If you are considering gender reassignment surgery, then it is important to understand what to expect after the procedure. Gender Reassignment Surgery, or GRS, can help improve your quality of life by changing your body structure, especially if you have experienced trauma in the past that has resulted in a physical or emotional reaction to your body, such as being born with an asymmetrical foot, having the chest and face of a woman, or having a low self-image because of physical appearance. MTF bottom surgery can also change your psychological makeup by giving you a more masculine or feminine appearance that matches your current gender identity. Psychological comfort after the operation.
A good candidate for a gender transitioning surgery is for those who: a) have had successful hormone therapy, b) are committed to their new gender, and c) have realistic expectations about how their physical appearance will change over time as they transition. How will you be treated after your gender reassignment surgery? Will you be able to work? How will you be dressed?
You will also want to see before and after pictures of the soft tissues that will most likely be involved in your surgery, such as the wound, the incision lines, the bruising, swelling, etc. These soft tissues will most likely be in stitches and visible to the best plastic surgeon during your procedure. When your doctor presents before and after pictures of the soft tissue involved in your gender identity surgery, he/she will be able to explain these things to you.
Before and after photos of the actual procedures can help you better understand the surgery that was performed on you. These photos can show you the end results of the procedures. Including the incision lines and blood loss that occurred during your procedures. The photos also allow you to compare the before and after pictures with the before and after photos of your body. All to determine if the results were as planned or if further adjustments were needed. When you review before and after photos of yourself. You will be able to better understand whether or not you are satisfied with the results.
Your surgeon should provide you with before and after photos of the labiaplasty, the genioplasty, the hysterectomy, the balloon cataractectomy, the lymph node dissection, and the liposuction procedures that your doctor performed on you. You will be able to view before and after pictures of the procedures that your gender confirmation surgery involved in order to better understand what your surgeon accomplished.
Your overall satisfaction with your gender reassignment surgery is an important factor in determining whether the experience was satisfactory. Many patients are not completely pleased with their appearance until several weeks or months after the surgery has taken place. This is because they have lost and replaced their natural breast tissue. Which can make the patient feel unattractive and smaller than their previous size. If you were pleased with the results of your procedure and your doctor was able to accomplish your desired results. You will need to keep all documentation pertaining to the surgery in a safe place for your future records. This documentation will include the before and after pictures of your body, your recovery. Also information about the saline implants that were used in your gender reassignment surgery.