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Sex Reassignment Surgery Packages

Transgender people who are involved in the issue of gender identity conflict bring their bodies closer to their gender identity through the sex reassignment surgery. On the other hand, Sex reassignment is carried out in Iran with the low cost and high quality. In the following, we deal with Sex reassignment surgery in Iran.

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Who is called transgender?

Transgender people, also known as transsexuals are people whose bodies and sexual organs are different from their gender personality. This means that a transgender person may have a male or female genitalia, but his or her gender is the opposite of his or her genitals and he or she tends to undergo sex reassignment surgery (SRS). As a result, transgender people are seen in both sexes – men and women. It is said that out of 100,000 births, 4 to 5 are transgender people who want to undergo sex reassignment surgery. The SRS helps a person get closer to his or her gender personality, and is a rebirth for him or her, both individually and socially.

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In terms of the price of health services, Healtha aims to offer the most competitive prices with other countries so that the price of Healtha services is much lower than the price of similar services around the world.

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Treatment

$ 20113 -23443

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Treatment + 3 Star Hotel

$ 20751 - 24081

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Treatment + 5 Star Hotel

$ 21262- 24592

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What does it mean to be transgender?

Transgender people are people whose gender identity is different from the gender they were thought to be at birth. “Trans” is often used as shorthand for transgender.

When we’re born, a doctor usually says that we’re male or female based on what our bodies look like. Most people who were labeled male at birth turn out to actually identify as men, and most people who were labeled female at birth grow up to be women. But some people’s gender identity – their innate knowledge of who they are – is different from what was initially expected when they were born. Most of these people describe themselves as transgender.

What's the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity?

Gender identity and sexual orientation are two different things. Gender identity refers to your internal knowledge of your own gender—for example, your knowledge that you’re a man, a woman, or another gender. Sexual orientation has to do with whom you’re attracted to. Like non-transgender people, transgender people can have any sexual orientation. For example, a transgender man (someone who lives as a man today) may be primarily attracted to other men (and identify as a gay man), may be primarily attracted to women (and identify as a straight man), or have any other sexual orientation.

What does "gender transition" mean?

Transitioning is the time period during which a person begins to live according to their gender identity, rather than the gender they were thought to be at birth. While not all transgender people transition, a great many do at some point in their lives. Gender transition looks different for every person. Possible steps in a gender transition may or may not include changing your clothing, appearance, name, or the pronoun people use to refer to you (like “she,” “he,” or “they”). Some people are able to change their identification documents, like their driver’s license or passport, to reflect their gender. And some people undergo hormone therapy or other medical procedures to change their physical characteristics and make their body better reflect the gender they know themselves to be.

Transitioning can help many transgender people lead healthy, fulfilling lives. No specific set of steps is necessary to “complete” a transition—it’s a matter of what is right for each person. All transgender people are entitled to the same dignity and respect, regardless of which legal or medical steps they have taken.

What medical treatments do some transgender people seek when transitioning?

While transition-related care is critical and even life-saving for many transgender people, not everyone needs medical care to transition or live a fulfilling life.

Different transgender people may need different types of transition-related care. People should make decisions about their care based on their individual needs. Medical procedures can include:

 

hair growth or removal treatments

hormone therapy

various surgeries to make one’s face, chest, and anatomy more in line with one’s gender identity

 

Sex Reassignment Surgery in Iran

First of all, it should be noted that SRS is a heavy operation for transgender people. Also, the act of gender reassignment only changes the appearance of the genitals for transgender people. As a result, for example, a person who is born a woman from the beginning remains a woman, but with gender reassignment surgery, his body is as close as possible to the man’s body to keep pace with his personality and psyche.

SRS is different for both men and women who intend to change their gender to the opposite sex. People who are born with a female genitalia from the beginning but whose gender personality and psyche are male and who intend to change their gender from female to male should consider that the SRS doesn’t provide them with a complete male genital. Also, after transgender gender change from female to male, one cannot conceive another. In the case of another group of transgender people, that is, people who are male and intend to change their gender from male to female, the body becomes more like a female body with SRS. However, it should be noted that after the SRS from man to woman, the person will still not have a uterus and ovaries and will not be able to conceive.

What is the cost of gender reassignment surgery in Iran?

Due to the fact that the SRS is not a cheap operation in recent years in Iran, government centers such as Welfare provide financial assistance for transgender people to undergo SRS. Although the amount of these finance may not be enough to fully cover the cost of gender reassignment surgery in Iran, the existence of these financing shows that these centers in Iran pay attention to transgender people. It should not be forgotten that this attention is very important.

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