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Can I get a vasectomy reversed if I change my mind?

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In some cases, it’s possible. That said, reversing a vasectomy isn’t easy and doesn’t always work. So, you shouldn’t get the procedure unless you're sure you won’t want to be able to get a woman pregnant in your future.

From: Vasectomy WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: “Male Sterilization.”

Beaumont Health System: “Vasectomy.”

American Cancer Society: “What are the risk factors for prostate cancer?”

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on August 9, 2019

SOURCES: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: “Male Sterilization.”

Beaumont Health System: “Vasectomy.”

American Cancer Society: “What are the risk factors for prostate cancer?”

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on August 9, 2019

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