Male-to-Female Sex Reassignment Surgery

Male-to-Female Sex Reassignment Surgery

What is Male-to-Female Sex Reassignment Surgery?

Feminizing modification of the genitalia in males diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder is possible upon submission of required supporting documents (see Special Requirements section).  The surgery aims to create a visually realistic and functional female genital anatomy complete with labia, clitoris and vaginal canal.

The new clitoris is fashioned from a portion of the sensitive penile head (glans penis). It has its own nerve and blood supply, enabling sensitivity to sexual stimulation, arousal, and orgasm.

The neo-vagina is typically 5-7 inches deep and is made by Penile Skin Inversion technique if the length of the penis is adequate, or by Colon Vaginoplasty technique in cases of inadequate penile length.  As with biological females, this new vaginal canal is located between the urethra and the rectum.


You need to be of legal age, in good health, and must submit the following requirements before your pre-surgical assessment for SRS MTF 

1. Letter of recommendation from two psychiatrists (one from a psychiatrist in patient’s own locality and two from our psychiatrists) stating the following:

a. Diagnosis of male with Gender Identity Disorder

b. Declaration of successful real life experience as a female for at least 1 year

   Certified psychiatrists issue this letter to individuals who meet the criteria of the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association

2. Medical certificate with details of female hormone therapy

a. Hormone intake must be prescribed and monitored by a licensed physician

b. Hormones have been taken for 1 year