And if so, would there be any chance of abnormality in the child? A: In theory, it is possible to conceive and deliver a baby after a sex-change operation , in reality very rare. If the male is actually genetically a female, has a womb, and had hormonal defects that caused him to appear male, the operation would simply correct some minor structural abnormalities. Genetic females have the chromosomal configuration: XX. Such a female could have a baby.
Sex reassignment surgery SRS , also known as gender reassignment surgery GRS and several other names, is a surgical procedure or procedures by which a transgender person's physical appearance and function of their existing sexual characteristics are altered to resemble those socially associated with their identified gender. It is part of a treatment for gender dysphoria in transgender people. Professional medical organizations have established Standards of Care that apply before someone can apply for and receive reassignment surgery, including psychological evaluation, and a period of real-life experience living in the desired gender. Feminization surgeries are surgeries that result in anatomy that is typically gendered female. These surgeries include vaginoplasty , feminizing augmentation mammoplasty , orchiectomy , facial feminization surgery , reduction thyrochondroplasty tracheal shave , and voice feminization surgery among others.
Sex change is a process by which a person or animal changes sex — that is, by which female sexual characteristics are substituted for male ones or vice versa. Sex change may occur naturally, as in the case of the sequential hermaphroditism observed in some species. Most commonly, however, the term is used for sex reassignment therapy , including sex reassignment surgery , carried out on humans.
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