Male to Female Surgery
Converting the male anatomy to the female anatomy required the removal of the penis and the reshaping of the genital tissue. This is done through an incision made into the scrotum, and the pulling back of the flap of skin to remove the testicles. A shorter urethra is cut and the penis is removed. The excess skin is then used to create the labia and the vagina.
After surgery, oestrogen will be administered to stimulate breast development, widen the hips, inhibit the growth of facial hair and increase the voice pitch.