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Yes, absolutely. The main exceptions are when other causes of male fertility or abnormal sperm quality have occurred in the interim, such as starting testosterone therapy after the vasectomy which is known to deteriorate sperm production. Sperm extraction after vasectomy is successful approximately 99% of the time. For many men with a vasectomy who are trying to achieve pregnancy again, the decision comes down to extracting sperm and proceeding with IVF for the female partner or a vasectomy reversal. At Atlantic, we uniquely offer a sperm retrieval for banking as a part of a vasectomy reversal without any additional cost. By removing the cost barrier for sperm banking at the time of the reversal, it becomes an excellent backup option for the small fraction of men who will undergo a reversal unsuccessfully, in which case another surgery and recovery would typically be required in that instance.