After sexchange

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A long-term follow-up study of 55 transsexual patients 32 male-to-female and 23 female-to-male post-sex reassignment surgery SRS was carried out to evaluate sexual and general health outcome. Relatively few and minor morbidities were observed in our group of patients, and they were mostly reversible with appropriate treatment. A trend toward more general health problems in male-to-females was seen, possibly explained by older age and smoking habits. Although all male-to-females, treated with estrogens continuously, had total testosterone levels within the normal female range because of estrogen effects on sex hormone binding globulin, only The female-to-males masturbated significantly more frequently than the male-to-females, and a trend to more sexual satisfaction, more sexual excitement, and more easily reaching orgasm was seen in the female-to-male group.

After sex change, 27-year-old looks forward to acceptance, marriage

Trans Women Open Up About Sex After Surgery - Vogue | Vogue

Aakruti recently underwent sex reassignment surgery SRS in Vadodara after several years of counselling and medical treatment. An orphan, who had to drop out of school, Aakruti says she is looking forward to social acceptance, love and marriage. Although she will be unable to have biological children as the process of reassignment from male to female does not include implant of the female reproductive organs, Aakruti wishes for marriage, love and adoption. Which girl does not want this?

Long-term follow-up of "sex change" in 13 male-to-female transsexuals

By Vishwadha Chander. Reuters Health - When transgender people undergo sex-reassignment surgery, the beneficial effect on their mental health is still evident - and increasing - years later, a Swedish study suggests. They were also three times more likely to be prescribed antidepressants, and six times more likely to be hospitalized after a suicide attempt, researchers found. But among trans people who had undergone gender-affirming surgery, the longer ago their surgery, the less likely they were to suffer anxiety, depression or suicidal behavior during the study period, researchers reported in The American Journal of Psychiatry.
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