Author Topic: Surgical options? MtNB  (Read 1275 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline felixtemin

  • Newbie
  • **
  • Posts: 22
  • Reputation: +1/-0
Surgical options? MtNB
« on: March 08, 2017, 12:52:32 pm »
So I am non binary and intersex(complex mosaic, xy/xxy/xx/xxxy)
Last year my hormones went crazy, I grew breasts, in three weeks I had a b cup.
Then I  had a radical bilateral Orchiectomy for suspected neoplasms.

And I am transitioning  to the middle, hrt estrogen heavy, and at the moment a small amount of testosterone.

My question is this, what are the surgical options if I want to keep my penis

I have spoken to my urologist and transition team, who are asking me for specifics.
If I could have both I would.
But was thinking of having scrotoplasty, with a perineal urethostomy.
Has anyone heard of surgery involving the creation of a neo vagina, or just neo labia. While keeping the penis (which at this point is a large clitoris



Offline Sluggy

  • Neighbor
  • ***
  • Posts: 74
  • Reputation: +1/-0
Re: Surgical options? MtNB
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2017, 06:22:50 pm »
So, I'm not gonna lie; The terminology is all pretty confusing to me here. But I have heard of someone doing something similar before. I don't know the specifics; something about using part of their anus? I saw pictures of the post-op though. I really can't say I remember anything about who they were or what they had done though.

There was also this one escort I believe who was possibly intersex, or at least referred to their self as a "hermaphrodite," and they had had some form of surgical procedure to have both a penis and vagina, though I can't recall which one was surgical. If it helps, they were heavily tattooed.

Hope this helps at least finding more info.

Online Dena

  • (S) Global Moderator
  • *
  • *
  • *
  • Posts: 16,101
  • Reputation: +119/-0
  • Gender: Female
Re: Surgical options? MtNB
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2017, 06:45:44 pm »
It depends on if you intend to use the penis for penetrative sex. If not, the current MTF surgery will maintain all the sensitivity though will reduce the size to make a clitoris. From what I understand, some of the surgeons will leave most of the glans while others will reduce it to more of a feminine size.

A second consideration is without the tissue from the penis, it will be difficult to create all the other structures and the vagina so it will be difficult to find a surgeon who is used to working with a large quantity of graft tissue.
Rebirth Date 1982 - PMs are welcome - Use or Discord if your unable to PM - Skype is available - My Transition
If you are helped by this site, consider leaving a tip in the jar at the bottom of the page or become a subscriber

Offline felixtemin

  • Newbie
  • **
  • Posts: 22
  • Reputation: +1/-0
Re: Surgical options? MtNB
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2017, 08:07:06 pm »
Thank you for the replies.
I have been investigating the different neovagina construction methods
Where as the inverted penis method seems most popular,
there are others that do not use penile tissue,
Scrotal graft only, sigmoid colon etc...
I talk to my transition team manager next month, we will see if the surgeons are willing to do anything other than binary inverted penile tissue SRS.

Offline ~Delta

  • *
  • Posts: 10
  • Reputation: +1/-0
Re: Surgical options? MtNB
« Reply #4 on: June 22, 2017, 11:24:50 pm »
Bit of thread necromancy here, but...

Would you be willing to share what you learned from your transition manager?  I'm AMAB NB looking for surgical options that leave me with a penis and vagina as well.  I hope you manage to see this post; it's really hard to find others who want the same, and the only info out there is anecdotal.  Maybe we can share some info?  :)

I also have a meeting with one of my docs in a month, who has told me that this should be possible, though I don't have any details yet.  I'm especially worried about finding a surgeon willing to perform the surgery though; I know others have made inquiries in the past only to be turned down flat by the surgeon.