New Braunfels TX Affordable Vasectomy Reversal-Microsurgical Procedure Launched

New Braunfels, TX - Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman 830-660-0600 announces that its vasectomy reversal procedures have been further strengthened so that they are more affordable. Now for only $3,300, patients can finally achieve their dreams of becoming a parent.

According to the latest studies, around 20% of men regret their vasectomies. The procedure, which prevents the sperm from getting to the semen during ejaculation, is an effective way to prevent pregnancy. However, men who change their minds afterward may want to get a reversal but cannot afford the high cost. At Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman, they can now do so at more than half the price with its updated procedures.

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The strengthened treatment combines the latest research in microsurgeries with decades of experience. Dr. Hickman, who earned his medical degree at the tender age of 23, is considered one of the early pioneers of laparoscopic surgeries in the United States. His knowledge and expertise were used to serve in Operation Desert Storm aboard the hospital ship USNS Mercy.

He uses this skill to help men reverse their unwanted vasectomies. Through a minimally invasive telescopic surgery, Dr. Hickman performs a microsurgical repair of the vas deferens with a powerful microscope and fine nylon suture. Typically, the repair requires 10 to 15 stitches.

Because the stitches are made in the tiniest space possible, most men can safely recover at home. They should prevent any intimacy until the stitches have healed but afterward can attempt to conceive a child.

The updated services can be had at two all-inclusive affordable options. The microsurgical vasectomy reversal option at $3,300 includes local anesthesia and an oral sedative. However, patients can opt to be placed under IV sedation administered by a Board-Certified Anesthesiologist for only $4,200. Both options are inclusive with no hidden fees.

Out-of-town patients can be accommodated. Those living outside of Texas looking to reverse vasectomy are encouraged to call the office during working hours to clarify arrangements.

In compliance with the latest health guidelines, masks need to be worn during consultation.

Dr. Hickman writes, “Vasectomy reversal is now being used to combat the onset of male depression following the original procedure, many patients have seen a return to their more virile days and a lifting of the ‘male fog.'”

Interested parties can get more information by calling Dr. Mark Hickman’s office at 830-660-0600.

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