INTERSEX (SEX DETERMINATION & CHANGE)
Sex Change surgery allows you to change into the appearance of the sex you are identified with, which sometimes occurs in some children who are actually males but have been identified as females due to the underdeveloped organs resulting in deficiency of hormones and vice versa. We also do sex reassignment surgeries for those who have fully developed organs but constituently indentify oneself as the opposite sex. Sex Change is a procedure that changes a person’s genital organs and breasts from one gender to another. Gender reassignment is offered to a number of people including newborns with intersex problems, adult men and women who have biologically different sex than they are psychologically and emotionally in tune to.
Sex reassignment surgery (initialized as SRS; also known as gender reassignment surgery (GRS), genital reconstruction surgery, sex affirmation surgery, gender confirmation surgery, sex realignment surgery or commonly known as sex change) is a term for the surgical procedures by which a person’s physical appearance and function of their existing sexual characteristics are altered to resemble that of the other sex. It is part of a treatment for gender identity disorder/gender dysphoria in transsexual and transgender people. It may also be performed on intersex people, often in infancy and without their consent. A 2013 statement by the United Nations condemns the nonconsensual treatment of “normalization” surgery to treat intersexuality.