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5- What determines whether a vasectomy reversal is successful?

Ultimately a vasectomy reversal will be be considered successful when a couple achieves becoming pregnant and giving birth. With respect to vasectomy reversal, this means returning sperm in the ejaculate. If a vasovasostomy is performed on both sides, there is about a 90% chance of having sperm return to the ejaculate. If a vasoepididymostomy is performed on both sides, there is about a 60% chance of having sperm return to the ejaculate. If a mixed operation is performed (vasovasostomy on one side, vasoepididymostomy on the other), sperm returns to the ejaculate in about 75% of cases. So to achieve this goal means taking into account timing, the patient, the surgury, healing and also considerations specific to the female partner.

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