Dr. Mark Hickman Of Texas Offers All Inclusive Cost For Vasectomy Reversal

Dr. Mark Hickman Of Texas Offers All Inclusive Cost For Vasectomy Reversal

An all-inclusive vasectomy reversal surgery is available from Dr. Mark Hickman’s medical facility in New Braunfels, TX. Patients of Dr. Hickman travel from all around Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and the rest of the USA to undergo vasectomy reversals.

Two reasonable, all-inclusive options for vasectomy reversal are provided by Dr. Hickman. Local anesthetic and an oral sedative are part of the $3,300 microsurgical vasectomy reversal cost option. A Board-Certified Anesthesiologist administers the IV sedation required for the $4,200 treatment. Both microsurgical procedures have a high success rate, are all-inclusive, and have no additional costs. A little incision is created on either side of the scrotal skin during the microsurgical vasectomy reversal procedure carried out under local anesthetic. The vas deferens’ two ends are located and separated from the surrounding scar tissue. The vas deferens is then repaired micro surgically using a Zeiss OPMI-MDM operating microscope and a 10-0 nylon suture, which is considerably finer than a human hair. 10-15 stitches are required for the repair. The two ends of the vasculature must be aligned precisely and directly, and the closure must be watertight.

A sample of the fluid from the testicular end of the vas deferens is taken after the aforementioned surgery, and it is examined under a microscope in a lab to see if sperm are present. The vas deferens fluid might contain sperm since the testicle still produces sperm after a vasectomy. When analyzing the fluid sample, there are three potential scenarios that might arise. In the first instance, entire sperm present in the fluid is considered the ideal situation. Second, the fluid may be quite thin and only contain incomplete sperm. Third, the fluid could be thick and pasty, with no sperm.

An obstruction causes the third situation, sometimes known as an epididymal blowout. There are two locations where a blockage might happen. The vasectomy site is the first, and a burst epididymal tube is the second. The third situation will need Dr. Hickman to do a vasovasostomy in addition to a vasoepididymostomy, which requires a microscopic invagination of the epididymal tube into the lumen of the vas deferens using a 10-0 nylon suture. If both repairs are necessary during a reversal, there will be no additional charge.

Dr. Hickman has earned a reputation for being one of the top minimally invasive surgeons in the region over the years. He has more than 26 years of expertise and has reversed over 1,300 vasectomy procedures, leading to so many pregnancies that he has given up counting. Additionally, he has corrected a number of other healthcare providers’ vasectomy reversals. He is committed to offering the vasectomy reversal procedure at a reasonable cost, and he wants to emphasize that men who have had vasectomies may benefit from having them reversed if they wish to avoid developing depression. For potential patients who wonder if the procedure can be reversed, Dr. Hickman reassures them that it is indeed possible. Learn more here: Can Vasectomy Be Reversed?

For the advantage of out-of-town patients, Dr. Hickman has also negotiated exceptional arrangements with neighborhood hotels. Patients traveling from other parts of Texas, as well as those from other states like Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana, can benefit from the clinic’s special travel arrangements with hotels in New Braunfels, where out-of-town patients can get a 50% discount on the price of their hotel accommodations. Patient care is of utmost importance at Dr. Hickman’s clinic, and the team will gladly answer any concerns or questions patients may have about the procedure, and aftercare.

Laparoscopic (minimally invasive telescopic) surgeries are Dr. Mark Hickman’s specialty. He has created a number of surgical tools, received a US patent, and been acknowledged as a contributor to numerous other significant minimally invasive innovations. In 1988, he opened a solo clinic in New Braunfels, Texas, shortly after which he helped pioneer laparoscopic surgery. He also gave his country’s service while aboard the USNS Mercy, a hospital ship, during Operation Desert Storm.

Those interested in learning more about reversing a vasectomy and Dr. Hickman, can visit the official website. The clinic can also be contacted via phone or email.

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For more information about Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman, contact the company here:

Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman
Dr. Mark Hickman
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Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman
598 N Union Ave #200
New Braunfels, TX 78130


Published Wed, 16 Nov 2022 09:52:19 -0600

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