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Our Army Experience with Vasectomy Reversal Program at Womack

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My husband got a Vasectomy in 2003 during his previous marriage.  After a few years of marriage we decided we wanted children.  Here's how the Vasectomy Reversal program works from our own wonderful experience. 

 IT IS FREE!  You have to get on a waitlist.  To get on the waitlist he went to his medical provider and get a referral to Urology.  He was then placed on a waitlist.  My husband had to wait 1 year. The waitlist may vary. 

Dr. Quinones successfully completed my husband's Vasectomy Reversal October 2011. Dr. Quinones  has been a Urologist for over 20 Years!  He knows how to do VE/VEs.  He does like 2 or more of these a week.  Just depends on his schedule and what other surgeries he has.

To ensure military doctors stay current for VR's they have to do so many.  It isn't practice.  It's what any other doctor does that wants to stay current in their field.  

On our Insurance it was marked as Infertility because I have never had any kids.  He has 2 from a previous marriage. This was one of the requirements to get on the list.   I've heard some say it didn't matter if they had kids already.   I recommend contacting them to clarify*.

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that if you are Active Duty Military and can come to FT. BRAGG do it!  They are nothing but FANTABULOUS!  They've always been prompt and courtesy with any questions.  Our SA Results took less than 24 hours to get.

Thanks Dr. Quinones and the Urology staff at Womack!  

I wanted there to be a firsthand account somewhere on this site to reassure Active Duty Army that they do have some great doctors out there that are EXPERIENCED at VRs and VEs.

*Please remember this is our experience.  Program availability/eligibility is subject to change.  Please do not contact the Urology Department at Womack quoting our story.  They have the most up-to-date information. 

Blogging about TTC, whether by AWC or a guest blogger, is to document personal experiences. We are not doctors. This is not medical advice. We encourage you to seek professional medical assistance regarding your individual journey.
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