Dr Gabrielle Dezanaulds

Vasectomy Reversal Cost

Out of Pocket Expense

If you are an Australian citizen and have health insurance the approximate final out of pocket cost of vasectomy reversal is as low as $4,400.

If you do not have health insurance the final out of pocket cost is as low as $8,200.

These amounts are our best estimates for operations in 2023 and include the surgical, anaesthesia and day surgery or hospital fees (that is include total cost).

A booking payment is due 4 weeks prior to surgery.

Anaesthetic Fees

Anaesthetic fees are included in the fee estimate above.  

    Obligation and Cost-Free Telephone Consultation

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    Highly qualified

    • Honours Degree in Medicine and Surgery (USyd)
    • Masters Degree in Reproductive Health and Human Genetics (USyd)
    • Certified sub-specialist in fertility microsurgery

    Personal Specialist Care

    • Qualified Specialist
    • Your procedure is performed by Dr Dezarnaulds from start to finish

    Preparation

    Consideration of options including vasectomy reversal and IVF will be discussed with Dr Dezarnaulds at your pre-operative consult.

    +90% Success Rate

    The microsurgical sutures are finer than a human hair.

    Recovery

    Patients choosing day stay are discharged three hours after surgery.

    Risks

    Complications are rare.

    Costs

    Out of Pocket Cost as low as $4,400

    Preparation

    Consideration of options including vasectomy reversal and IVF will be discussed with Dr Dezarnaulds at your pre-operative consult.

    +90% Success Rate

    The microsurgical sutures are finer than a human hair.

    Recovery

    Patients choosing day stay are discharged three hours after surgery.

    Risks

    Complications are rare.

    Costs

    Out of Pocket Cost as low as $4,400

    Vasectomy Reversal Cost Australia - FAQs

    Does a vasectomy reversal procedure cost less than IVF?

    When considering restoring fertility, a vasectomy reversal can be more economical and effective over time than IVF. Rather than just one cycle of trying to conceive (as with IVF) vasectomy reversal aims to give you a chance of pregnancy every ovulation (and potentially for more children later). 

    Dr Dezarnaulds’ medical specialisation is fertility treatment. She is both an IVF specialist and a subspecialist microsurgeon who performs vasectomy reversals. She will guide you according to your circumstance and explain options in details.

    Is a vasectomy reversal worth it?

    Microsurgical vasectomy reversal has a high success rate. If you had your vasectomy less than 5 years ago vasectomy reversal has a 90% chance of restoring sperm in your ejaculate. This drops over time but is still 70% if your vasectomy was more than 15 years ago.