Changing Your Mind After A Vasectomy, Can You Go Back?

It Is Expensive

The first step is to contact one's insurance company to see if they will pay for vasectomy reversal, as only a few will offer coverage for a non-life threatening procedure. The cost of vasectomy removal can be high, but many men find this cost to be well worth it for the chance of having another child again. The next step is to see a surgeon in synchronicity with the man's finances and medical needs. Costs range from $2,000-$12,000, depending on the surgeon, location, practice, and how much effort needs to be done to restore the vas deferens tubes properly. If insurance covers even a portion of this cost, the total spent out-of-pocket will be much lower for the patient.

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