There are a number of reasons you may be considering a vasectomy reversal. Perhaps you’ve found someone new in your life that wants children or maybe you have had second thoughts and simply want to change your mind. No matter what your reason, there are a number of vasectomy reversal success factors to be aware of so you can make an informed decision.
The most important factor to be aware of is the age in which you had your vasectomy. As the years grow in between when you had it and when you wish to have it reversed, the chances for success do decrease. However, that is not for you to be discouraged because the success rates are still quite high. In fact, Mr Harriss is such an expert at his profession that there has never been a vasectomy reversal he has not been able to perform based on how it was done originally.
Here is how the success rates break down according to length of time between the original procedure and a reversal:
- 21 to 30 Years. The success rate in the case of such a length of time is still a staggering 50% done with Mr Harris.
- 15 to 20 Years. With an 84% success rate, the chances of impregnating your significant other is quite high.
- 8 to 14 Years. A 94% success rate is the norm in cases of this length of time between the procedure and the vasectomy reversal.
- 3 Months to 7 Years. This length of time garners the highest success rate at an amazing 98%.
As you can see, the rate of success is not only high but very encouraging if you are considering reversing your vasectomy. If you wish to discuss your chances further or want to make an appointment simply contact us.