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Male To Female Transformation Surgery
Not necessarily: Certainly, male to female is technically easier. However, all sex change patients need to go through a rigorous preoperative physical and psychiatric evaluation by a team of surgeons, psychiatrists, psychologists, etc. Before being considered for this major surgery. Once they have completed this procedure, the results are generally quite good in either direction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Techniques vary: The urethra is dissected out of the penis and relocated. The glans penis becomes the clitoris to allow for orgasmic response; scrotal tissue is used to construct the labia and a "neo-vagina" is created. There are several extraordinary us surgeons who do this surgery routinely - and the results are astonishingly good! facial feminization surgery is a subspecialty of plastic surgery. Google wpath. ...Read more
More info!: This is hard to say, without knowing what you are doing to change it. Ask again, and list all your meds and when you started them. ...Read more
Anabolic steroids: I'm going to assume that your question means you're taking anabolic steroids. You wouldn't have to worry about blocking estrogen if you weren't. Why complicate your life even further by adding in another illicit drug? You have already put yourself at risk and probably shortened your life. Isn't it time to stop? ...Read more
F to M surgery: After starting testosterone, most ftm individuals experience deepening of the voice, increased hair growth, clitoral enlargement. "top" surgery (breast reduction) is the most common surgery done - and results are excellent. Genital surgery is now possible. A penis can be constructed using grafted skin, the labia can house a testicular implant and a pump for the penile implant to enable erections. ...Read more
There is no separate: Cancer predominance gene attached to being male or female. Each cancer is unique, and may be more common in men or women depending on the cancer. For instance, men can get breast cancer but it is much more common in women. However lung cancer is slightly more common in men than women. This may have to do with men smoking longer than women than genetics however. ...Read more
Prosthesis: Most commonly, f to m gender reassignment surgery is performed using a flap of tissue (often radial forearm free flap) to build a penis. But this does not become erect without some help. A penile prosthesis (inflatable or malleable) can be surgically implanted inside the newly constructed penis, so it can be a functional erection. ...Read more
Might it happen that a male to female transgender breast feed after two yrs of hormone treatment?
Very unlikely: As you also need the underlying breast tissue to produce milk. ...Read more
Yes Drs. can: Surgery is very complex & can be performed by a number of different techniques. Probably most successful is graft from the forearm. Other techniques include graft formed of chest or leg, or flaps from abdominal wall. Skin flaps remain attached to their original blood supply as first of 2-stage procedure & separated from original "donor" site as 2nd. stage. ...Read more
Need more history: The most common reason for a pacemaker is a heartbeat that slows to an unhealthy rate. A pacemaker resets the heart rate to an appropriate pace, ensuring adequate blood and oxygen are delivered to the brain and other parts of the body. It's not uncommon for both diabetics and women in their 50's and 60's to require pacemakers. In fact, they may have many years of benefit from a pacemaker ahead. ...Read more
Great: I think it can be great for guys with excessive hair. The nice thing about laser removal is that you can have the number of treatments that leave you with the amount of hair that you want to remain. Many men do not want to remove all the hair just cut it down significantly. Of course, if they want it all gone this can be done too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?Cause: It depends on the cause of CEA rise. This requires further testing but it all depends on the level/value of the CEA. if you tell us the actual report/values over time, we can guide you better. Does the patient have any recent diagnosis of cancer? We need complete details of the medical history before we can figure out what to do next.. ...Read more
15 yrs old athlete male 185cm - 17 yrs bone age. About to have ACL reconstruction surjery. Is there a risk of asymmetric growth after to surjery ?
Iam 29 age male sir.My breast tip(niple) project in female breast model any medicines available in this problem without operations sir?
Gynecomastia: What you are describing is called gynecomastia and it might be caused by various reasons: obesity, hormonal imbalances, liver problems, medications. You would need to be seen by your doctor and tested specifically for potential problems. The treatment depends on what is causing this symptom. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If a transgender (female to male) had surgery to remove the breasts and lymph nodes, would this reduce the risk of breast cancer?
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