Great need for a competence center for trans people
Operation in the nearest hospital
The first hurdle in such operations is the financial aspect. Because of the transphobic attitude of many fellow human beings and offices it is, unfortunately, only too often reality that trans people are financially inferior because they lose their jobs after coming out and therefore no longer have work or have to do work which does not correspond to their education. In this case, one is dependent on the arbitrary treatment of the authorities and funds.
In the best-case scenarios, a gender-matched operation is offered, which must be carried out locally. Often even in the nearest hospital. General medical care is provided in such cases, but the local facilities simply lack experience in trans-specific interventions. This lack of competence on trans-specific issues cannot be offset by other core competences. It is of no avail to the patient if the surgeon is an excellent urologist, but in his whole career has only carried out a brief handful of gender-related surgeries. Unfortunately, the results will then unfortunately reflect this.
However, if you are in the lucky position to have the financial resources, there is the possibility to travel to specialists. Unfortunately these are distributed around the world. Each operation may also be combined with an enjoyable time in addition to the high cost, which should not be underestimated. Unfortunately these very interesting destinations, cannot really be enjoyed, even after a successful operation. And although these often are very interesting destinations, which one has to travel to in order to visit specialist doctors, the stay unfortunately cannot normally be combined with a vacation, because the physical limitations and pain often is so great after the surgery that combining it with a vacation just isn’t possible.
Even if one is always envied by friends and acquaintances, for example when you need to spend two months in Thailand. These two months, however, involve preparatory discussions for the operation, the operation itself and the subsequent stay in the hospital or clinic. Because of the pain one would not even give the slightest thought to calling this a vacation.
It therefore is important that there should be clinics in which the entire spectrum of trans-relevant know-how and operations are covered. In this way, all relevant operations could be combined meaningfully and efficiently and cost-effectively by truly competent specialists. In such competence centers, trans people offer us so much accumulated knowledge that the support for us trans people is not limited to the excellent surgical skills, but also includes the decades of experience of the specialists first encountered at the beginning of the consultation and finally leading to the appropriate result. Thank you, 2pass Clinic …!