Whether or not you can have FTM top surgery if you have a history of liver diseases depends on the severity of your liver disease and the type of surgery you want to have. In general, people with liver disease are at increased risk for complications during and after surgery, so it is important to discuss your individual circumstances with a qualified surgeon.

Some of the factors that a surgeon will consider when evaluating your eligibility for FTM top surgery include:

  • The type of liver disease you have
  • The severity of your liver disease
  • Your overall health
  • The type of surgery you want to have
  • The anesthesia that will be used

If you have a history of liver disease, you may need to undergo additional testing before surgery, such as liver function tests and ultrasounds. You may also need to see a liver specialist to make sure your liver is healthy enough to tolerate surgery.

In some cases, people with liver disease may be able to have FTM top surgery, but they may need to take extra precautions to reduce the risk of complications. For example, they may need to have a shorter surgery or use a different type of anesthesia.

If you are considering FTM top surgery and you have a history of liver disease, it is important to talk to a qualified surgeon about your individual circumstances. They can help you determine if surgery is right for you and what steps you need to take to prepare.

Here are some resources that you may find helpful:

  • The Trevor Project: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/
  • Trans Lifeline: https://www.translifeline.org/
  • National Center for Transgender Equality: https://transequality.org/
  • American Liver Foundation: https://www.liverfoundation.org/