How long after I've had a vasectomy is it still worth considering a vasectomy reversal?

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There is no clear answer to this question. Generally, the longer the wait after a vasectomy, the higher the likelihood of scarring and blockages. Also, often after a long-standing vasectomy, men will develop sperm antibodies, an immunologic response to their own sperm. These antibodies can make fertilization more difficult despite adequate numbers of sperm. A laboratory specializing in fertility testing can check for their presence and, if found to exist, then the man can be treated accordingly. To answer this question you would need to discuss your particular situation with a specialist who can review all the relevant information in your circumstances.

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