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(FAQ) How is MTF genital surgery done? | The Reed Centre | Miami

Dr. Reed, How is MTF genital surgery done?  Are there many options?   Olivia

Dear Olivia,
MTF genital surgery could imply a simple orchiectomy, but if we are talking about MTF vaginoplasty, a general comments can be made.  The procedure is normally done under general anesthesia after important  medical and psychological requirements are satisfied.  The essential differences relate to how the vagina is fashioned.  This could be a colonic vaginoplasty which involves allocating a segment of your lower colon or a freed scrotal graft or penile skin inversion with or without a scrotal graft extension, should a longer length be required.  Some doctors use penile skin to form the labia minora.  Please see our web-site form before and after photos of MTF vaginoplasty especially srsmiami.com/vaginoplasty figure #9 for how we do scrotal graft extension for more vaginal depth.  Hope you like what you see.

Please call Anne at the office for an affordable vaginoplasty price quote.

Harold M. Reed, M.D.
The Reed Centre for Transgender Surgery | Miami
1-305-865-2000

Example #8: Male to Female Transsexual Surgery - SRS result of Dr. Reed.

After feminizing vaginoplasty picture (performed by Dr. Reed)

What do your require for male to female orchiectomy

Dr. Reed,  Would like an orchiectomy. Have been living as a woman for 6 years, when I first started hormones. During this time I’ve been well accepted as a woman and use the ladies bathroom with no difficulties. What do I need to do? Do I need electrolysis?  Allison Dear Allison, If you are healthy…Continue Reading

What should my transgender therapist write in her letter

Dr, Reed, Rena again.  Is there any specific information that needs to be included in my letter of clearance for transgender vaginoplasty from the therapist? Dear Rena,  While the therapists included on the list understand the essentials here is further guidance… We are follow the guidelines of WPATH, World Professional Association for Transgender Health.  Please…Continue Reading