Dr. Reed, I am 4 months post transgender vaginoplasty done elsewhere and am concerned because I am not orgasmic and have no erogenous area. The labia do not seem to be symmetrical. Do you have any post-op SRS photos? Evelyn
I can say with great confidence among our 2000 cases of transgender vaginoplasty or vaginoplasty revision, all except 2 patients are orgasmic. The exceptions were a diabetic out of control and an inveterate smoker. I am not sure about the surrounding details. Was there any tissue necrosis, hematoma (collection of blood under the skin), suture lines that did not close? Are you a diabetic or a smoker, were you orgasmic before surgery, also your height, weight, and age. Rarely it can take a another month or so for neuropraxia (injured nerves) to recover? If you are starting to derive any sensation at all in that area that seems reminiscent of sexual pleasuring, this is reassuring.
Correcting labial asymmetry or vaginoiplasty revision is fairly easy. Please look at male to female surgery pictures before and after on our web-site srsMiami.com for post-op SRS photos.
Harold M. Reed, M.D.
The Reed Centre for Transgender Vaginal Surgery
Post-op SRS photo (patient of Dr. Reed)
Post-op vaginoplasty orgasm is preserved by carefully lifting the dorsal penile neurovascular bundle
Post-op Transgender Genitalia (patient of Dr Reed) “all for a very good cause”