Dr. Mark Hickman, a surgeon in New Braunfels, TX, is pleased to share that the vasectomy reversal procedure enjoys a high rate of success at his clinic, Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals. The clinic provides microsurgical vasectomy reversal at an all-inclusive cost. The tubes that carry sperm from the testicles are cut and sealed during this procedure, a highly efficient method of birth control, to prevent the transmission of genetic material that would result in the creation a child during sexual activity. Learn more here: Cost Of Vasectome Reversal.

This procedure is a popular choice because it is an outpatient surgery with a low risk of problems or side effects and is almost completely effective at preventing conception. As a result, it is regarded as being more secure and generally less expensive than the majority of female birth control methods, such as birth control pills and female sterilization techniques like tubal ligation, which involves cutting, tying off or otherwise obstructing the tubes that carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus. However, it is crucial to keep in mind that vasectomies will not stop the spread of sexually transmitted infections, so it is still important to practice safe sex whenever necessary. A vasectomy can eliminate the need to use additional birth control measures before intercourse.

Since the reversal procedure, which typically entails stitching the vas deferens back together, is more difficult and frequently more expensive than the initial vasectomy procedure, vasectomies are regarded as a permanent birth control option. People who have had a vasectomy and have since decided they want to be able to have a child should choose a skilled surgeon, such as Dr. Mark Hickman, who has been reversing vasectomies with minimally invasive procedures for almost 30 years. The surgery to reverse a vasectomy can also be ineffective in some cases.

At his practice, Dr. Hickman utilizes a strong operating microscope and a fine nylon suture that is significantly thinner than a human hair to reverse a vasectomy. In order to increase the success rate of semen going down the newly repaired tubes, the suture is utilized to accomplish a microsurgical repair of the vas deferens. The goal is to carefully align the two ends and stitch them together with a watertight closure. Ten to fifteen stitches are typically required for a repair to fully seal the tubes. The reversal surgery's various techniques and outcomes can differ greatly, especially among physicians. Dr. Hickman has performed over 1,300 surgical reversals of vasectomies, all of which have resulted in more babies than he can possibly count. As a result, patients from all over the world put their trust in him when they want to reverse their vasectomies.

Vasectomy reversal surgery is offered at Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals for a single, all-inclusive cost, so those considering the treatment are aware of the whole cost upfront: $3,300, which includes the cost of local anesthetic and an oral sedative to dull pain. The only option that incurs additional fees is IV Sedation (administered by a board-certified anesthesiologist); this option raises the procedure's overall cost by $900. Otherwise, patients who choose to have a vasectomy reversal performed by Dr. Mark Hickman can be guaranteed that there will not be any hidden costs or expenses. A second barrier to the flow of sperm, such as a ruptured tube in the epididymis, may occasionally be discovered after a vasectomy and must also be treated in order for the procedure to be completely successful. The all-inclusive pricing approach ensures that, if a second repair is required, it will be done at the same time as the first one — and without additional fees — unlike some surgeons who may charge more for it, want to arrange a second appointment to finish it or choose to ignore it entirely.

Anyone who has had a vasectomy and is interested in having it reversed may get in touch with Dr. Mark Hickman's office for a free consultation. Most people who decide they want to reverse their vasectomy do so because they already know they wish to have a child. There is no evidence that men who have vasectomies frequently experience long-lasting psychological effects, so men who do not want children should not be concerned about these types of side effects if they are considering getting a vasectomy as a way to avoid pregnancy.

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Those interested in vasectomy reversals will find that Dr. Mark Hickman’s website provides more information on the subject (along with related resources). His clinic can also be contacted directly through phone call or email.

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For more information about Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman, contact the company here:

Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman
Dr. Mark Hickman
830-660-0600
drhickman@micro-vas-reversals.com
Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman
598 N Union Ave #200
New Braunfels, TX 78130

https://micro-vas-reversals.com/

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