Dr. Mark Hickman Says a Vasectomy Can Be Reversed with a High Success Rate

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Dr. Mark Hickman, MD, FACS, a microsurgeon in New Braunfels, TX, ensures patients that a vasectomy reversal surgery can be performed with a high success rate. He is a highly skilled microsurgeon who is on a mission to allow vasectomized men to become fathers again. He can assure his patients that the laparoscopic surgery procedure he employs has a high success rate since he has already performed thousands of successful vasectomy reversals during the course of this 26-year career, resulting to thousands of births and countless happy parents.

Dr. Mark Hickman says, “Vasectomy reversal is not just for my male patients seeking an addition to their family. Reversing a vasectomy is now being used to combat the onset of male depression following the original procedure. Patients have seen a return to their more virile days and a lifting of the ‘male fog.’ I will perform a microsurgical repair of the vas deferens with a powerful operating microscope and fine nylon suture (much finer than a human hair). The goal is to create direct and careful alignment of the lumen of the two ends of the vas and a watertight closure for a higher success rate.”

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Before joining the two ends of the vas, Dr. Hickman will take a sample of the fluid from the testicular end and examine this under a microscope to check for the presence of sperm. If there is no sperm, or even just sperm parts, this means there is an epididymal blowout, which implies that in addition to a vasovasostomy, Dr. Hickman will also have to do a vasoepididymostomy. Fortunately for the patient, there will be no additional cost.

With regards to the cost to reverse a vasectomy, Dr. Hickman is offering two all-inclusive options. The first option has a price of $3,300 and it includes the use of local anesthesia and an oral sedative. The second option has a price of $4,200 and it allows the patient to be under IV sedation, which is administered by a board-certified anesthesiologist.

For those who are from other places in Texas or from other states, Dr. Hickman is also inviting them to come to New Braunfels if they are interested in a vasectomy reversal. He wants to emphasize that New Braunfels is a tourist town and is endowed with many attractions, such as the two rivers running through the town: the Comal River and Guadalupe River. In addition, Dr. Hickman has arranged special accommodation deals with local hotels to enable his patients to receive a 50 percent discount on their hotel accommodations.

By coming to New Braunfels, out-of-town patients can hit two birds with one stone. They can undergo the procedure and they can also enjoy the various attractions that are available in New Braunfels and nearby places. With the presence of the two rivers, there are plenty of tubing, fishing, swimming, and rafting activities in the area. It also happens that Schlitterbahn, which is the largest water park in the country, is located in the middle of New Braunfels. This water park can provide a whole day of entertainment for kids of all ages.

Meanwhile, the quaint village of Gruene is close by. This town has a number of restaurants and over 20 shops that tourists can check out, including some good music and country dance music during the evenings. Also close by is the Natural Bridge Caverns, which is a living cavern that is only 10 miles away from the town of New Braunfels.

Founded in 1988, Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman offers his pioneering microsurgical and minimally invasive techniques for vasectomy reversal. He underwent residency training for general surgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. That was the time when he came to know about the microsurgery methods that were then being used in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Recognizing the many advantages that microsurgery can offer his patients, he decided to apply the microsurgery methods for his vasectomy reversal practice. He also designed a number of surgical instruments for the minimally invasive surgery process.

Those who are looking for experienced and dependable vasectomy reversal surgerons in New Braunfels and in Texas can visit the Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman website or contact them through the telephone or by email. They are open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, from Monday to Friday.

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