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    Long term success of vasectomy?
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    An_250501 posted:
    When a man has a vasectomy, and he is told that he has no sperm and he is 100% sterile, how likely is it that he is still 100% sterile 8 years later? What is the recommendation for him to have a periodic sperm analysis after a vasectomy?
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    lissmeanstrouble responded:
    Ive read that once you have 2 negative sperm analysis done after vasectomy you are sterile, and shouldnt have to be rechecked.

    My fiance has a vasectomy and were hoping it will work to reverse it. its been about 9 years for him...


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