Dr. Yaniv Larish specializes in micro-surgery to reverse vasectomies. Dr. Larish performs vasectomy reversal micro-surgery at Gramercy Surgery Center. This state of the art facility utilizes the most modern and advanced high quality surgical microscope, micro-instruments and the most highly trained nurses and support staff. Dr. Larish has helped many men successfully reverse their vasectomies.… Continue Reading

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What to Expect After a Vasectomy Reversal

After undergoing a vasectomy reversal procedure, you may experience some pain in your groin area for around one to three weeks. You may also experience swelling and/or bruising of the groin and scrotum, which usually subsides within one to two weeks. Here’s what else you can expect from the recovery process: Returning to Work: It’s… Continue Reading

Information about Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversal

Specifics of Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversal Vasovasostomy The vasovasostomy is the standard and most commonly performed vasectomy reversal surgery. The separated ends of the vas deferens are identified. A sample of the vas fluid is examined under a microscope and is considered to be of good quality if its’ consistency is clear and it contains healthy… Continue Reading

Choosing a Vasectomy Reversal Surgeon

Choosing the right surgeon to perform your vasectomy reversal procedure is an important task. Unlike most general urologists that only do a few vasectomy reversal procedures a year, Dr. Larish specializes in vasectomy reversals and performs the most in New York City, often, many per month. With the most experience, Dr. Larish enjoys a very… Continue Reading

Yaniv Larish, MD 4 East 76th Street New York, NY 10021 (646) 862-5500 Continue Reading

What is Vasectomy Reversal? Vasectomy surgery entails cutting the vas deferens to prevent sperm from entering the ejaculate in order to produce long term sterility. (click to enlarge) Vasectomy reversal micro-surgery entails reconnecting the two ends of the vas deferens utilizing a surgical microscope, micro-instruments and micro-sutures in order to allow the sperm to enter… Continue Reading