The image you sent me shows a sign that says “Can I have?”. This is a common way to ask for permission or to request something. In the context of your question, it is asking if you can have FTM oophorectomy surgery if you have a history of substance abuse.

The answer to this question is: It depends.

If you are currently in recovery and have been sober for a significant period of time, your doctor may be willing to approve you for surgery. However, if you are still struggling with substance abuse, your doctor may not be comfortable operating on you.

There are a few reasons why your doctor may be hesitant to operate on you if you have a history of substance abuse. First, substance abuse can be a sign of underlying mental health issues. If you are not in treatment for these issues, they could make it more difficult for you to recover from surgery. Second, substance abuse can increase your risk of complications during and after surgery. For example, people who abuse substances are more likely to experience infections and blood clots.

If you are considering FTM oophorectomy surgery, it is important to talk to your doctor about your history of substance abuse. They can help you assess your risk of complications and make a decision about whether or not surgery is right for you.

Here are some resources that may be helpful:

  • The Trevor Project:
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness:
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: