Metoidioplasty (otherwise known as clitoral release surgery) is performed when a patient doesn’t want a complete phalloplasty. Leading up to the procedure, testosterone hormone replacement therapy gradually enlarges the clitoris. The clitoris is then relocated upwards to create a micropenis. The procedure might also involve creating a scrotum using tissue from the labia majora or minora and inserting testicular implants. In many cases, the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries can be removed at the time as metoidioplasty.
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My friend from the UK had sex reassignment surgery at Olmec Health Center. She used to be male, now she is female. I told her my problem since my surgery a year earlier (I am not happy with how my reformed male from female genitalia look). I also had an ulcer that would not heal. I emailed Dr.... READ MORE