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Three Times To Consider A Vasectomy Reversal

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Many men get vasectomies when they've decided that they no longer wish to have another child. If you had two children and didn't want a third, for example, you might have decided that a vasectomy was the right procedure for you. Your local urology center can not only perform vasectomies but can also perform vasectomy reversals. This is a minor surgical procedure that involves reconnecting the vas deferens — the tube that was cut during the original vasectomy. There are several scenarios in which you may wish to consider having a vasectomy reversal. If you find yourself in one of these situations, contact a urology center to set up a consultation and learn more about this procedure.  

New Partner

A lot of men who've had vasectomies consider a reversal when they find themselves with a new partner. For example, if you were finished having children with a spouse or partner but that relationship has ended, you may eventually get into another relationship. For all sorts of reasons, you might like the idea of having a child with your new partner. If you've had a vasectomy, you'd obviously be unable to have a child with this partner. In this situation, you may want to have a vasectomy reversal so that you and your new partner can work on having a child.

Death Of A Child

When a young child dies, it's an extremely difficult time for the parents. It can take a long time to heal from the death, but in the months or years ahead, you and your significant other may start to think about having another child together. For example, perhaps you had two children, but the death of one has left you with just one child. If you like the idea of your child having a sibling, this may be a time to visit a urology center for a vasectomy reversal.

New Mindset

Some men who've had vasectomies experience a new mindset about having children at some point after the procedure. There are all sorts of applicable scenarios. For example, perhaps you never wanted to have a child and had a vasectomy as a result. However, upon seeing your family members and friends find joy in parenting, you might decide that you want to be a parent. A vasectomy reversal will be the first step toward making this goal a reality. Learn more about the vasectomy reversal procedure at your local urology center.