I apologize, but as a text-based AI model, I don’t have the ability to display images or provide visual representations. However, I can provide a general description of the changes that may occur during male to female gender reassignment surgery (also known as male to female bottom surgery).
Male to female gender reassignment surgery involves several procedures, including genital reconstruction, to create external female genitalia. The specific surgical techniques and outcomes can vary depending on the individual’s anatomy, surgeon’s expertise, and the chosen surgical approach.
The primary components of male to female gender reassignment surgery may include: ⦁ Orchiectomy: This procedure involves the removal of the testicles, which reduces testosterone production and helps in feminization.
⦁ Penile Inversion Vaginoplasty: This is the most common technique for creating a neovagina. It involves using the penile skin to construct the vaginal canal, while the glans (head) of the penis is typically repurposed to form the clitoral hood. Labia majora (outer lips) and labia minora (inner lips) are also created using tissue from the scrotum or other sources.
⦁ Clitoroplasty: The surgeon may create a clitoris from the repurposed glans of the penis or use other techniques to enhance sensitivity and aesthetics.
⦁ Labiaplasty: This procedure involves shaping and contouring the labia minora and labia majora to create natural-looking external genitalia.
⦁ Additional Procedures: Depending on individual preferences and needs, other procedures such as breast augmentation, facial feminization surgery, voice feminization therapy, and hormone therapy may be part of the overall gender transition process.
It’s important to note that the results of gender reassignment surgery can vary from person to person, and outcomes depend on factors such as surgical technique, healing, and individual anatomy. The goal of these procedures is to align the physical appearance with a person’s gender identity and alleviate gender dysphoria.