No, FTM oophorectomy surgery does not affect the ability to undergo future pelvic surgeries. The ovaries are located on the sides of the uterus, and they are not involved in any of the major pelvic structures. Therefore, removing the ovaries will not interfere with the ability to perform other pelvic surgeries, such as hysterectomy, bladder surgery, or bowel surgery.

The image you sent me is a picture of a “can I have” sign. It does not have any bearing on the question of whether or not FTM oophorectomy surgery can affect the ability to undergo future pelvic surgeries.

FTM (Female-to-Male) oophorectomy surgery, which involves the removal of the ovaries, may potentially affect the ability to undergo certain future pelvic surgeries, depending on the specific procedures and individual circumstances.

The impact of oophorectomy on future pelvic surgeries will depend on factors such as the type of pelvic surgery, the structures involved, and the specific goals of the procedure.

Oophorectomy surgery primarily focuses on the removal of the ovaries and does not directly impact other pelvic structures such as the uterus, cervix, or surrounding tissues. Therefore, for procedures that involve these structures, the removal of the ovaries through oophorectomy surgery may not pose a significant obstacle.

However, it’s important to consider the impact of hormonal changes resulting from oophorectomy surgery. The removal of the ovaries can result in changes in hormone levels, particularly a decrease in estrogen production. These hormonal changes can influence factors such as tissue health, healing, and the overall condition of the pelvic organs. It’s crucial to consider these factors when assessing the eligibility and potential outcomes of future pelvic surgeries.

To determine the impact of oophorectomy surgery on your ability to undergo future pelvic surgeries, it’s recommended to consult with a qualified healthcare professional, such as a gynecologist, urologist, or a gender-affirming surgeon. They will evaluate your specific situation, consider your medical history, and discuss your goals for future pelvic surgeries. Based on this assessment, they can provide personalized advice and recommendations tailored to your individual circumstances.