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Considering Vasectomy Reversal

A vasectomy reversal is a microsurgical operation that reestablishes a connection of the vas deferens, the tube that carries sperm into the ejaculate that was previously cut during a vasectomy. It is the only way for a couple to conceive naturally following vasectomy. The procedure begins with the decision process, evaluating the options and alternatives, and becoming educated about the techniques. Because vasectomy reversal is a highly specialized and technical procedure, it is most important to choose the right doctor and one who is a microsurgeon who has been trained to perform vasectomy reversal. Our Maryland physicians and staff are highly trained and experienced with vasectomy reversal.

More than 25,000 vasectomy reversals are performed in the U.S. each year, most commonly because of remarriage and the desire to conceive a baby. Our doctors have helped many patients from Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania with their vasectomy reversals. Many couples seek vasectomy reversals because they have changed their minds about having a child, because they have lost a child and want to have another baby.  With a success rate of over 90% in reversing vasectomies - even those where the vasectomy was performed more than 35 years ago - Chesapeake Urology's three microsurgeons have helped hundreds of couples initiate a pregnancy.

Dr. Karen Elizabeth Boyle, Dr. David Fenig and Dr. Brad Lerner are among the top vasectomy reversal specialists in the United States.  Chesapeake Urology's premier vasectomy reversal specialists serve patients in Maryland and in the Mid-Atlantic Region including Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Washington, DC.

If you plan to conceive later and not right away, you may want to schedule a vasectomy reversal now. While there are some cases where sperm returns to the ejaculate within two months after the reversal, it may take up to 12 months to report a stable semen analysis test result.


Our Vasectomy Reversal Microsurgeons

Please contact one of the vasectomy reversal specialists at the Chesapeake Urology Male Fertility and Sexuality Group, for an appointment:

Brad D. Lerner, M.D.Karen Elizabeth Boyle, M.D.David M.Fenig, M.D.

Chesapeake Urology's premier vasectomy reversal specialists serve patients in Maryland and in the Mid-Atlantic Region including Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Washington, DC.