Transgender orchiectomy

Dear Dr. Reed,

Will you perform an orchiectomy on a 72 year old patient in good health
who has finally decided after many years of grappling with my femininity
decided to take the first steep.


Good morning Jamie,

Yes.  Transgender orchiectomy one of our most frequently performed procedures and I think you’ll find our fees are among the most affordable in the US.  The reason being,
we own our surgical center.

You will need 2 letters of therapy clearance (one from a therapist with a doctoral degree) and a letter of medical clearance with reference to an EKG, as well as routine  blood tests, such as a CBC, platelet count, PT and PTT.

Please visit our web-site and especially
for more information and before and after photos.

Harold M. Reed, M.D. FICS
The Reed Centre – Miami
Transgender Surgeon


Senior Member of the American Urological Association
Member World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)
Member Society of Genito-Urinary Reconstructive Surgeons
Founding Member and Treasurer of American Academy of Phalloplasty Surgeons
Founding Member Sexual Society of North America
International Society for Sexual Medicine

One Response to Transgender orchiectomy

  1. So if a person born bilolgicaoly male, wants to identify as female, what criteria does this person use to determine they are really female? A fondness for dresses, skirts and lacy undergarments? A desire to have breasts? A desire to be desired by males? Strong discomfort passing gas in public or dislike of facial shaving? Certainly can’t be because a person considers themselves more emotional, intuitive, sensitive or love fashion and interior decorating because that would be sexist – the gender spectrum educational material is clear on what constitutes sexist and stating females are more emotional, intuitive etc., is right up there in the top ten sexist myths.It all boils down to the definition of, or what constitutes, female and male; yet one can not do that without the charge of being a sexist. Transgenders seem to indicate that distinctions exist, biological and otherwise, between males and females proving gender neutrality a myth.

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