Mr. Elier Cardona, Kuwait
Vasectomy Reversal Surgery in India
Mr. Elier Cardona, Kuwait Vasectomy Reversal Surgery in India
Male Vasectomy Reversal surgery in India – Procedure to retain fertility in men
Mr. Elier Cardona from Kuwait visited India for his Male Vasectomy Reversal surgery in India. Male vasectomy reversal is a surgical procedure designed to restore the flow of sperm into the vas deferens. He is satisfied with the medical services and the treatment given to him in India by IndianMedguru Group. He is sharing his experience of getting his Vasectomy reversal surgery in India.
This is Elier Cardona from Kuwait contented with the service provided by Indian Medguru Group as I am fine now after my Male vasectomy reversal surgery in India. I couldn’t get the treatment done in Kuwait so I was looking for better option and my doctor suggested me to get Male vasectomy reversal in India as it’s the best medical tourism hub. So from internet I found out about IndianMedguru Group. I contacted the company through their website and the company assistants helped me in getting my Male vasectomy reversal in India. They managed to get doctors appointment, accommodation and other thing required during our stay in India for my Male vasectomy reversal. Booked my tickets and reached India for my Vasectomy reversal surgery within 1 week of contacting IndianMedguru Group for my surgery. From the moment I reached India, the treatment and hospitality that I received was terrific. I was picked up at the airport by an executive of Indian Medguru Group. He welcomed me and was very pleasant; I was then driven straight to the hospital where I met the doctor to discuss my Vasectomy reversal surgery in India. I realized that I am at the right place and got confident about the positive outcome, the meeting with the doctor too made me more positive.
A Male vasectomy reversal is a surgical procedure designed to restore the flow of sperm into the vas deferens. In order to achieve this, an incision is made on the underside of the scrotum, and the surgeon uses a microscope and tiny sutures to reconnect tiny and delicate tissues in the patient’s testes.Most vasectomy reversals are performed on an outpatient basis in a hospital or surgical center using either general or epidural anesthesia. There are 3 possible scenarios that may be encountered when examining the vasal fluid. The first and best scenario is that the vasal fluid contains whole sperm. The second possible finding is that the fluid is thin and copious and contains only sperm parts or no sperm. The third is that the fluid is thick, pasty and contains no sperm. This last scenario usually means that a “blow out” or rupture has occurred in the epididymis. Sperm leak out if the pressure in the tubule becomes greater than the resistance in the wall of the tubule, similar to the way a pipe breaks in the basement when the water pressure gets too high. The body tries to heal this tubule and a scar forms. This causes a second blockage in the epididymis, which needs to be bypassed to allow the sperm to get out into the vas. If this second blockage is present and is not recognized then the operation is doomed to failure.
After my Vasectomy reversal surgery in India doctor recommended some Dietary restrictions on salt, fluids, protein, and other substances to be followed just two days after the surgery to avoid any kind of infections. With these recommendations, I returned to Kuwait thanking the doctors, the hospital staff and last but not the least Indian Medguru Group executives for arranging my sucessfull MaleVasectomy reversal surgery in India. My medical consultant- Indian Medguru Group, deserves all applauds; indeed they proved to be true professionals while expediting my MaleVasectomy reversal surgery in India. They happen to be a known group in India in the business of Medical tourism, have a good network of doctors and hospitals, which cater the best of medical services. I am fortunate to get them for my MaleVasectomy reversal surgery in India. I thank them a lot, and my doctor who treated me in India, and would certainly recommend them and any medical treatment there in India.