When there is the need to reconnect the male reproductive tract that was initially disconnected during a vasectomy, the sexologist performs vasectomy reversal. During this procedure, the doctor reconnects the tubes (vas deferens) to the male reproductive tract (vas deferens system). If this procedure takes place within 3 years of a Vasectomy treatment, the chance of success is high. It takes 5 to 14 days to recover after vasectomy reversal as there is the use of general or local anaesthesia during the procedure. A man is able to have a child with his partner after the surgery.

Before the treatment

There are some necessary preparations before vasectomy reversal. Before this procedure, your sexology doctor in Kolkata will go through your medical history and suggest you go through a physical examination. After seeing the test results, the doctor can determine whether you are suitable to undergo the procedure of vasectomy reversal. In order to check whether the sperms produced in the semen are healthy to fertilize eggs from your partner, you need to go through additional tests. If your partner is above 40, the doctor often conducts certain tests on her to confirm that she has no fertility issues. If everything is fine, a date will be fixed for the surgery.

The procedure

You will be given general anaesthesia to make you unconscious or epidural, local or spinal anaesthesia so that you stay awake but feel no pain. After considering the patient’s health and medical history, the doctor will decide the type of anaesthesia to be given.

There will be a small cut on the underside of the scrotum. This makes it easy to get access to the tubes (vas deferens) that carry sperms and release them from the surrounding tissues.

The doctor examines the fluid inside the vas deferens after cutting it. The ends of the tubes are re-connected to create a passageway for the sperms if they are present in the fluid. The best sexologist in Kolkata may perform a vasoepididymostomy to remove scar tissues from the tubes, which block the normal sperm flow. The doctor closes the cuts with stitches after the procedure.


The doctors will apply an ice pack to the wound and help you wear a tight-fitting undergarment after the operation is over. The soreness of the operation area will go away with time. In a time period of seven to ten days, the stitches will normally dissolve. For the first couple of days after the surgery, you should not bath. Try also not to lift heavy things or do strenuous physical jobs. If you properly follow the advice of your doctor, you will have a speedy recovery.