Gender Reassignment MAF

 

 

GENDER REASSIGNMENT MAF

In the process of helping people who have experienced conflicts between their sexual perception and physical characteristics since birth, which in medical terms is known as Gender Dysphoria, the final step is Sex Reassignment Surgery this surgery will transform the organ sexual to agree with the desired state of mind so that the person can lead a happier and fuller life with his new chosen gender.

Laying the groundwork for a new way of life, it is necessary to prepare yourself by looking for information relevant to surgery before making a decision, sex reassignment surgery, which is considered the most important treatment of all.

It is very important to select the right surgeon, the one with enough experience and practice in sex reassignment surgeries who can then create a female sexual organ that looks beautiful and natural, with a deep vagina, proportionate to the physical condition, capable of perceiving best sexual sensations.

This will help the patient who has undergone surgery to connect their physical and mental state and be able to carry out a normal and happy life.

Qualifying characteristics for Sex Reassignment Surgery from male to female are:

  • The patient must be at least 18 years old. For those under 20, it is legal requirement to have permission for surgery from their parents or legal guardian.
  • The patient must have constantly consumed female hormones for at least one year.
  • The patient must have had feminine feelings for a long time or from their first memories.
  • The patient must have led his life as a woman for at least one year.
  • The patient should feel disgust for their own sexual organ as if it were an excessive part of their body.
  • The patient must have carried out a mental study, and been certified by a psychiatrist to maintain a normal and adequate mental state.

 

Plastic surgery performed to reallocate the patient's sex from male to female involves the use of skin, tissue and sensory nerves.

Goal

  • Transform the patient's sexual organ as similar to the female sexual organ.
  • Surgery will allow the patient to have a vagina as deep as their skin allows.
  • All sexual sensory nerves will remain intact in the female clitoris to have normal sexual sensations in this area.
  • The plastic surgery will be performed so that the wound is as little as possible, and the least visible.

Dr. Mendez's Techniques for Sexual Reassignment Surgery  

  • General anesthesia is applied to the patient by a specialist anesthesiologist.
  • A new vagina is created between the anus and the urinary tract, approximately 5-7 inches deep.
  • The skin that covers the penis is used to build the labia minora, and the vaginal wall is consequently covered with the skin graft of the scrotum.
  • The penis nucleus is removed to decrease male hormones.
  • The testicles are removed to decrease male hormones (orchiectomy).
  • The male urinary tract is shortened and formed so that urine flows biologically naturally in women.
  • The outer parts such as the labia majora, labia minora, urinary tract and the clitoris are reconstructed to look natural and as perfect as the female sexual organ with which sexual sensations are still experienced as before.