A vasectomy is a process where the vas deferentia tubules are disconnected as a method of preventing pregnancy. In vasectomy reversal the disconnected tubes are reunited to also the passage for sperm movement. The success rate of reversal vasectomy depends on the time gap between the two processes. As time difference increases the there can be formation of blocks in the tube or in some cases antibodies are produced against the sperm in the body.
Vasectomy reversal procedure starts with a local anesthetic and the surgery lasts for almost 2 to 4 hours. During the surgery, a cut is made on both sides of the scrotum and the vas deferentia are identified. With the help of a microscope and other surgical tools the cut ends are smoothened and reconnected with the help of micro sutures. The disconnected tubules are reconnected so that the passage of sperms from the testicles to the semen is possible thereby making the male fertile.
After the reversal surgery medications are prescribed to ease the pain and to prevent any infections. Later sperm analysis is conducted to confirm the success of the surgery performed.
Tubectomy or Tubal Ligation is a surgical procedure in which the fallopian tubes are closed or blocked so that the eggs are not released into the uterus. This also blocks the sperm from entering into the fallopian tubes for fertilization with the egg. In tubectomy reversal this block is eliminated facilitating the movement of egg and sperm for fertilization.
Before performing a tubectomy reversal, the Fertility Specialist suggests to undergo some blood tests and imaging test to ensure that the ovaries are active and fertile. A HSG test is also performed to discover the rate of functioning of the remaining part of the fallopian tube.
The tubectomy surgery is carried out under general anesthetic. The surgeon makes small incision in the abdomen and inserts a laparoscope to view enlarged image of the fallopian tube ends. More surgical instruments are inserted through other small incision and the cut ends are unclipped and reconnects the two of the fallopian tube ends using small stitches.
After the surgery, meditations are provided to ease the pain and discomfort of the surgery and also to prevent any bleeding from the incisions. The success rate of tubectomy reversal surgery depends on the age of the patient. Young women have better chances for conceiving after the surgery. Within one year after the tubectomy reversal, the patients conceive and become pregnant.
Vasectomy and tubectomy reversal surgeries conducted in hegde hospital is successful in almost 80% of the patients and increases the chances of pregnancy. Lesser is the time between the disconnecting surgery and its reversal, more are the chances of the partner getting pregnant.
Hegde fertility has a team of very experienced doctors to perform microsurgeries like tubal recanalisation surgery and vasectomy reversal procedures. Book an appointment now to discuss! Contact us at 040 710 44 777 for details on Infertility treatment cost in Hyderabad.