QUESTIONS & ANSWERS – FAQ’s
IS A VASECTOMY REVERSIBLE?
A vasectomy can be reversed, though it’s a more invasive procedure. Moreover, even when the surgery is successful, conceiving a child is not always easy. You should be fairly certain that you do not want additional children prior to having a vasectomy. Consider sperm banking as a precaution. Should you decide to have a child the sperm is thawed and placed into the women’s cervix through a process called artificial insemination. This is not the same as the very costly in vitro fertilization.
- What is a vasectomy?
- How is a vasectomy performed?
- Will my sexual function change after a vasectomy?
- Will a vasectomy affect my erection?
- Can you leave one or both of the tubes open?
- Is a vasectomy reversible?
- Will you consider a vasectomy on a man in his 20’s?
- What do you think of RISUG?
- What happens to the sperm that’s being produced in the testicle?
- Office procedures versus sedation, what are the costs?
- What is the recovery time from a Vasectomy?
- Can you have a vasectomy and still get someone pregnant?
- Why aren’t my E.D. pills working?
- Where did my sex drive go?
- Why is there little to no fluid produced when I ejaculate?
- Why do I climax so quickly?
- Why does my penis appear bent?