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from what i have read the thai method of using the penis inverted is a common procedure now if there is enough material if not they offer the colon procedure but obviously more expensive. in the uk it seems they do use the scrotal skin but this can have problems if the hair is not removed well before srs. i think they now recomend hair removal as apart of the lead up to srs. just to be rid of the penis and testicles would be great i think its a big lable of being male.

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Drea

from what i have read the thai method of using the penis inverted is a common procedure now if there is enough material if not they offer the colon procedure but obviously more expensive. in the uk it seems they do use the scrotal skin but this can have problems if the hair is not removed well before srs. i think they now recomend hair removal as apart of the lead up to srs. just to be rid of the penis and testicles would be great i think its a big lable of being male.

Scotal skin is used very typically in penile inversion. It is one of the reasons for genital electro, but some surgeons such as Brassard take care and remmove the folicles during the procedure and actually recommend not having genital electro.

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Guest Teagan

Concerning self-lubrication, Brassard takes some of the mucous membranes which lined the urethra and uses them in the area of the vulva, to provide some measure of self-lubrication. Nowhere near a natal female, but it's something.

As far as orgasms go, I had one about 7 weeks post-op. Pretty amazing, if you think about it... all the cutting and moving of parts they do during SRS and we can still have orgasms.

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Guest mpshiel

The answer to the question is yes, but because the doctor I went to I had done research on the preservation of nerve endings, how many nerve endings and the amount of function. These are often published by the doctors as academic papers and you can find out for yourself the exact percentage. The doctor had the fewest problems and the highest rate of nerve preservation. And yes, personal orgasm, with vibrator, without, with partner, multiple. It wasn't why I had the surgery but it was a positive bonus.

Kat.

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Guest Pamela5

I do not self lube but I am orgasmic. Sex is so much different as a woman. I need a long time to achieve an orgasm and gentle relaxed foreplay is critical. I do not orgasm every time because my man in in a hurry sometimes but I am still happy to please him. When I do have an orgasm it is a total body experience and my body glows all over. It lasts a long time and sometimes happens more than once. It is very different from an intense short orgasm that men have. It is a truly wonderful experience.

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Guest angels wings

Thx for the info i wanted to ask this ? But was to shy thx for all ur honest responses .

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Guest Kitty_Babe

I'll just begin by say "hi" to everyone, and I am NEW to these forums. To answer the thread OP's question directly, all I can say is, it really depends, it differs between people I expect, no different from anyone else who has or has not gone through reassignment. For me personally, it wasn't until some years AFTER surgery I actually had one. No idea why lol, some thing just triggered, and that was it :) First time I HAD sex after surgery, I didn't feel anything at all.

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Guest LMTaylor

I am very much pre-op since I haven't even started HRT yet... but I can still manage that full-bodied orgasm that some of you have described. At least, I can when I'm solo.

I've found that if I lie down in bed and take a LOT of time massaging my chest and my nipples, I get this "wave" of pleasure that keeps getting more and more intense. Of course, once the pleasure from the chest builds a bit, I start gyrating my hips like a woman would if she were in the bottom position. (It should go without saying that I'm fantasizing about being a "complete" woman during this event...) Eventually I do ejaculate, but there have been times when I'm able to keep it up for about a half hour, sometimes more. The ejaculation phase is much more powerful than anything I've ever had during "conventional" sex.

I've found that the trick is not to go right for the nipples when playing with the breasts. Start with gentle caressing of the whole chest for a good five minutes beforehand. You'll know when you can get the nipples involved. Also, some soft fabric over the nipples is better than direct finger contact. Massage oil works nicely as well, but may stain your covers...

And yes, I've found that this works wonderfully on cis-women (like my wife) as well. I've often wondered if she thinks about how I've developed my technique over the years....

Anyhow, just wanted to share for those of you who would like to give it a shot.

Thanks,

Lisa

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Guest jody h

are the orgasms "dry" as in no ejectulate after srs. i have gone off mastubrating like a male and now try to get the stimulation as i will when its just a clit. it may sound daft but it feel so much more natural. wish i could kill the errections i dont need them lol

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Guest RavenandJacob

Wow. I just have to say, all of this is freaking amazing to me. I had no idea gender correction could give you WORKING reproductive organs. (Sorry for my ignorance, but I'm new to this). I just thought it would look physically similar.

I was just interested because my girlfriend is an MTF and going to get the surgery someday, hopefully.

This is all very interesting, and I thank rehtnap for bringing up the topic. :)

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Guest MissLeyla

are the orgasms "dry" as in no ejectulate after srs. i have gone off mastubrating like a male and now try to get the stimulation as i will when its just a clit. it may sound daft but it feel so much more natural. wish i could kill the errections i dont need them lol

This is the only way i can get myself aroused. The erections are a pain though, i agree whole heartedly lol.

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Guest kelise

are the orgasms "dry" as in no ejectulate after srs. i have gone off mastubrating like a male and now try to get the stimulation as i will when its just a clit. it may sound daft but it feel so much more natural. wish i could kill the errections i dont need them lol

For me, the ejaculate after orgasm stopped after just a little HRT. If there still is any for you, yes it will stop with SRS. However, it's never really dry down there after SRS, and believe me, you don't want it to be!

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Guest jody h

hi

well as they say if you dont ask you dont get lol. depending on the srs surgery the gentialia is as close as it can be to correct. feeling and stimulation is a very individual result. there is a variation of srs where there is not a full vagina created refered to as cosmetic srs but the rest of it is as a full srs. sometimes its not possible or recomended to undergo the creation of a vagina for medical or personal reasons. when srs is done a clitorus is created and nerves from the penile shaft are used to give it sensation. some girls arnt that bothered about the feeling some are. my sex drive has always been female and to be blunt i expect stimulation from a clit not a penis. just how its always been for me. i hate errections and all that and its foreing to me to want to use it i want the other bits and to recieve it.

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Guest jody h

i dont want the ejeculateits a man thing. i hate testosterone lol.

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Sakura

The hand full of people i have spoken too personally: that either regretted srs or were dissaticfied with the out come ( they do exsist ) it's not the main reason , but deffinately one i have heard from practically all. is thier dissapointment with sex, orgasm . lack of and or their the change in how it feels to orgasm after srs and or the difficulty in achiving said orgasm. i don't think they were fully prepared, for the actual sex life of a woman , and the difficulty and often times dissapointment natal women feel in reguards to sex and achieving an orgasm.

The vagina is a far far more complex sexual organ than the penis . and sexual pleasure (physical) sexual pleasure seemingly a evolutionary after thought in the contruction and lay out of the vagina. so when going from a penis to a vagina. changes in how and your ability to orgasm , should likely be expected

though neo vagina is not exactly wired to your brain in the same way a natal womans is, and by and large if your penial tissue and nerve endings were in realitivly good working order pre op and your surgon did his job pro[erly . orgasm should be totally possible . though triggering said orgasm maybe maybe as tricky as it is in any natal woman.

Sakura

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Guest jody h

my brain is not wired for male sex life so ill be very happy with whatever i get. to be rid of the male sexually functions would be a start. its really odd to describe but its likea conflict of feelings. the bits dont match the desires if that makes sense.

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Guest x3 alexa o0o

I've had an orgasm with clitoral stimulation, but with vaginal nothing yet :>

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