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VASECTOMY REVERSAL
SINGLE MINI-INCISION VASECTOMY REVERSAL

Single Mini-incision Vasectomy Reversal

Our specialty center is located in Raleigh, North Carolina and we are devoted to providing microsurgical sterilization reversal.

Dr. Monteith is a fertility surgeon whose background is in Obstetrics and Gynecology. After several years of practice in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Monteith sought additional training in microsurgical reversal of female sterilization. He then dedicated his career to helping couples naturally conceive after tubal ligation. Dr. Monteith also sought additional training in mini-incision microsurgical vasectomy reversal. Men who have vasectomy or vasectomy reversal with Dr. Monteith can be assured they are receiving competent care from a surgeon with extensive experience in restoring natural fertility through corrective microsurgery.

Benefits of Reversing Vasectomy With Dr. Monteith

By having your vasectomy reversed with Dr. Monteith of A Personal Choice, you will have your vasectomy reversed in a center with an international reputation for sterilization reversal and where sterilization reversal is the major focus.

Our facility is accredited by Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care. Your surgical procedure will be performed in a dedicated operating room located within our specialty center. For more information: Our surgical facility

You will be cared for by nursing and anesthesia staff dedicated to your personal safety and the success of your procedure.

Your vasectomy reversal will be performed under general anesthesia provided by dedicated anesthesia staff: Vasectomy reversal under general anesthesia

You will have a single, midline mini-incision, your reversal will be performed at an affordable cost, and you will have general anesthesia for your maximal comfort.

The most important benefit of reversing a vasectomy is the restoration of natural fertility, which allows couples an alternative treatment to in-vitro fertilization (IVF).

How Is Vasectomy Reversed By Dr. Monteith?

Many of our reversal patients travel from outside of the state of North Carolina. Patients considering vasectomy reversal can obtain information about vasectomy reversal from our website and are also encouraged to call to have their questions answered by our knowledgeable nursing staff. Patients can schedule surgery over the phone with a member of our nursing staff, have a pre-operative appointment with Dr. Monteith the first day of their visit and vasectomy reversal surgery the second day.

Dr. Monteith performs minimally invasive vasectomy reversal. This vasectomy reversal procedures adopts techniques used during No scalpel vasectomy and applies these techniques towards No scalpel vasectomy reversal. For more insight: No scalpel vasectomy reversal

Patients having vasectomy reversed will receive general anesthesia under the care of an experienced anesthesia provider. Vasectomy is reversed during a 2 to 3 hour surgery through a single, small incision in the center of the scrotum. The vasectomy reversal procedure is performed by Dr. Monteith using eye loupe magnification with 9-0 microscopic sutures.

To view detailed photos and a description of No scalpel vasectomy reversal:
Minimally invasive vasectomy reversal

Patients have their follow-up visit the day after their surgery and are then free to return home. Patients can return to work in 3 to 5 days and resume sexual activity after 2 weeks.

A confirmatory semen sample is recommended 3 months after vasectomy reversal and most patients should achieve pregnancy within 12 to 18 months of vasectomy reversal.

Success of reversing vasectomy

The success of vasectomy reversal is mostly determined by the length of time since having the vasectomy procedure. Although vasectomy reversal success rates can be as high as 97% for men who have reversal within the first several years of having a vasectomy, the average success of vasectomy reversal is approximately 85% among all reversal procedures.

About Dr. Monteith and Vasectomy Reversal

Dr. Monteith is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Obstetricians and Gynecologists are physicians who, by virtue of satisfactory completion of an accredited program of graduate medical education, possess special knowledge, skills and professional capability in the medical and surgical care of women related to pregnancy and disorders of the female reproductive system. Dr. Monteith is not a board certified urologist.

Dr. Monteith completed a formal one week microsurgical training course at the Cleveland Clinic. He has been performing female sterilization reversal since 2008.

Dr. Monteith sought additional training in vasectomy and vasectomy reversal through one-on-one professional mentorships. Dr. Monteith has performed minimally invasive vasectomy since 2007 and began offering minimally invasive vasectomy reversal in 2014.

Dr. Monteith performs minimally invasive vasectomy reversal in his in-office operating room under general anesthesia. He performs vasovasostomy (end to end connections) vasectomy reversal but does not perform vasoepididymostomy (vas deferens to epididymis) by-pass procedures. The majority of reversals can be successfully performed as vasovasostomy procedures.

It is difficult to predict preoperatively who will require a vasoepididymostomy procedure.
Men who have had vasectomy greater than 10 years are more at risk for requiring vasoepididymostomy and should consider having reversal with a Urologist who is fellowship trained in performing vasoepididymostomy procedures.

Dr. Monteith offers office consultations for patients who are considering vasectomy reversal at A Personal Choice.

54 thoughts on “Vasectomy Reversal”

  1. Robert says:

    I laproscopically had a hernia repair, and during the surgery they cut the vas deferins in the abdomen as opposed to in the scrotum. Would you be able to reverse that procedure?

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Robert
      We would not be able to help you. You will need to see a male fertility specialist for either robotic vasectomy reversal or IVF with testicular needle sperm aspiration.

  2. John says:

    It has been 15 years since my procedure was done , can it still be reversed?

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      John
      It can be reversed but after 15 years the chance of success is about 50% to 60%. The testicle loses about 3% function in sperm production each year after vasectomy. Call us at (919)977-5050 if you want to schedule. We perform surgery under general anesthesia for you comfort, make a single small no scalpel opening and we charge $6,500 total plus $125 to schedule.

  3. Lauren says:

    Hello,
    My husband and i are considering a vacectomy reversal and are trying to figure out where to go andhow much we are going to have to pay. I have recently talked to another doctor who charges 6800 but is n south carolina and we live in winston salem nc. He told me that if we wanted the surgery that we should wait till we can afford to come to him cause other doctors dont do both testicals and they charge more. That is why i am talking to you. You are much closer to us and your price is a little less then his. I would like to know though if you do reverse both testicals, ad also wanted to know that you said you do it under geneal anesthesia. Does that mean he would be going completely out ?? His body does not do well when he has to be put under that kind of anesthesia do you offer another option for anesthesia? Would love to hear back from you soon thank you so much and i hope you have a Blessed Holiday season.

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      Lauren
      We perform vasectomy reversal under general anesthesia. This is for the comfort of the patient. A vasectomy reversal can take 2 to 3 hours and it is a lot to ask someone to lay on their back for that long. Most of our patients do well with the type of anesthesia we provide. We charge a total of $6,400 plus $125 to schedule.

      We do reverse both sides during a vasectomy procedure. The chance of vasectomy reversal success is highest if you have the reversal within 5 to 8 years of the vasectomy. Give is a call at (919)977-5050 if you have any questions.

  4. RONNIE says:

    Schedule me in email me a date back

    1. Dr. Monteith says:

      You will have to call the office (919)977-5050.

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