Can I still have Children without a Vasectomy Reversal?

Yes.  Although a vasectomy ensures that your partner doesn’t get pregnant, it doesn’t mean that you no longer produce sperm.  As a result you can still have children without having to reverse the surgery by having sperm removed from the testes and inserted into your partners eggs.  This does require IVF and is not as reliable as a successful vasectomy reversal.  This is usually used as a complete last resort when a vasectomy reversal has not been successful due to the time and cost of the procedure as well as the upheaval is causes both partners.  The most simple way to have children after having had a vasectomy would be to have a reversal. 

Read more in the Vasectomy Reversal Information Guide »