Metodioplasty (a.k.a meta) is a female to male surgical procedure using your existing genital tissue to form a new penis. It's probably best for those with significant clitoral growth from testosterone use. This surgery is usually done in two stages, first stage involves the transformation of the clitoris to a small penis by releasing the hood, and cutting the ligament holding the clitoris in place allowing the penile structure to be free and more exposed. Pubic fat can also be trimmed and pulled up to reposition the penis further forward.
A scrotum can be achieved by using the labia majora. This is done by dissecting and rotating the labia from their original position to create pockets with insicions so implants can be inserted at stage 2. Scrotum sizes range from Small, Medium or Large.
There's also an option of Urethral lengthening which is the extension of the urethra from the native urethral opening to the tip of the penis. This can cause increased risks of urinary complications.
If a Urethroplasty is done, some surgeons require a Vaginectomy to be done. A vaginectomy is a surgical procedure that removes all or part of the vagina and also closes the vaginal opening.
All of these are options, you choose if you want them or not. This also depends on your surgeon, he/she might require certain procedures.
Typically the goal for this surgery is to have masculine looking gentials that decrease dysphoria, stand to pee, sensation, and less scaring.
Also, I am aware that some of my word choices can be offensive, but they are used for better understanding of the procedure. I want to make sure that everybody can understand while reading. So, apologies in advance. Like any other surgery, there is always risks. Rest and healing time should be considered largely.
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