Female to Male reassignment surgery
A female to male sex reassignment surgery involves a couple of procedures for transgender males to transform the female anatomical features so as to obtain physical traits with more masculine identity and functionality.
A good number of trans men have undergone numerous procedures such as genital reassignment surgery, bilateral mastectomy (breast removal), and chest contouring (to achieve a more characteristically male trunk silhouette), and hysterectomy (removing internal sex organs).
Usually, a hormone treatment with testosterone comes before the sex reassignment procedure takes place.
A genital reconstructive procedure (GRT) can enlarge the clitoris using androgenic hormones in a process called metoidioplasty or make use of extra tissue grafts obtained from body parts such as the arm, tummy or thigh along with an erectile prosthetic in a procedure called phalloplasty.
Whichever the option, it’s still possible to reroute via the phallus to pave the way for urination using the freshly created penis. Then a scrotum is formed by uniting labia majora to provide an opening that can be used to insert prosthetic testicles. Most men prefer the latter. If they opt to go for the earlier procedure, most of them usually go for the phalloplasty procedure later on. Our clinic only avails the Metoidioplasty services