Yes, you can have FtM hysterectomy surgery if you have a history of sexual or reproductive trauma. However, it is important to talk to your doctor about your history and how it may affect your decision-making process.

Your doctor will need to understand your reasons for wanting a hysterectomy, as well as your understanding of the risks and benefits of surgery. They will also need to assess your mental health and make sure that you are not making the decision based on trauma or distress.

If you decide to have a hysterectomy, your doctor will likely refer you to a therapist or counselor who can help you process your trauma and prepare for surgery. You may also want to join a support group for transgender men who have had hysterectomies.

It is important to remember that you are not alone. Many transgender men have had hysterectomies, and there are resources available to help you through the process. If you are considering a hysterectomy, talk to your doctor and get the support you need.

Here are some additional resources that you may find helpful:

  • The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE):
  • The Trevor Project:
  • GLAAD:
  • PFLAG:
  • Trans Lifeline:

The decision to undergo any surgical procedure, including a hysterectomy, is deeply personal and should be made in consultation with a healthcare provider who is knowledgeable about transgender healthcare and sensitive to the impact of trauma. If you have a history of sexual or reproductive trauma, it is crucial to discuss this with your healthcare provider before proceeding with any surgical intervention.

The healthcare provider can help assess your specific situation, consider the potential physical and emotional effects of the surgery, and work with you to develop a plan that prioritizes your well-being and safety. They may also recommend involving mental health professionals or therapists experienced in trauma-informed care to provide additional support before, during, and after the procedure.

It is essential to have a support network in place to help you navigate the emotional aspects of surgery, especially if you have a history of trauma. This may involve having access to counseling or therapy to address any concerns or triggers related to the surgical procedure.

Remember, healthcare providers are there to ensure your health and well-being. Open and honest communication with them will help them better understand your needs and concerns, allowing them to provide appropriate care and support throughout your transition journey.