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Guest vanillascent001   
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Hi Girls,

Im having my colon SRS/GRS in Aug 1st in Bangkok by Dr. Preecha. Just want to ask if anyone of you has done this procedure. What to expect? The pros and cons you encountered. Also, has one went to Dr. Preecha for their SRS. I know Dr. Preecha doesn't perform the actual surgery due to arthritis. The surgeon that will perform my surgery is Dr. Burin and Dr. Sutin.

I would love to hear your feedbacks and informations.

Thank you!

Ally

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Donna Jean   
Donna Jean

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Ally.....

My original SRS letter is on file with Dr. Preecha in Bangkok and that is where I was going to go....I've been to Bangkok half a dozen times and I love the place and the people.....................

But, because of my age (62) and a few other factors, I'm getting my SRS done in the states (in 51 days...)

I'm also not getting the colon procedure...

Good luck, Hon...

Huggs

Dee Jay

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Hi Dee Jay,

Thanks for the reply. I think thats a good idea to do your surgery here in the US.

I chose the colon SRS because of my size issue. I am 10 years post orchiectomy and I am worried ordinary penile inversion with skin graft cannot help it.

Good luck to your surgery

Ally

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Donna Jean   
Donna Jean

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Thanks, Babe.......

I'm not too concerned about depth at my age.....and my partner is a Transwoman.....

I need my SRS for finishing this project.....lol

Huggs

Dee Jay

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Leah1026   
Leah1026

Pros:

Self-lubricates

Cons:

MAJOR surgery because it involves 2 separate body cavities and organ systems. Longer recovery.

Smell. For approximately the first year your self-lubing vaginas discharge will smell like… what a colon usually smells like. I'm told things eventually get better.

Now some may tell you that you don't need to dilate, but that's just not true. You still need to dilate to train the pubo-coccygeal muscles of the pelvic floor to relax. They need to be stretched regularly to ensure (relatively) easy entry if sexual intercourse is in your future. Without dilation things will be very tight down there and your partner may not be able to enter you.

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Guest vanillascent001   
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Thank you Leah for the awesome information. I will follow what the surgeon wants me to do.

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Guest Catherine Sarah   
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Hi Ally,

Times drawing near. How are you coping ?

Hope the suggestions here, all made sense to you.

Keep in touch and let us know how you are coping. This is an experience you don't want to be alone on.

Be safe, well and happy

Huggs

Catherine

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Hi!,,,

I'm 2 months post op with pai institute and my dr was Burrin. I also did the colon surgery.

Recovery was not bad at all actually pretty easy if you follow the instructions and take things easy. I think what helped me the most was the fact that I walked everyday after the 3 rd day of surgery while in Bangkok. It is very hard to do but everyday you get more strength and I noticed that I was healing rapidly.

The best thing I should remark on was the face of dr Burrin when he removed my bandages revealing his work. His smile was so gigantic looking at my vsgina that I knew he was more then o,eased with his work you could sense his pride.

Eating will be challenging for the first month. You won't be able to eat much and you will be going to th bathroom to relieve yourself constantly. I still go #2 at least 5 times a day Sorry to sound so gross lol.

When I returned home I went to see my gyno/ endo who also used to fix srs surgeries by

Doctors in the USA and she was beside herself. She said my results are spectacular.

I'm very self conscious of it because I'm. Not used to it and how it looks so I always think somethingnisnwrong. But she assures me that it all looks the same and not every vagina looks like a playboy models. Lol

The scar on my stomach is healing well and the scarring is diminishing. What I really loved about my surgery isnthatbi have no outer suture scars. He did the suturing of my majora on the inside of the lips. It's fantastic. The only thing I'm nervous abiutnisnthe size of my clit. To me it's rather large but birth him and my local dr disagrees. Again im comparing to most women. Im hoping it goes down a bit in the next few months and I realize that only 2 mo post op.

My clit is toooo sensitive. I've orgasmed 4 times now by stimulating myself right above my clit which was super intense. I can't touch my Clint yet. Soon I hope. But the sensitivity has been going down a bit to a point where should be tolerable soon.

As far as smell goes , my dr can't smellit buti can. There's so much stuff going on down there. The worst is the pee smell that I'm trying to handle with understanding mire thorough cleaning including under my clit and on my urethra. Im crazy clean so this drives me nutts. But I'm handling its gotten way better. The other smell more in the beginning of healing was this fishy smell. Eichnisncaused by leftover ky jelly. So rice and douche with water to get it all out.

I would suggest purchasing the ceramic stents (dildos) from the clinic. It's a set of 4 and the size difference is a trip. Then,eight is the same at 8.5" but the girth is what is really is for. I'm current,y on number 3 and it feels the best although number four looks like a monster lol. It will run ou around $250. I started dilating with the candle that they provided for the first week then moved onto the number 1 in the ceramic.

You will love preechas clinic and the staff at thebhospita are so caring. I'm really happy I went to preecha who also did my orchi 11 years ago. A bit of advice from my gyno: prior to me going for the surgery she prescribed me prem cream to out on my scrotal area to stretch the skin and make it more pliable for surgery. I'm so glad I did. I love having the look of both minors nd marjora. It's very p,easing

Good luck!!!!!

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Guest Shelley Anne   
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Ally,

Look me up when you get here, I'll be 8 days post op when you get the surgery.

Shelley

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i want to have my surgery at pai institute and they recomended the colon srs (cause i have a really short no no down there) and they told me i wont be able to have any depth . im afriad to get a bulge in my stomache after colon srs , cause i heard some girls get that ...

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Leah1026   
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i want to have my surgery at pai institute and they recomended the colon srs (cause i have a really short no no down there) and they told me i wont be able to have any depth . im afriad to get a bulge in my stomache after colon srs , cause i heard some girls get that ...

Why haven't they offered you the option of a skin graft?

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i want to have my surgery at pai institute and they recomended the colon srs (cause i have a really short no no down there) and they told me i wont be able to have any depth . im afriad to get a bulge in my stomache after colon srs , cause i heard some girls get that ...

Why haven't they offered you the option of a skin graft?

actually Dr.chettwut offerd that option , i contacted Dr.Kamol too he said either i go colon or skin graft , pai they only offered colon . and the only reason im considering PAI institute is that i know few girls that went there and had good results .

and kinda scared of Kamol cause i cant find that much reviews online . chettawut is great but still trying to read more reviews (choosing which doctor is the hardest thing everrrr) im hisitate mostly cause i dont want to regret choosing my doctor .

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