Dear Dr. Reed,
How does a metoidioplasty differ from a phalloplasty.
A metoidioplasty is an operation which results in a juvenile sized penis when the
clitoris which has enlarged secondary o t4stosterone taken usually intramuscularly
results in clitoral hypertrophy. This can be augmented by applying a compound similar
to testosterone to the clitoris. Typical lengths are usually about 2 +/- inches.
Testicular implants can be provided to enhance the masculine appearance, and a
urethral extension can be fashioned for a stand to void result.
Please see http://srsmiami.com/female-to-male-gender/ for more information and
Harold M. Reed , M.D.
The Reed Centre for Transgender Surgery