Have you considered all the costs of vasectomy reversal?

costs of vasectomy reversalThere are plenty of reasons that you might decide you want a vasectomy reversal, whether it’s months or years after the original procedure. Reversing a vasectomy can help to relieve pain associated with the original procedure and restore fertility to those who have changed their mind about wishing to father a child.

The procedure should be within the grasp of everyone, as the benefits to the health and well being of those who want one are numerous, but many people are put off by the perceived costs of vasectomy reversal surgery.

What Are The Costs of Vasectomy Reversal Surgery?

The procedure carried out here at The Vasectomy Reversal Centre is called microsurgical vasectomy reversal surgery and whilst it does require a general anaesthetic, with a success rate (for regaining fertility) of around 98% (for men aged 30 or under) – sounds like good odds to us!

The costs of vasectomy reversal are fixed at £2,897 which equates to around $4,312 or €3,818 – but check the latest exchange rates if you’re planning to visit from the US or Europe for your vasectomy reversal surgery. An anitial deposit of £500 is required to be paid for by debit or credit card and the remainder of the balance can be paid immediately, or it’s also possible to pay off the remainder sum with a BMI Payment Plan Card, offering 0% finance for the first 12 months. If you’d prefer, you can also choose our save and pay option, depositing whatever you can afford each month up until the date of the operation.

The price charged includes all the costs of vasectomy reversal surgery: the operation, all hospital costs and fees, all meals and a three month semen analysis following the procedure, to analyse fertility.

You should also consider any loss of earnings which you may incur as a result of your surgery, as well as travel to and from the clinic. If your role is low impact, and home or office based, you shouldn’t miss too much time (around a week), but those whose work involves strenuous exercise or heavy lifting may need to take more. Two weeks is recommended for anyone whose job involves lifting, pulling or wearing a harness, in order to prevent damage occurring which could reduce the effectiveness of the vasectomy reversal.

To help you, Mr Harriss can provide a sick certificate to enable you to obtain sick pay whilst recovering. All you need to do is ask him when you meet him.