Metoidioplasty is a surgical procedure that is typically performed as part of gender confirmation surgery for transgender men. The procedure involves the release of the hormone testosterone, which results in the growth of the clitoris and its enlargement into a small penis. This procedure can also include urethral lengthening and scrotoplasty.
The Transgender Metoidioplasty consent form will typically outline the potential risks and complications associated with the procedure, such as bleeding, infection, nerve damage, and urinary complications. The form will also explain the benefits of the surgery, such as improved genital dysphoria and alignment with the patient's gender identity.