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Uncommon in most instances guys just get some swelling they get some pain but in many instances they told me that they’ve had less pain from the second reversal they might initially had from their vasectomy so for many men it’s a it’s a very well tolerated surgery but the main thing they’ve got to do is take it easy for the first week so in less complications.

If things like bruising or swelling soreness and more importantly they’ll actually get a better result there’s a better chance that they won’t disrupt the tiny little stitches which are the only things that are holding the defer ens together before proper healing is taking place there’s no real any feeling for about the first six or seven days it’s beyond.

That you start get normal tissue Reformation and healing so they do need to take it easy for the first couple of weeks and particularly the first week after the operation and also risks regarding what sort of risks if people considering IVF again it’s at there’s an extremely safe procedure and it’s extraordinarily rare that women are permanently.

Harmed by this process in fact in Australia the risk of dying from Isidro is probably about one in a million there could be almost no medical procedure which is which is as safe as this there are some common complications a condition called hyper stimulation which might affect roughly one in women but the approaches to the management of this have improved dramatically in the last few years and I think that it’s really quite uncommon for most women to have much more than some pelvic.

Discomfort from the processes of a collection for a day and beyond that they might feel some bloating they might be.

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Tubules of vasectomy reversal the epidermis is somewhere around a third of a millimeter as the epidermis stretches out into the vs defer ens the diameter of the inside of the vs defer ens is somewhere around in millimeters so you know that we’re going.

To be discussing operating under a surgical microscope to even consider putting things these structures back together appropriately and adequately so epidermis is then attached to the testicle and the sperm essentially made in the testicle and then through a series of ducts these little very very very small tubes is what is how the sperm get from the testicle into the epidermis and eventually along that tube all the way up into the the urethra and the ejaculatory.

Duct do they meet somebody who knocks them off their feet and she in fact what skids and so they come see me so prior paternity is important if he hasn’t had children my workup and evaluation is slightly different I want to know how healthy the man is not only from what I think I might find impairments in sperm production but also just as general.

Health and if there’s any way I can intervene to make him healthier that’s probably going to make his sperm healthier as well and ultimately that’s what I’m doing I’m doctoring both the man and his sperm I want to know what medications he’s taking because there are a few that have a significant impact on sperm production so if you tuned in for my last webinar in male fertility we had a little discussion about testosterone therapy which is becoming increasingly more common and sperm production and it essentially completely shuts down sperm.

seeing non motile sperm so they’re there they’re just not swimming that goes back to what we talked about a few slides back in that the just the time from the vasectomy is going to dictate often whether or not there’s swimming sperm at the time of reversal but I know that that man is going to be able to ejaculate out those non motile sperm to get were the good swimmers are and again we’ll be able to restore fertility if I get in and I find sperm fragments mean and I see heads of sperm and tails of sperm this is just a timeline so in other words that just means that.