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

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

Vasectomy Reversal Procedure

What is Vasectomy Reversal? In general, a vasectomy is performed when a man decides that he no longer wants to be able to have children. However, people and circumstances change over time, and there are several factors which may affect your decision and cause you to have a change of heart in the future. If… Continue Reading

Can You Get Pregnant After a Vasectomy Reversal?

During a vasectomy, a surgeon will disconnect the tubes (vans deferens) that carry the sperm from the testes to the semen. The procedure usually involves a few small surgical incisions and can also be performed using a laser. Usually, it takes around two months to determine whether a vasectomy procedure has been successful. But, what… Continue Reading

Who Can Get a Vasectomy Reversal?

A vasectomy is a form of male sterilization that prevents sperm from the testes from reaching the semen which is ejaculated. To do this, a surgical procedure is performed to cut or block the tubes (vans deferens) that carry the sperm from the testes to the penis. Usually, a vasectomy is considered a permanent procedure,… Continue Reading

Multiple Attempts at Vasectomy Reversal

If you have had a vasectomy and have changed your mind about having children, the good news is that 95% of men who have had this procedure are eligible for a successful reversal. However, in some cases, a vasectomy reversal may not always be successful the first time around, for various reasons. It could be… Continue Reading

Success Rate of Vasectomy Reversal

So, you’ve changed your mind about becoming a dad – but the problem is, you have had a vasectomy. The good news is that a vasectomy reversal procedure can be carried out to get things back to how they were. A common question that many guys ask about vasectomy reversal is what the success rate… Continue Reading

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

What Is Vasectomy Reversal?

Are you thinking about having a vasectomy reversal? Many men who made the decision to have a vasectomy but now want to have children see this procedure as a potential benefit. In many cases, it can be very successful and gives you the ability to help conceive a child in the natural way. However, it… Continue Reading

Vasectomy Reversal

For many men, decisions previously made can be undone. If you’ve had a vasectomy, you may wish to reverse it. The goal of this procedure is to reverse what occurred during the vasectomy, a surgery in which semen is unable to be ejaculated from the penis. That procedure does not change a man’s ability to… 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