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Serious Talk: Bottom Surgery

- Tue, 30 Jul 2019 12:10:35 EST zoklygxc No.406310
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How come through the decades of bottom surgery being conducted on patients haven't there be even the slightest increase in the process of making a neovagina look aesthetically pleasing? I recently read a lot of stories on /r/neovaginadisasters and it seems like from the inception of this surgical procedure and today it has plateaued. I would expect the surgeons and doctors responsible for this to at least have newer knowledge that could lead to the betterment and perfection of the process yet this still feels like how it was during the first one ever conducted.

I know a friend is holding out for CRISPR technology and has faith that technology will soon boom (if it hasn't already started that is), but it just boggles my mind that there hasn't even been the slightest improvement of the process.

Who honestly, as of right this moment, conducts the best bottom surgery to have an aesthetically pleasing vagina?
Edwin Fubberman - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 13:33:59 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406311 Reply
I'm afraid to even think about this at this point.

I don't think either a world where these operations can create vaginas and not just an obvious gash where your dick used to be OR a world where we're valid even without bottom surgery is one that I'll get to live in. But who knows?
Lillian Cresslelock - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 17:22:04 EST qvvMo5m0 No.406312 Reply
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These things take time and lots of money, and you have to remember we're a niche demographic.

CRISPR is the genome editing tool right? Yeah that's not gonna make you grow a vagina. It's more a force for mutations/sections of DNA. Would be good for treating cancers or perhaps removing a single problem gene. In theory the SRY gene COULD be removed with that method (maybe I'm not a geneticist) but that is not going to change you physically in all likelihood as that's only really important in the developmental stages.
Stem cell research would be a far better (but still WAAAY far off) bet. If there's going to be any hope we have to look for cis women with physical/genetic defects first. There's a woman that successfully brought a baby to term with an artificially created womb as she didn't have one on birth, but generally these proceeds are funded by the fat stacks of the patients, and for research bodies who believe they'll get the first paper published of a new technique. Again, trans people aren't a big issue on the radar and generally we're poor as fucking dirt.

The best surgeons according to trans forums are Behringer, Chettawatt and Suporn from what I remember. Honestly the names may have changed by now, haven't looked into it that much. Most are honestly fine at this point.
Improvements have been made, albeit slowly. I know in the UK you now don't have to have electrolysis on your taint to remove hairs, roughly 7 years ago you did.
You also have to remember that a lot of surgeons will have a two part surgery, with the second being your choice several months down the line. A lot of people will not choose to have the "aesthetic" part done, either because they don't want to go through the pain of surgery again, have too much commitments with work/family/etc, or can't afford to go back overseas if they got it in a foreign country.

Searching subcirclejerks literally devoted to horror stories is not going to make your decision making easier. It's like looking up car accidents and going "why would people even DRIVE? It's just not safe".
Very few cis vaginas are aesthetically pleasing (pic related, artist Jamie McCartney if you want to google. Apparently over 400 different castings of women, almost all look different, some even look like "bad" surgery vaginas)
Phyllis Grandhall - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 19:24:42 EST zoklygxc No.406313 Reply
We have treatments for male pattern baldness before we have treatments for cancer. Plus the news media makes this demographic seem not so niche.
Emma Weffingbanks - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 21:25:24 EST 7hJCOOod No.406315 Reply
Male pattern baldness is already easy to treat, the only reason it's not eliminated as a condition is because people are lazy af or they enjoy being bald.
Emma Weffingbanks - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 21:26:04 EST 7hJCOOod No.406316 Reply
You're put to sleep for the actual surgery part, it's the aftermath that people dread.
Beatrice Brazzlestack - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 21:33:50 EST zoklygxc No.406317 Reply
Can you please tell me how to treat it if you're at a point where you're not bald but from a distance you look it? Is that the point of no return?
Jenny Wocklepudging - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 15:35:47 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406320 Reply
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They probably mean hair transplants. Also I mean it really depends on your genetics. A lot of people say otherwise, and while it is rare to see THIS dramatic of a result, I think it's pretty much objective fact that HRT can reverse male pattern baldness, and it's already widely known to stop it in its tracks.

That said, if you catch it early enough, there are quite a few options for topical and oral DHT blockers that truly work wonders while you're waiting to start HRT. I started Revita 3 weeks ago and there are countless new hairs that have grown in, all about half an inch long at this point. I was really shocked to see such dramatic results. If I pull back my hair making sure to get all of the new growth there is no visible thinning at all at this point, even after less than a month. My head constantly itches, I initially thought it was a reaction to the chemicals but my scalp looks healthier than it has in ages, and anecdotal reports from people online say that it itches because there is so much new growth.
Jenny Wocklepudging - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 15:41:53 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406321 Reply
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from Revita, there's lots of other ones online
Jack Paggleferk - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 21:28:08 EST zoklygxc No.406322 Reply
Yeah, I think I might be past the point of no return and require hair plugs though I'm not completely bald like the man in the left side of the first image.
Reuben Gunkinpotch - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 15:03:37 EST VXOdpzl8 No.406323 Reply
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yeah, best of luck, go with hair plugs though if you have the money or finasteride or anything like that

I really really hope I caught it in time, i want my own hair so fucking bad, wearing wigs is peak hon

i mean no offense

there are SOME good ones but I'd be paranoid everyone would know, pic related lol
Lydia Duckcocke - Fri, 02 Aug 2019 19:30:09 EST NlPFu+lA No.406328 Reply
Don't do that yourself.
Polly Soppercocke - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 22:23:52 EST zoklygxc No.406336 Reply
Do you think it's possible to get a custom wig made that uses your own hair? I've been growing my hair out and it's been getting very long that I could probably get to cutting portions off while still retaining some length. My near baldness is only on the top portion of my head. A friend of mine basically called it the Hulk Hogan. But if there was some way to make a wig tailored for me that covers up what needs to be covered up made from my own hair folicals that might be cool.

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