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What is a successful vasectomy reversal?

12th June 2007

If you don’t want kids now, but you’re only pretty sure you don’t want kids in the future, you might be wondering about the posibility of having a Vasectomy Reversal. According to his website, Dr. Schow’s has a 95 percent success rate over his last 500 vasectomy reversals. Success means “restoring more than 1 million motile sperm to the ejaculate.”

I’m not sure if a million sperm is considered good or not (good for having a baby that is). Perhaps one of our readers can comment on that.

Vasectomy reversals are done at MMHC’s National Vasectomy Reversal Center. Dr. Schow performs 4-6 reverse vasectomy surgeries each week at the center.

Dr. Schow, the Vasectomy Reversal Doctor has worked on a Fellowship in Male Infertility and Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversal at the University of Minnesota; on Urological Surgery at the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont; as Staff Urologist and the director of The Center for Male Infertility and Microsurgery at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas; and at the Southwest Impotency and Infertility Center in Van Buren Arkansas.

Dr. Schow now directs the Minnesota Men’s Health Center and its National Vasectomy Reversal Center. I’m not saying you should make a decision based on this website I’m linking to, but I think you would want to call Dr. Schow to discuss your case.

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