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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Discussing your vasectomy reversal with your partner

vasectomy reversalThe decision whether to grow your family or not is one of the most important that any couple can make. It is vital that you are both in complete agreement before you proceed with a vasectomy reversal. Even raising the issue can take delicate handling.

Making the choice whether or not to bring new life into the world is a hugely emotional one which both partners need to be entirely comfortable with, so it’s vital that you take your time and come to a joint decision. Even the initial […]

By |October 28th, 2015|Categories: Vasectomy Reversal|Tags: |0 Comments

Second Marriages and Vasectomy Reversals

vasectomy reversalAs more people divorce and then remarry other partners, an increasing number of couples are trying to start a family later in life. For many, this means men are requiring a vasectomy reversal.

Almost 40% of weddings are now second marriages; and for men who’ve had a vasectomy – believing they weren’t going to have any more children – the only option is to reverse their vasectomy if they wish to start a family with their new wife.

Most couples in this situation have been together for some time and feel […]

By |October 23rd, 2015|Categories: Vasectomy Reversal|Tags: |0 Comments

NHS to limit vasectomy referrals

vasectomy reversalVasectomy reversals are a common procedure as men remarry or simply decide they were a little hasty when they cut the cord the first time round. Now, though, the NHS has been forced to ration vasectomies in the first place and men will have to make a strong case if they want the surgical procedure.

GPs in Basildon and Brentwood have been informed by their local trust that they will be assigned a specific amount of vasectomy referrals, ranging from just one to 11, for the coming financial year.

The […]

By |October 12th, 2015|Categories: Vasectomy Reversal|Tags: |0 Comments

Male fertility: the facts

male fertilityWhen it comes to fertility issues in heterosexual couples, the problem is spread quite evenly between the two sexes; male infertility accounts for between 40 and 50% of all instances in humans, and around 7% of men are affected by fertility problems when trying to conceive.

The most common root cause of male infertility can be attributed to semen deficiencies, and as such, semen quality is often used as a measure of male fertility. The term ‘sperm count’ is often used to quantify fertility, and a semen analysis will […]

By |October 5th, 2015|Categories: Male Fertility, Vasectomy Reversal|Tags: , |0 Comments