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Second Attempt Vasectomy Reversals

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Before and After the Procedure

 

 

 

 

The initial vasectomy reversal undergone by patients may have failed for several reasons:

• Microsurgical technique may not have been used

 

• Surgeon may have had limited experience performing vasectomy reversals

 

• Surgeon may have had limited experience using an operating microscope

 

• Suture size may have been too large

 

• New vas connection may have strictured due to inadequate blood supply

 

   

• Indications for vasoepididymostomy may have been present but not recognized

 

• A blowout or block may be present in the epididymal tubule, not allowing sperm to bypass the blockage

 

• If blockage exists in the epididymal tubule, surgeon must identify sperm further back in the epididymal tubule and connect this site to the abdominal side of the vas

 

• If any of these situations apply to previous surgery, Dr. Wosnitzer can identify such a problem by reviewing the operative note from the first vasectomy reversal (operative note may be obtained from the surgeon or hospital in which surgery was performed)

 


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