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Many women decide that they want to get pregnant after their partners have had a vasectomy. However, it is very rare for this to happen without having a vasectomy surgically reversed. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
In fact, getting pregnant after having a vasectomy is even rarer than getting pregnant after having a tubal ligation. Vasectomy reversals are basically a surgery to reattach the tubes that allow a man to impregnate a woman. Around sixty percent of vasectomy reversals are successful, meaning 3 out of 5 men go on to impregnate a woman after a reversal.
As far as surgeries to increase fertility go, a vasectomy reversal is actually pretty inexpensive, averaging around $3000 to $5000 for the procedure. Most of the time, it takes around a year for a woman to become pregnant after her man has a vasectomy reversal, so it is important to remember that results are not instant.
If a vasectomy reversal is not an option, couples can opt for a sperm retrieval procedure combined with IVF. However, this option is even more expensive than a vasectomy reversal. It is important to keep in mind that getting pregnant after a man has had a vasectomy is very difficult, and there really are not too many options.