any screening for the procedure can take place in your own doctor’s office so that you are ready to go for surgery when you arrive in Sarasota.
  3. Bring a family member to assist you after surgery: It is recommended that your spouse or another family member accompany you to Sarasota so that you have assistance in transportation and post-surgical care. Additionally, it is helpful to include your spouse in your procedure planning to coordinate your fertility care.

For a closer look at the out-of-town surgical planning we offer at the Center for Vasectomy Reversal, contact us online or call (941) 343-4020. We will provide you with a comfortable and personalized experience tailored specifically to your unique needs for the procedure.

Visit These Websites For More Information On What Dr. Green And The Center For Vasectomy Reversal Can Do For You

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If you are looking for more facts about vasectomy reversal and other procedures related to male-factor fertility, visit the recommended links below before scheduling a consultation with the Center for Vasectomy Reversal.

  • Understand what ICSI is and how it is used with the MESA procedure by reading this WebMD.com article.
  • FertilityConnect.com explains some details about MESA and its uses.
  • Review the chances for successful pregnancy after a vasectomy reversal at Epigee.org.
  • Read this Fox News article to see why men choose to undergo vasectomy reversal procedures.
  • See how to prepare for your procedure with this article from the Mayo Clinic.

Check us out online or call (941) 343-4020 to see how we can help you.

Sperm Mapping on The Doctors

Fertility issues can be very troubling for couples desiring to have children, but there are medical solutions that can prove helpful. Male-factor infertility can be attributed to a lack of sperm in the ejaculate, which may seem like an impossible problem to overcome in order to achieve pregnancy.

However, as this video explains, there may be sperm in the testicles even if it is not present in the ejaculate. Sperm mapping can identify whether sperm is present in the testicles so that it can be retrieved through microsurgical procedures before in-vitro fertilization takes place.

For more information about sperm mapping and aspiration, schedule a consultation with the Center for Vasectomy Reversal. We can help you accomplish your family planning goals when you might think that hope has been lost for fertility treatment. Learn more on our website or call us at (941) 343-4020.

Is the MESA Procedure Right for You?

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MESA (micro-epididymal sperm aspiration) is a procedure in which sperm is taken for in-vitro fertilization directly from the epididymal tubes through microsurgical techniques. The surgery may be used for several different reasons, as it is a safe and effective method to retrieve healthy sperm for optimal chances of achieving pregnancy through ISCI during in-vitro fertilization. Here are some signs that indicate this procedure may be right for helping you and your partner overcome infertility:

  • You are already planning to use in-vitro fertilization: If your partner is diagnosed with female-factor infertility, you may be planning an in-vitro procedure to improve the chances of pregnancy. Pairing the MESA procedure with in-vitro fertilization can further improve the likelihood of success, because it guarantees the purest sperm sample available. The procedure has a minimal chance of interfering with structures surrounding the epididymal tubes, and it prevents contamination of the sperm from other bodily fluids.
  • An obstruction is preventing adequate sperm count in ejaculation: Injury, infection, or other types of trauma can lead to an obstruction within the male anatomy that prevents sperm from traveling properly. MESA is a minimally invasive procedure that can eliminate this problem by acquiring a sperm sample that will be adequate for in-vitro fertilization procedures.
  • You want to improve the chances of pregnancy: Success rates with MESA are better than other fertility procedures used for male-factor infertility. The procedure is performed with incredible accuracy because the epididymal tubes can be seen directly through a microscope as the doctor performs the procedure, so the chances of successful fertilization are high.

Get more facts about MESA and other procedures to meet your family planning goals by visiting the Center for Vasectomy Reversal in Florida. Explore our website or call (941) 343-4020 for a look at the procedures we offer and get more details to answer your questions about vasectomy reversal and sperm aspiration. 

What to Expect After Your Vasectomy Reversal

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When you decide to undergo a vasectomy reversal in order to meet the changing goals of your family plans or eliminate symptoms from complications of the original vasectomy procedure, you might wonder what the recovery process will entail. There is some discomfort that can be expected during recovery, but it is generally minimal and lasts only about 24-48 hours. Some precautions will need to be taken to prevent tearing at the site of the repair, which are explained below.

  • Reduction in physical activity: You will need to rest for the first few days after the procedure and refrain from rigorous exercise for about one month. Light physical activity should not pose a problem, but always discuss it with your surgeon to be certain that it is safe. You should be able to return to work fairly soon after your procedure as long as your job does not require heavy lifting or other tasks involving physical labor.
  • Use of supportive clothing: A scrotal support will need to be worn for about one month after your procedure. It should be worn at all times except for when you are in the shower. This snug support will prevent the testicles from hanging down, so damage is less likely to occur at the surgical site.
  • Break in sexual activity: It is important that patients do not participate in sexual activity or ejaculate for at least three weeks following surgery. When sexual activity is resumed, more sperm will appear in the ejaculate over a period spanning about 12-15 months. Achieving pregnancy after vasectomy reversal can take up to two years, occurring with about a 50% success rate in this period of time.

To learn more about vasectomy reversal options and start planning your procedure, visit the Center for Vasectomy Reversal in Sarasota, Florida. Contact us online or call (941) 343-4020 to schedule your first appointment at our practice. We will work closely with you to ensure that your procedure has the best possible outcome, providing compassionate and professional care.

Click Ahead To See How The Center For Vasectomy Reversal Can Change Your Life

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Infertility is not a condition exclusive to women. Learn more about the changes that come with fatherhood and how a semen analysis can diagnose the cause of male infertility with these helpful resources. Call the Center for Vasectomy Reversal at (941) 343-4020 for more information on our services.

  • Explore this article from FathersAndFamilies.org to learn how becoming a father can literally change a man’s brain.
  • Visit this link for more information on the changes you’ll need to make when becoming a father.
  • What can you expect from a semen analysis? Find out with this link from the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

Barack Obama on Fatherhood

Becoming a father changes every aspect of your life—from the way you spend your free time to your level of patience. 

In this video clip, President Barack Obama takes some time to discuss his experiences as a father in celebration of Father’s Day. Like most new parents, Barack Obama states that he struggled to sleep the first night he brought his oldest daughter home from the hospital, considering how he was now responsible for a new life. Obama says that becoming a father has been the most magical thing he has ever experienced and entirely changed his perspective on life. Watch this full clip to learn more about Obama’s experiences as a father.

If you believe you may be experiencing infertility issues or are considering a vasectomy reversal, the Center for Vasectomy Reversal is here to help. Contact us at (941) 343-4020 to set up an appointment. 

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