What you are saying above is interesting, and everyone should be aware of it as well.
I know some variants of traditional de-nervation are not compatible with reversal. Some variants of traditional de-nervation do not preserve the vas deferens.
This preservation of the vas was actually a key selling point, and/or a key benefit of neurolysis. A reversal could be done before, or afterwards.
Given everything posted prior to this, I think it’s fair to say neurolysis isn’t quite as destructive as other variants of de-nervation, but this isn’t to be confused with it’s safer (show me the data).
I know one thing for sure, if the success rates of any version of this are hovering around 85%, I certainly haven’t seen it in these forums.
85~% translates into we should be seeing 8 out of 10 men having a success story with these procedures. If we bump it back to 70%, we should be seeing 7 out of 10 men reporting success.
Call me a pessimist, idk. I certainly don’t see these numbers here, and didn’t see them in the site before this one.