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Monthly Archives: May 2015

How Much Does a Vasectomy Reversal Cost?

how much does a vasectomy reversal costPeople come to our vasectomy reversal clinic in Nottingham for many reasons, whether they’ve changed their mind about wishing to conceive or wish to try the procedure as a means of treating post-vasectomy pain. It’s a big undertaking whatever your reasons, so you’re sure to want to be in the experienced hands.

The Vasectomy Reversal Centre is one of the leading vasectomy reversal clinics in the UK. With his excellent success rates, Mr Harriss’ patients have had many pregnancy success stories after procedures […]

By |May 29th, 2015|Categories: Vasectomy Reversal|Tags: |0 Comments

How Common are Pregnancies After Vasectomy Reversal?

vasectomy reversalYou might think that once you’ve gone under the knife and had a vasectomy, that’s the end of the road, but more and more men are changing their minds and opting for a vasectomy reversal in order to try and conceive – with excellent success rates.

The procedure

A vasectomy reversal with Mr Harriss is performed through a single scrotal incision under general anaesthetic, after which he finds the ends of the vas deferens, a small tube in the male reproductive organ that carries sperm. He joins […]

By |May 26th, 2015|Categories: Vasectomy Reversal|Tags: |0 Comments

Vasectomy Reversal as a Treatment for Post-Vasectomy Pain

vasectomy painA vasectomy is a simple and straightforward procedure that involves cutting the two tubes – the vas deferens – that allow sperm to move from the testicles to the penis. It therefore stops sperm from entering the semen, the fluid that is excreted during orgasm. While the procedure is one of the most popular forms of family planning in the UK, there have been questions about its health implications.

It is estimated that one in ten men who have a vasectomy suffer long-term testicular pain, known as post-vasectomy pain. This pain […]

How a Vasectomy Reversal is Performed

vasectomy reversalIf you have had a vasectomy and have now made the decision to start a new family, you may wish to have a vasectomy reversal. Although not always successful, this procedure could restore your fertility, meaning you may be able to father a child.

Unlike a vasectomy, a reversal is only done under a general anaesthetic with Mr Harriss (as the results are better and he has better access to all the anatomy required), which means that you will be asleep throughout the procedure. A micro-surgical […]

By |May 6th, 2015|Categories: Vasectomy Reversal|Tags: |0 Comments