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

Procedures Performed By Urologists

What procedures are performed by urologists? Urologists are specialized physicians and experts in diseases of the urinary tract and the male reproductive system. If a physician suspects that their patient needs treatment for conditions of the ureters, adrenal glands, urethra, bladder, and kidneys, they will refer to a urologist. (Source) Furthermore, urologists can treat disorders… Continue Reading

Are All Vasectomies Reversible?

A vasectomy is a form of contraception that causes permanent sterilization in a man. It is among the many contraceptive measures that people take for birth control. Urologists execute this type of surgery. The name “vasectomy” is a derivative from the name of the internal organ of a male reproductive system called “vas deferens.” This… Continue Reading

 Should You Get A Vasectomy?

What Is a Vasectomy? A vasectomy is a surgical procedure that permanently makes a man unable to reproduce. You can call it a permanent form of contraception – a form of birth control that is responsible for male sterilization. Other methods of birth control or contraception include condoms or birth control pills. How Is It… Continue Reading

Male Vasectomies

What are male vasectomies? Vasectomy is a type of birth control that prevents sperm from reaching the semen and consequently, causing an unwanted pregnancy during ejaculation. During this process, a surgeon will block or cut the vas deferens, a duct carrying sperms to the urethra from the testicles. Men can opt for vasectomy reversal with… Continue Reading

Can Urologists Perform Vasectomy Reversals?

Do Urologists perform vasectomy reversals? If men change their minds about a vasectomy after opting for the procedure, surgeons recommend vasectomy reversal. In this procedure, a surgeon reconnects all the tubes (vas deferens). These tubes are responsible for carrying sperm into the semen from testicles. Once a professional successfully performs the procedure, semen will start… Continue Reading

What Is a Microsurgeon?

What Is a Microsurgeon? A microsurgeon performs microsurgery procedures on the body through a microscopic technology. It allows microsurgeons to view and operate on nerves, small blood vessels, or tubes. Microsurgery can be performed on different parts of the body that have sensitive structures. Moreover, a microsurgeon uses a high-powered magnification system for the procedure.… Continue Reading

Vasectomy Reversal Procedure

During a vasectomy surgery, the surgeons block a tube, namely vas deferens. They do this to stop the sperm from flowing into the patient’s semen. Because of this, patients are able to avoid pregnancy, which is the main reason why patients opt for this surgery. Do you happen to be someone who underwent a vasectomy?… Continue Reading

Vasectomy & Vasectomy Reversal Procedures

Do you need a Vasectomy or Vasectomy Reversal Procedure? Vasectomy is a small surgery procedure to prevent the sperm from reaching the semen. The semen will  still exist but carries no sperm content. On the other hand, a vasectomy reversal surgery is a process that reverses the vasectomy. Keep reading to learn more about Vasectomy… Continue Reading

Change of Heart? Vasectomy Reversals

Quite a lot of men decide to undergo a vasectomy surgery at some point in their lives. Most of them choose it because they do not wish to bear a child. However, later on in their lives, they have a change of heart. Because of this change, they wonder if there a procedure could undo… Continue Reading

Male Tubal Reversal: Is It Worth it?

Is male tubal reversal, also known as vasectomy reversal surgery worth it? Men, who have had a vasectomy surgery, might want to reverse it for several reasons. For instance, your innate desire to have more children is one of the primal reasons behind it. However, when you have a change of heart, you do not… Continue Reading

Undo Vasectomy – What Are My Options?

What are the options to undo a vasectomy? In the beginning, vasectomy may seem permanent, but undoing vasectomies is a proven and popular procedure among men. In fact, more than 15% of men ultimately change their mind about having a child and want vasectomy reversal. Vasectomy reversal is a surgical process in which vas deferens… Continue Reading

Age Risks with Vasectomy Reversal

What are the age risks with a vasectomy reversal? In this day and age, several men often leap on to a “rushed” judgment and get a vasectomy, which is a method to avoid unwarranted births permanently. In fact, it’s one of the most common procedures that urologists perform. With time, different experiences shape men in… Continue Reading

What Is a Vasectomy Reversal

What is a vasectomy reversal? One of the most common urological procedures in America is Vasectomy. Many men who are under the age of 45 opt to undergo this procedure for a variety of reasons. Several studies suggest that about 18 percent of men living in America undergo a vasectomy. For those who do not… Continue Reading

What Are the Success Rates with Male Tubal Reversal

What are the success rates with male tubal reversal? Also known as vasectomy reversal, tubal reversal is a procedure that is becoming more common by the day. Men often decide to get a vasectomy at some point in their lives. However, there are certain situations and circumstances that lead these men to rethink their decision.… Continue Reading

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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