During female to male sex reassignment, the clitoris
is removed and the genitalia are reshaped to resemble a penis and scrotum.
Typically, the penis is constructed several months to a year after removing the
female genitalia. The simulation of an erection requires a pump device that is
inserted into the new penis and scrotum.
- Sex change
Treated with Female to Male Sex Reassignment:
Female to male sex reassignment may be performed in
cases of transsexualism and ambiguous sex.
Hormone treatment is a non-surgical alternative to
female to male sex reassignment. There are no comparable surgical alternatives
to the procedure.
with Female to Male Sex Reassignment:
Female to male sex reassignment is performed under
general anesthesia, which means that the patient is asleep and completely
unaware during the procedure.
Complications from Female to Male Sex Reassignment:
Possible risks following female to male sex
reassignment include infection, bleeding and a negative reaction to the
anesthesia. It is also possible to experience dissatisfaction with the
procedure results and to suffer from negative psychological impact.
after Female to Male Sex Reassignment:
The prognosis for a positive end result following
female to male sex reassignment is good.