Sometimes, men who have had a vasectomy decide they want to have more children. In these cases, you can perform a reversal of vasectomy through microsurgical techniques.
The surgery to reverse a vasectomy is somewhat more complex than vasectomy. The vas deferens that was severed is reconnected again, allowing the passage of sperm into the semen.
Since it is an intervention of maximum precision, carried out under the microscope, there are no complications. After the treatment, the rate of permeability (presence of sperm in the semen) tends to range between 75 and 99%, with a probability of pregnancy of 70%.