What does the procedure involve?
If you have a vasovasostomy, your surgeon will make cuts into each side of your scrotum, usually in the same position as your vasectomy scars.
Any scar tissue will be removed from the vas deferens (the muscular tubes that transport sperm) and these tubes will be carefully pulled through the cuts, to check to whether there is any fluid in the tube connecting to the testicle. If the tube has fluid, your surgeon will rejoin each tube using dissolvable stitches. The tubes will then be placed back inside your scrotum and the cuts closed using dissolvable stitches.