What is scrotoplasty?
Surgery to create a scrotum by reshaping and closing the labia majora together and then inserting testicular prostheses into the labia.
What does scrotoplasty do?
- Lower body
Who can have scrotoplasty?
You must have had 12 continuous months living as your gender identity
You must have had 12 continuous months of HRT, unless you’re unable to
You must have capacity to consent for this treatment
If you have significant medical conditions, these need to be “reasonably well-controlled”
Under 18s cannot have this but can be referred at 17
You typically need a BMI of less than 30
How long does scrotoplasty last?
The effects are permanent and cannot be reversed.
What else might I want?
Usually scrotoplasty will be performed during the same operation as metoidioplasty or during the process of phalloplasty.
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