Yes, you can have FTM oophorectomy surgery if you’re currently on HRT. However, it’s important to talk to your doctor about your specific situation before making a decision.

Oophorectomy is the surgical removal of one or both ovaries. This can be done for a variety of reasons, including gender affirmation, cancer prevention, or to relieve pain.

If you have both ovaries removed, you will need to take HRT to replace the hormones that your ovaries no longer produce. This is because estrogen and progesterone are essential for maintaining bone health, heart health, and cognitive function.

There are a few different types of HRT that you can take. The type of HRT that’s right for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences.

Your doctor will be able to help you decide if oophorectomy is right for you and recommend the best type of HRT for your needs.

Here are some of the things to consider when making the decision to have oophorectomy surgery while on HRT:

  • Your age and overall health
  • Your risk factors for osteoporosis and heart disease
  • Your personal preferences

It’s also important to talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of oophorectomy surgery. Some of the risks of oophorectomy surgery include:

  • Increased risk of osteoporosis
  • Increased risk of heart disease
  • Increased risk of stroke
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats

The decision to have oophorectomy surgery is a personal one. Talk to your doctor about your options and decide what’s best for you.

Yes, it is possible to undergo FTM (Female to Male) oophorectomy surgery while being on hormone replacement therapy (HRT). In fact, FTM oophorectomy is often performed as part of gender-affirming treatment for transgender men who are undergoing HRT.

The decision to proceed with oophorectomy while on HRT is typically made on a case-by-case basis in consultation with your healthcare provider. Factors such as your overall health, medical history, hormone levels, and treatment goals will be considered.

Oophorectomy involves the removal of the ovaries, which are responsible for producing hormones such as estrogen and progesterone. If you are currently on HRT, your healthcare provider may need to make adjustments to your hormone regimen following the oophorectomy to ensure that you continue to receive the necessary hormones for your gender-affirming treatment.

It is important to have open and honest discussions with your healthcare provider about your specific situation, including your current HRT regimen and any concerns or questions you may have. They can provide personalized guidance and recommendations based on your individual needs and goals.