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What is reversal of vasectomy?
A vasectomy is meant to be a permanent method of male contraception. Reversing a vasectomy is a procedure to rejoin the tubes or vas deferens that were cut during a vasectomy. For many reasons, men seek to have this procedure to regain their fertility.
The operation is performed under a general anaesthetic and usually takes about 2 hours. The surgeon rejoins the cut tubes or vas deferens on both sides. It may be performed using a microscope, as this methods enables precise surgery and increases the chances of a successful outcome. The micro-surgical procedure is available in a limited number of hospitals, so please contact us for more details.
Your surgeon will usually make one cut in the centre of your scrotum. Find your nearest BMI Healthcare hospital offering vasectomy reversal.