Vasectomy Reversal Recovery

Vasectomy Reversal recovery is generally a matter of a day barring complications. It is a same day check-in and check out exercise.

Vasectomy reversal recovery is quick, as the patient feels no discomfort during the procedure of surgery performed with a general anesthesia. Any post-operative pain is controllable through oral medication. The patient is advised to remain at relative rest for the first two days following surgery. Sex and heavy exercise is restricted for three weeks. Most men feel “sore” for only the first few days. The patient is generally advised to abstain from alcohol for the next 24 hours. But he can eat whatever he wants a couple of hours after surgery.

Semen testing begins within the first 2 months following surgery. Although there have been reports of conception within a month after vasectomy reversal, it often takes several months to establish a pregnancy. The patient’s progress is followed until pregnancy is achieved.
Dr. Spitz – Great company on the road to fatherhood!

Dr. Aaron Spitz, M.D., with a Fellowship in Male Fertility, is highly trained and deeply experienced in male reproductive medicine and surgery.

His approach to problem solving is sensitive and friendly. His charges for performing vasectomy reversals are competitive at the advanced level of service that he provides.. He is highly skilled at performing microsurgical vasectomy reversals. He routinely performs both vasovasostomy and epididymo-vasostomy, and he has a commendable track record at salvaging previously unsuccessful vasectomy reversals. He also performs minimally invasive sperm retrieval for those couples choosing in-vitro fertility.

Dr. Spitz is also a board certified urologist, fellowship trained in male fertility. He provides the comprehensive evaluation and care that men in infertile couples deserve and require.

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