|Category||Prevention and Public Health|
|Keywords||Gender dysphoria Reconstructive surgery Voiding dysfunction|
|Target Audience||Urologists, OBGYN, Nursing and Physical Therapists|
|Aims and Objectives|
Gender dysphoria become a commonly treated condition in urology and gynaecology practice and the access to reconstructive surgery allows an increased number of patients to undergo a gender confirmation surgery. General recommendations concerning confirmation surgery can be obtained via www.wpath.org. The workshop specifies preoperative and postoperative care, indications for surgery, the actual surgical techniques, their outcomes including quality of life measurements, limitations and complications according to the surgical experiences of gender confirmation surgery and in the available literature. In male to female confirmation surgery the goals of building neovagina can be widely fulfilled even after failed initial surgery.