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How long do I have to be on female hormones to have a MTF vaginoplasty?

Dr. Reed,  I have been a transgender woman for 7 years and my therapist says I may need to be on female hormones for a year before I can have sex change vaginoplasty.  Thus far I have not taken hormones because I pass very well, and to be perfectly honest they’re costly.   Lolita

Dear Lolita,

We do not specify a patient be on female hormones or testosterone blockers such as spironolactone before considering her to be qualified for transgender vaginoplasty.  Some TG women like yourself are very effeminate in there appearance.  More important is that you realize the surgery is irreversible, that you are emotionally stable, that your therapist considers feminizing vaginoplasty “medically necessary”, and that you have been living 24/7 as a woman for at last a year. Sounds like you’re passing with flying colors.

Please look our web-site srsMiami.com, for before and after photos of male to female sex change surgery.  Hope you like what you see.
Cordially,

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

After picture of transgender vaginoplasty (patient of Dr. Reed)

 

Top surgery, male chest

    Dr. Reed, My son is transgendered and age 16.  Will you do top surgery or remove the breasts at his age before they get any bigger?  He is corresponding with a friend in Canada who you did a few months ago.  Marilyn from Vancouver, British Columbia  PS what preparation  is needed? Dear Marilyn, Seems as…Continue Reading

Orchiectomy with Scrotal Removal

Dr. Reed,  I am 65 and have lived as a woman for the past 10 years.  I am asexual and would just like to have an Orchiectomy and Scrotal Removal (a scrotectomy).  Does this require hospitalization, or can it be done as an outpatient Nelda Dear Nelda,  Thank you for your interest in Orchiectomy and…Continue Reading

Labiaplasty in Miami

Labiaplasty is a cosmetic procedure for natal women to reduce redundant floppy labia minora and at times a drooping clitoral hood, and in transgender patients to produce or refine labia already created. Most American women seem to prefer labia minora that are not excessively large because of protuberance and chaffing problems.  Labia minora normally have…Continue Reading