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  • n. A kind of surgery by which vasectomies are partially reversed.

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  • n. a surgical procedure that attempts to restore the function of the vas deferens after a vasectomy


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  • Results of recent studies indicate that following microsurgical vasovasostomy sperm appears in the semen in approximately 85 to 97% of men.

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  • This is in stark contrast to the traditional vasectomy, which cuts, sutures or cauterizes the vas deferens and, most importantly, Pro-Vas is reversible with a standard vasovasostomy procedure.


  • - over 4000 designer Bridal Dresses vasectomy reversal - Dr. Schow offers a monetary refund of the surgeon's fee for men who undergo a vasectomy reversal (either vasovasostomy or vasoepididymostomy) and fail to achieve achieve one million motile sperm in their ejaculate by one year from the vasectomy reversa

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