How long after the vasectomy reversal will sperm be present in my ejaculate?

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For reasons that have not been clearly determined by medical science, it may take you a long time to see resulting sperm even when the reversal is successful. The success of the procedure cannot be judged until an entire year has passed from the surgery. However, the semen analysis is checked during this period to see at what point there is sperm and to see its quality. Many men who have a vasovasostomy (vas to vas connection) will see sperm fairly soon after the operation. Other men, especially those who have had vaso-epididymostomies may need to wait a full year. For in-depth information on Semen Analysis, when and how they are done, go to www.MaleInfertilitySpecialists.com.

 
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