In general, scrotoplasty does not affect your eligibility for future urinary procedures. 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 urinary procedures in the future.
  • The surgeon you choose: Some surgeons may be more willing to perform multiple urinary procedures than others.
  • Your individual circumstances: Your overall health and medical history may also play a role in your eligibility for future urinary procedures.

If you are concerned about how scrotoplasty could affect your eligibility for future urinary procedures, 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, which involves creating or reconstructing a scrotum, typically does not directly impact your eligibility for future urinary procedures. The scrotum itself is primarily an external structure and is not directly involved in urinary function.

However, it’s important to consider the overall impact of scrotoplasty on the surgical and anatomical context of the genital area. Depending on the specific surgical techniques used and any other procedures performed in conjunction with scrotoplasty, there could be potential effects on the surrounding tissues and structures.

While scrotoplasty alone is unlikely to significantly impact your eligibility for future urinary procedures, it is important to discuss your goals for urinary health with your surgeon during the consultation. They can assess your individual circumstances, including any pre-existing urinary issues, and provide guidance based on their expertise and experience.

If you have specific urinary concerns or anticipate needing future urinary procedures, it’s important to communicate these concerns with your surgical team. They can take into account your goals for urinary health and work collaboratively with other healthcare providers, such as urologists or specialists in urinary medicine, to ensure that the scrotoplasty procedure is performed in a way that preserves or supports your urinary function.

Open and honest communication with your surgical team is essential in order to address any potential impact on future urinary procedures and to develop a comprehensive plan that considers your individual needs and goals.

Always consult with a qualified surgeon who specializes in transgender healthcare and scrotoplasty to discuss your specific medical history and goals, including urinary health, and to receive personalized recommendations based on your individual circumstances.