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Some queries about a MtF post-op vagina


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Hello all

 

I have only just started considering SRS a real possibility, and have some questions for those of you who have had MtF bottom surgery:

 

  • What does sex feel like with a new vagina? Does it feel good?
  • How does sexual desire change after having balls removed? Do you still feel sexual desire?
  • How does a trans vagina feel to the man compared to a real vagina?
  • What happens to a mans "jizz" inside you after sex?

 

Thank you :)

 

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I'll answer what I can but... Disclaimer: I'm really, REALLY gay. Guys are gross. ?

 

  • Well it certainly doesn't feel bad. It's definitely a different sensation.
  • My sex drive changed from, "Now please," to "Once or twice a week is good," while I was on T blockers. There's been no change after the GCS. I still want sex.
  • How on Earth would we know? We're on the other side. I've been told it's great but, c'mon. Making a guy orgasm is easy mode.
  • Presumably it (mostly) drains out much like most of it does with a cis-woman's vagina. I suppose it could stick around a while, but douching is a thing so...

You're welcome.

 

Hugs!

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16 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

I'll answer what I can but... Disclaimer: I'm really, REALLY gay. Guys are gross. ?

 

  • Well it certainly doesn't feel bad. It's definitely a different sensation.
  • My sex drive changed from, "Now please," to "Once or twice a week is good," while I was on T blockers. There's been no change after the GCS. I still want sex.
  • How on Earth would we know? We're on the other side. I've been told it's great but, c'mon. Making a guy orgasm is easy mode.
  • Presumably it (mostly) drains out much like most of it does with a cis-woman's vagina. I suppose it could stick around a while, but douching is a thing so...

You're welcome.

 

Hugs!

I can't wait to find all this out myself. My spouse says that she will never have sex with me after surgery. She doesn't have it with me now. My 42a cups creep her out. I absolutly plan to outlive her. I want to have sex as a woman before I die. I don't even think I could have sex as a man anymore. I don't want to have to have skin grafts to get full depth vaginoplasty, so I try to keep things in working order to minimize shrinkage.

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1 hour ago, Jamie68 said:

I don't want to have to have skin grafts to get full depth vaginoplasty, so I try to keep things in working order to minimize shrinkage.

 

If that's your plan, masturbate frequently. It stimulates nerve growth in the head and that's going to be your clitoris. You want that as nerve-dense as possible.

 

Hugs!

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1 hour ago, Jackie C. said:

 

If that's your plan, masturbate frequently. It stimulates nerve growth in the head and that's going to be your clitoris. You want that as nerve-dense as possible.

 

Hugs!

I figured that, it's difficult though with a spouse not willing to help, and me being creeped out about still having the unwanted parts. I don't look at porn anymore. I have to fantisize about having sex with a man. That's about the only thing that gets my motor running anymore besides brousing the new fall clothes in the ladies department at wallmart or kohls lol.

Thanks for the tips. I'm glad to be in a group where you're a moderator. You seem very knowedgeable and down to earth and willing to share. I really appreciate you. Hugs

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I am curious as to the procedures that all of you have experienced. I recently made contact with a surgeon to get an idea of how I can structure my journey for maximum effect. I am planning to get things prepared over the next 1 1/2 years. 

 

What kind of procedure did you get: Penile inversion vaginoplasty, or colon vaginoplasty graft? 

How did things work out? 

 

Were you able to achieve orgasm, and if so, how long after surgery.

 

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely

Katie

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13 hours ago, Katie23 said:

I am curious as to the procedures that all of you have experienced. I recently made contact with a surgeon to get an idea of how I can structure my journey for maximum effect. I am planning to get things prepared over the next 1 1/2 years. 

 

What kind of procedure did you get: Penile inversion vaginoplasty, or colon vaginoplasty graft? 

How did things work out? 

 

Were you able to achieve orgasm, and if so, how long after surgery.

 

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely

Katie

 

I opted for Inversion technique, it is the gold standard. As you may read in research and speak with surgeons on, colon vaginoplasty carries risks that penile inversion does not. Peritoneal Flap is up and coming and I am thinking of getting a revision with this technique in the future, not that I have many issues now, I would just like to have a bit more depth. 

 

I achieved orgasm about 5 months after surgery. ( I had complications so my mileage varied a bit from others)

 

Kylie

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3 hours ago, Kylie said:

 

I opted for Inversion technique, it is the gold standard. As you may read in research and speak with surgeons on, colon vaginoplasty carries risks that penile inversion does not. Peritoneal Flap is up and coming and I am thinking of getting a revision with this technique in the future, not that I have many issues now, I would just like to have a bit more depth. 

 

I achieved orgasm about 5 months after surgery. ( I had complications so my mileage varied a bit from others)

 

Kylie

Thank you for your response. I will be having the inversion done in about 1.5 years myself. I'm about #200 on the waiting list for my surgeon. The list includes all surgerys, not just GCS. 

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Kylie,

 

Thank you! Did you use a surgeon in the Carolinas? I know a whole bunch of systems have started to offer GCS because insurances pay now. I am searching for surgeons for GCS as well as FFS. I am planning on surgery at the end of next year, or mid-2023. I want to get things arranged. I am going for FFS. 

 

Sincerely

Katie

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I actually went for my reassignment surgery in Texas. Of the few surgeons in NC they do not have much experience, so I opted for a more experienced surgeon and medical group. UNC is a big up and coming surgical team that has started to become very popular. 

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1 hour ago, Kylie said:

I actually went for my reassignment surgery in Texas. Of the few surgeons in NC they do not have much experience, so I opted for a more experienced surgeon and medical group. UNC is a big up and coming surgical team that has started to become very popular. 

 

Yeah, we have a surgeon in Michigan, but he's slightly older than the concept of bread and he's a general plastic surgeon instead of a specialist. I opted to pay out of pocket to go to a different state. Your private bits are much too important to be left in the hands of people you don't trust.

 

Hugs!

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