Increasing numbers of men are coming to their urologists for vasectomy reversals. Approximately 5% of men will decide to have their vasectomy reversed. Some reasons for this include divorce/ remarriage and the desire to have more children. Vasectomy reversal can be successful even if many years have passed since the original vasectomy. Fortunately microsurgical advances are now resulting in improved pregnancy rates.
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Meet Dr. Sigman
Dr. Sigman is nationally recognized for his expertise in male infertility and sexual dysfunction. He is a member of the urology staff at both Rhode Island Hospital and Providence VA Medical Center as well as The Miriam Hospital, Women & Infants Hospital and Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island. Dr. Sigman is also the Co-Director of the Men's Health Clinic based out of the Miriam Hospital.
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Meet Dr. Hwang
Dr. Hwang completed her fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine as a fellow in Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. She is an active participant in teaching medical students and residents. Dr. Hwang is passionate about her research interests involving male infertility and sexual dysfunction and is actively involved with the residents as both a clinical and research mentor. Dr. Hwang is a member of the urology staff at Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital and the Providence VA Medical Center.
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