Yes, with the help of medical interventions, a person assigned female at birth can undergo a variety of surgical procedures as part of their gender transition to align their physical characteristics with their gender identity as a male. These surgical procedures are often referred to as female to male (FTM) or transmasculine surgeries.

Some common surgical options for individuals transitioning from female to male include:
⦁ Chest Masculinization Surgery (Top Surgery): This procedure involves removing breast tissue and creating a more masculine chest contour. It can be done using techniques such as double incision mastectomy, periareolar mastectomy, or keyhole surgery.
⦁ Hysterectomy and Oophorectomy: This surgery involves the removal of the uterus and ovaries. It can help stop menstrual cycles and eliminate the need for reproductive health-related care.
⦁ Metoidioplasty or Phalloplasty: These are procedures to create male genitalia. Metoidioplasty utilizes existing clitoral tissue to create a small phallus, while phalloplasty involves constructing a phallus using various techniques, including grafts from other parts of the body.
⦁ Scrotoplasty: This procedure involves creating a scrotum using existing tissue or grafts. It is often performed in conjunction with metoidioplasty or phalloplasty.
⦁ Testicular Implants: In some cases, individuals may opt for testicular implants to enhance the appearance of the genital area.

It’s important to note that not all transgender individuals pursue surgical interventions as part of their transition. Each person’s journey is unique, and decisions regarding surgery are highly personal and depend on individual needs, goals, and preferences. It’s recommended to consult with experienced healthcare professionals who specialize in transgender healthcare to discuss available options, potential risks and benefits, and make informed decisions based on your specific circumstances.