A 43-year-old man had a vasectomy 10 years prior, and unsuccessful vasovasostomy two years prior. No sperm were present at 6 and 7 months postoperative. The patient had no clinical evidence of primary testicular failure (hair loss, weight gain, low libido) and normal levels of testosterone, FSH and LH. The patient was taken to the operating room for reanastomosis. The area of the previous vasoepididymostomy was palpated under the scar from the old incision.