A male to female sex change involvesremoving the penis testicles,creating the vagina - including a working clitoris - and making labia,the vaginal lips(file photo) A clitoris is formed through cutting the glans,the head of the penis,to a smaller size. It is then attached to the genitals with fine stitches.
What is involved in a male to female sex change?
For male to female sex change, the surgery involves removal of the penis, reshaping surrounding tissues and using skin grafts to construct a vagina. Other procedures like breast implants, buttock augmentation and facial feminization can be carried out as a part of the transitioning process.
How does gender reassignment work?
Here’s how gender reassignment works: Converting male anatomy to female anatomy requires removing the penis, reshaping genital tissue to appear more female and constructing a vagina. An incision is made into the scrotum, and the flap of skin is pulled back.
What are the differences between male and female sex reassignment surgery?
The male and female anatomy is vastly different, beyond simply sexual anatomy, such as size of pelvic bone, facial structure etc. Choosing the right doctor (s) who is capable of handling every aspect of the surgery is imperative for good results. Psychiatric care may be required for many years after the reassignment surgery.
What happens to your body when you have a sex change surgery?
During this surgical procedure, surgeons work to convert your penile and scrotal tissue into a vagina, clitoris, and labia. After this procedure, your genitals will appear feminine. You will be able to have sexual intercourse and reach orgasm.