Transsexualism - Complications during Female to Male SRS
The primary complications during Female to Male SRS surgery is injury of the rectum, posterior urethra or bladder. Approximately 6% of patients who get urethral lengthening develop fistulas, 80% of which can be resolved without consequences. Even fewer patients experience stenosis (constriction or narrowing of the opening and passageway). Most heal without intervention and the others require minor corrective surgery. Rare of testicular implant protrusion.