Microsurgical vasectomy reversal is a delicate and complex operation performed to re-establish the pathway of sperm into the ejaculate permitting a man to re-establish his fertility to enable the couples to conceive a baby naturally. This microsurgery is done to reverse the effects of a vasectomy, which cuts the vas deferens. Sperm are made in the testes and then travel through the vas deferens into the ejaculate. A vasectomy creates a blockage in this tube; a vas reversal is a procedure to bypass this blockage.
"We are happy to inform you that we conceived 10 weeks past surgery! I'm currently in my 7th week and had an ultrasound last week. The doctor said everything looks great! I wanted to thank you again for your patience with us when answering all our questions; you always took time and we never felt rushed. We could have had the surgery done locally, but it was your compassion and personality that helped us make the decision to travel to Maryland."