In general, scrotoplasty does not affect your eligibility for future bottom surgery options. However, there are a few factors that could potentially affect your eligibility, such as:

  • The type of scrotoplasty you have: Some types of scrotoplasty may require more tissue than others, which could make it more difficult to have other bottom surgery procedures in the future.
  • The surgeon you choose: Some surgeons may be more willing to perform multiple bottom surgery procedures than others.
  • Your individual circumstances: Your overall health and medical history may also play a role in your eligibility for future bottom surgery procedures.

If you are concerned about how scrotoplasty could affect your eligibility for future bottom surgery options, you should talk to your surgeon. They will be able to give you a more accurate assessment based on your individual circumstances.

Here are some resources that may be helpful:

  • The World Professional Association for Transgender Health:
  • The Trevor Project:
  • Trans Lifeline:

Scrotoplasty generally does not affect your eligibility for future bottom surgery options. Scrotoplasty is often performed as part of a larger gender-affirming surgical process for individuals assigned female at birth (AFAB) who are seeking masculinization of their genitals.

The decision to pursue additional bottom surgery options, such as metoidioplasty or phalloplasty, would depend on your specific goals, individual circumstances, and the recommendations of your surgical team. These procedures involve more extensive changes to the genital anatomy and may require more complex surgical interventions.

Scrotoplasty is typically considered a preliminary step or can be combined with other procedures to create a more complete genital transformation. It focuses on creating or reconstructing a scrotum, which is an external structure.

When considering future bottom surgery options, it is important to have open and honest discussions with your surgical team about your goals, expectations, and the desired outcomes. They will assess your individual needs, evaluate the current state of your genital anatomy, and provide personalized recommendations based on your specific circumstances.

It is worth noting that eligibility for future bottom surgery options will depend on several factors, including your overall health, specific surgical goals, and any potential challenges or considerations related to previous surgical interventions. Collaboration between you, your surgical team, and other healthcare providers involved in your care will be important in determining the most suitable path forward.

Consult with a qualified surgeon who specializes in transgender healthcare and has expertise in bottom surgery options to discuss your specific goals, review your surgical history, and receive personalized recommendations based on your individual circumstances. They can guide you through the available options and help you make informed decisions about your future surgical plans.