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Do you have any post-op vagina pictures and clitoroplasty pictures, need revision

Dr. Reed, Had a  vaginoplasty 6 months ago and feel the result could have been better.  There is no continuity on my vulva with my vaginal opening.  That’s an independent spot and is not wide enough to permit penetration.  The clitoris I am told is covered with raw granulation tissue.  There is no evidence of a well formed clitoral body or clitoral hood.  My urinary stream goes occasionally to the left, the right and upwards.  Celeste

Dear Celeste,

Sorry to learn of your present status.  Sounds like some of the essentials of male to female transgender surgery were not applied in your case.  Given that you are now 6 months out for your initial surgery, it would be appropriate to visit our office and get a preliminary consultation.  We hope the incision lines are now soft.  We will check for sensation, vaginal depth and overall female anatomy resemblance.  Are you experiencing any swelling of the urethra during arousal.

The last 2 words you want to hear in an intimate situation is “what’s that?”

Cordially,

 

Harold M. Reed, M.D.
The Reed Centre for Transgender Surgery | Dr. Harold Reed | Miami

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Male to female vaginoplasty after picture (patient of Dr. Reed) Note confluennce
of the vulvar plate, clitoris at the top, vagina at the bottom, presence of clitoris and labia.

 

Example #1: Male to Female Transsexual Surgery

Male to female vaginoplasty after picture (patient of Dr. Reed)

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Male to female vaginoplasty after picture (patient of Dr. Reed)

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Male to female vaginoplasty after picture (patient of Dr. Reed)

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