Dr. Mark Hickman Says Reversal Vasectomy Is Not Just for Those Seeking to Add to Their Family

Dr. Mark Hickman, MD, FACS, one of the expert vasectomy reversal surgerons in New Braunfels, TX, wants to point out that vasectomy reversal is not just for those who want to add to their family. Vasectomy reversal is also being used to fight the onset of male depression after vasectomy. While most men have felt satisfied with getting a vasectomy because of the absence of worry about unexpected pregnancies, some men may regret it after realizing they can no longer father a child. This may likely be possible for those men who were pressured into getting a vasectomy, which can harm their relationships that further add to their depression.

In some cases, men might feel that their masculinity has been reduced because they can’t have children anymore. This can result into a significant change in self-perception that causes confusion and emotional problems. In addition, men who were already suffering from mental health issues before the vasectomy may experience a worsening of their conditions. For men who are experiencing some kind of depression as a result of the vasectomy, Dr. Mark Hickman can perform his pioneering microsurgical method for reversing a vasectomy, enabling the patient to recover his ability to father a child.

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Dr. Mark Hickman is offering an affordable cost of vasectomy reversal in New Braunfels, Texas. He has two all-inclusive options for the microsurgical vasectomy reversal procedure. The first option costs $3,300 and includes the use of local anesthesia an an oral sedative. The second option costs $4,200 and is provided with the patient under IV sedation that is administered by a board certified anesthesiologist. Since both options are all-inclusive, patients don’t have to worry about any hidden costs or surprises when it comes time to pay the bill.

Dr. Mark Hickman’s patients don’t just come from New Braunfels. Some are from various parts of Texas and from other states, such as Oklahoma, Louisiana, and other parts of the United States. In fact, he is inviting men from other places to come to New Braunfels, which is actually a tourist town, which means men coming to town for the procedure can hit two birds with one stone. They can also enjoy the various sights and activities in New Braunfels and nearby areas. Many tourists come to town because of the two beautiful rivers crossing the town, which are the Gualadupe River and Comal River. This means a lot of fishing, swimming, rafting, and tubing. In addition, Schlitterbahn, which is the biggest water park in the US, can also be found in New Braunfels.

Dr. Mark Hickman’s procedure will involve looking for the two ends of the vas deferens and freeing them from the scar tissue. He will join the two ends together using a fine nylon suture to achieve a watertight closure. In addition, he will first get a sample fluid from the testicular end of the vas and check for the presence of sperm. If there is no sperm in the fluid, this indicates the presence of an obstruction, which is known as an epididymal blowout. He will need to perform a vasoepididymostomy in addition to the vasovasostomy to optimize the chances of success. But the patient need not worry about additional costs because the all-inclusive option means no further costs will be added.

Started in 1988 by Dr. Mark Hickman, the practice that is called Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman features Dr. Hickman’s pioneering methods for providing minimally invasive surgery. He finished his general surgery residency training at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, which was where he learned about the microsurgery methods that were then being used in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He quickly realized that microsurgery can offer a much better experience for his patients. He decided to focus on the use of microsurgery for his practice that provides vasectomy reversals. At present, he has already done thousands of successful vasectomy reversals, and he expects to continue pursuing his vasectomy reversal ministries to help more men recover their ability to father a child and to discourage those who are planning to undergo a vasectomy.

Those who are interested in the vasectomy reversal service offered can check out the Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman website or contact them on the phone or through email. They are open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, from Monday to Friday.


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598 N Union Ave #200
New Braunfels, TX 78130