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Metoidioplasty is a gender affirmation surgery that uses existing genital tissue to create a penis. What is a metoidioplasty? A metoidioplasty is a type of gender affirmation surgery, also referred to as a “bottom surgery” or a “meta.”What is metoidioplasty and who is eligible?
Metoidioplasty is a type of "bottom surgery" (surgery on the genitals) available to transgender men, or those who identify as transmasculine. It involves the surgical creation of a penis from your existing genital tissue. Who is eligible for metoidioplasty? Surgery is never the first step in a gender transition.What is the difference between metoidioplasty and phalloplasty?
While the metoidioplasty works with existing tissue, phalloplasty takes a large skin graft from your arm, leg, or torso and uses it to create a penis. Metoidioplasty and phalloplasty each have their own unique benefits and disadvantages. Pros and cons of metoidioplasty Here are some of the pros and cons of metoidioplasty:What is a meto surgery called?
Metoidioplasty, metaoidioplasty, or metaidoioplasty (informally called a meto or meta) is a female-to-male sex reassignment surgery. Testosterone replacement therapy gradually enlarges the clitoris to a mean maximum size of 4.6 cm (1.6–2 in) (as the clitoris and the penis are developmentally homologous ).