Vasectomy Reversal

What is a vasectomy reversal?

A vasectomy reversal is a surgical procedure to undo a vasectomy in hope of being fertile again. Where the tubes have been cut or blocked during your initial procedure, a vasectomy reversal will look to reconstruct these tubes so you can carry sperm again. The success of a vasectomy reversal is not always guaranteed and will depend on many factors, specifically the time in which has passed since your vasectomy procedure. Shorter time periods tend to have more effective results than those who have had a vasectomy years ago. A vasectomy is supposed to be a permanent procedure, however in some cases circumstances can change. Here are a few reasons as to why you might be considering a vasectomy reversal:

Whatever the reason might be we’re here to help you throughout the whole process, providing you with all the information & guidance you need. Our vasectomy reversal procedures are carried out by our UK trained urologist doctor, Dr Hosam Serag.

 


Vasectomy Reversal Procedure


A vasectomy reversal is a more complex procedure than the original vasectomy and will typically take a couple of hours to complete. The procedure will be done under general anaesthetic so is one of our major surgical procedures on offer here at Victoria House Clinic. This means that you will be put to sleep for the duration of the procedure whilst the doctor operates. The main purpose of the procedure is to reconstruct the tubes that carry the sperm to allow them to do so again. Each case will be different as it will vary on a number of different factors. During your consultation with Dr Hosam Serag he will assess your suitability for this procedure & outline all the information you need should it be able to go ahead.

Following the procedure you will be taken into our onsite recovery room where you will be monitored and allowed to rest before being free to go home.

Is a vasectomy reversal safe?
The safety of both our patients and staff is extremely important to us all here at Victoria House Clinic. Our vasectomy reversal procedures are extremely safe and carried out by our trained urologist expert, any associated risks will be outlined to you from the start.

Vasectomy Reversal Procedure

A vasectomy reversal is a more complex procedure than the original vasectomy and will typically take a couple of hours to complete. The procedure will be done under general anaesthetic so is one of our major surgical procedures on offer here at Victoria House Clinic. This means that you will be put to sleep for the duration of the procedure whilst the doctor operates. The main purpose of the procedure is to reconstruct the tubes that carry the sperm to allow them to do so again. Each case will be different as it will vary on a number of different factors. During your consultation with Dr Hosam Serag he will assess your suitability for this procedure & outline all the information you need should it be able to go ahead.

Following the procedure you will be taken into our onsite recovery room where you will be monitored and allowed to rest before being free to go home.

Is a vasectomy reversal safe?
The safety of both our patients and staff is extremely important to us all here at Victoria House Clinic. Our vasectomy reversal procedures are extremely safe and carried out by our trained urologist expert, any associated risks will be outlined to you from the start.


Why book your vasectomy reversal procedure with us?


Vasectomy Reversal Procedure Pricing


We will be updating our website with a price list for our vasectomy reversal procedure shortly. In the meantime, please contact us and we will be more than happy to get you booked in for a consultation where you can discuss pricing and ask our doctor any questions.


Vasectomy Reversal Procedure FAQ

This procedure will be done under general anaesthetic, meaning you will be put to sleep for the duration of the procedure. Post treatment you may feel some pain and discomfort but this will be discussed with you during your consultation. 

This is a same day patient procedure which means you will be able to go home after time spent in our recovery room, which is typically a few hours post procedure. The procedure itself typically takes a couple of hours to complete.

Our vasectomy reversal procedures are carried out by Dr Hosam Serag who is a trained urologist doctor, where he works at Queen Elizabeth Hospital as part of their urology team. 

A vasectomy reversal unfortunately cannot guarantee 100% effective results. There are a lot of factors that need to be considered, all of this will be discussed with you during your consultation.