No, you cannot choose the placement and appearance of your clitoris. The clitoris is a small, sensitive organ that is located at the top of the vulva. It is made up of erectile tissue, which means that it can become enlarged and erect when stimulated. The appearance of the clitoris can vary from person to person, but it is typically about the size of a pea.

There are some medical conditions that can affect the appearance of the clitoris, such as clitoral hypertrophy and clitoral phimosis. However, these conditions are rare. In most cases, the appearance of the clitoris is determined by genetics.

If you are concerned about the appearance of your clitoris, you should talk to your doctor. They can help you to understand the normal range of appearances and to rule out any medical conditions.

During the pre-operative consultations for clitoroplasty, you can discuss your preferences and goals for the surgical outcome with your gender-affirming surgeon. The surgeon will take into account your desired appearance and placement of the clitoris to the extent possible, considering your unique anatomy, tissue availability, and the surgical technique that will be used.

While surgeons strive to create a clitoris that aligns with the patient’s desired gender identity and aesthetic preferences, there are certain anatomical limitations and surgical considerations that may influence the final outcome. The primary objective of clitoroplasty is to enhance your gender affirmation and overall well-being while ensuring safety and optimal functional and aesthetic outcomes.

During the consultation process, it’s essential to have open and honest communication with your surgeon. Be prepared to discuss your goals and expectations for the surgery, and the surgeon will provide you with realistic information about the potential outcomes based on your specific situation.

Choosing an experienced and skilled gender-affirming surgeon is crucial to achieving the best possible results. The surgeon’s expertise and understanding of the complexities of clitoral anatomy and surgical techniques play a significant role in the success of the procedure.

Remember that the goal of clitoroplasty is to enhance your gender affirmation and overall quality of life. Your surgeon will work closely with you to understand your preferences and create a surgical plan that aligns with your goals while ensuring the safety and well-being of the procedure.