Orchiectomy is the surgical removal of both testicles.
Typically, the surgery takes less than an hour under anesthesia and patients go home the same day. After surgery patients are asked to avoid any heavy exercise for about 2-3 weeks.
Orchiectomy allows transwomen to stop taking hormones that block testosterone such as Spironolactone and Lupron.
No. It is important to preserve scrotal skin if possible, to use at the time of the vaginoplasty.
Usually but our office will confirm with your insurance before you have surgery.
Yes! He accepts all major insurances including Medicare and Medicaid.