What is a vasectomy reversal?
Vasectomy reversal is a surgical procedure to undo a vasectomy. It is performed to restore the flow of sperm to the vas deferens, the tubes that carry sperm. A successful vasectomy reversal allows couples to pursue spontaneous pregnancy.
A vasectomy reversal is a great option for men whose life situation has changed; whether simply deciding to expand an existing family, getting remarried and desiring a biological child, meeting someone new and rethinking an initial decision to not procreate, or due to religious conversion. There are many reasons, all valid, for why a man changes his mind.
How Long is a Vasectomy Reversal?
At the Men’s Clinic, it’s all about the patient and his decision to proceed with the best surgical procedure and desired outcome. Here are a few things to consider about vasectomy reversals as you are trying to make your decision.
At UCLA vasectomy reversals are performed in an outpatient setting for which we offer competitive pricing. Dr. Mills performs reversals on men from all over the world, and his office staff can assist with hotel accommodations in the West Los Angeles area.
Appointments are easy to schedule and board-certified urologist Dr. Jesse Mills makes every effort to accommodate your appointment within 1-2 weeks of calling to schedule. For more information and to schedule an appointment, please call the UCLA Urology Appointment line: (310) 794-7700.