If you are considering a vasectomy reversal there are many things to ask yourself first. One is why you had the vasectomy to begin with and what age were you when you had the vasectomy and what age are you now. The most important point to consider is what has happened since you had the vasectomy, what is different, what has changed?
Many men seek a vasectomy for a variety of reasons, some common ones are that his marital status has changed. He may has become a widow, has divorced, or he may have just gotten married when he had thought he was not the type to ever marry or to ever have children, and now much to his surprise, he got a little bit older, was not as married to his job or occupation as he once was, and now he has met a women who he wants to spend his life with and hopes to have a vasectomy reversal and have children. Bottom line is that he has grown up some, maybe he won a lottery or was given an inheritance, but for whatever reason he wants children now. He has changed his mind.
It is not a good idea to not give this careful consideration. Careful and professional consideration, such as counseling. What has changed in their life since they had a vasectomy, which has influenced his decision to have children? It is a time for self-reflection and to honestly self-evaluate this decision, because the decision should not be taken lightly, as fatherhood should be a number one priority.
To have a vasectomy in the first place is a decision a lot of people will consider responsible. Either way to make the decision that a person never wants to have children or never wants to have more children and then be so confident of that decision that they have a vasectomy performed, sounds like it would be a responsible, confident, career minded man. And it would also be a responsible, confident, career minded man making the decision to have vasectomy reversal.
It is a rare life that is not affected by unexpected changes that could cause a person to seek a vasectomy reversal, so a reversal just might be the right thing for you. Other reasons that may be less common are that you have lost a child, that your child has died and a new child won’t take its place, but it will fill a void and it will also feel good to have that new baby. For whatever reason if the decision to have a vasectomy reversal will make you feel good than it is probably the right decision for you.