Whether or not you can have FTM top surgery if you have a history of immunodeficiency disorders depends on the specific disorder and your overall health. Some immunodeficiency disorders, such as HIV/AIDS, can increase your risk of complications from surgery. Other disorders, such as common variable immunodeficiency, may not pose as much of a risk.

It is important to talk to your doctor about your specific health history and how it may affect your ability to have FTM top surgery. They will be able to assess your individual risks and make a recommendation about whether or not surgery is right for you.

Here are some things to consider when talking to your doctor about FTM top surgery and immunodeficiency disorders:

  • The type of immunodeficiency disorder you have
  • The severity of your disorder
  • Your current health status
  • Your goals for surgery
  • The risks and benefits of surgery

If your doctor determines that you are a good candidate for FTM top surgery, they will likely recommend that you take certain precautions to reduce your risk of complications. These precautions may include:

  • Getting vaccinated against common infections
  • Taking antibiotics before and after surgery
  • Avoiding contact with people who are sick
  • Monitoring your health closely after surgery

With careful planning and preparation, it is possible to have safe and successful FTM top surgery even if you have a history of immunodeficiency disorders.