The success rate of reversal vasectomy depends on various factors, including the skill of the surgeon performing the procedure, the length of time since the vasectomy was performed, and the amount of scarring or damage in the vas deferens.
On average, the success rate of vasectomy reversal is around 50-70%, meaning that about half to three-quarters of men who undergo the procedure will be able to father children naturally. However, success rates can vary widely depending on individual circumstances. For example, men who have a shorter time interval between their vasectomy and reversal, and those who had a skilled and experienced surgeon, tend to have higher success rates.
It’s important to note that vasectomy reversal is not always successful, and there is a chance that a couple may not be able to conceive naturally even after the procedure. In some cases, alternative options such as sperm retrieval or in vitro fertilization (IVF) may be necessary to achieve pregnancy.