How much does it cost to become a transgender? Sexual reassignment surgery (SRS, or GRS for ‘gender’) for trans women and trans femme people costs upwards of around $30,000, which many will find a daunting check to write, but the benefits will completely outweigh the costs. Other surgeries such as top surgery will cost between $9000 to $10,000.

How do people afford transgender surgery? 

Consider these options to pay for gender-affirming surgery and care:
  1. Online personal loan.
  2. Credit union personal loan.
  3. Credit card.
  4. CareCredit.
  5. Home equity line of credit.
  6. Family loan.

What is bottom surgery for female to male? FTM Bottom Surgery

Phalloplasty creates a penis and urethra (to stand while urinating). We use tissue from your forearm or thigh. We do this in 2 stages. Metoidioplasty takes your existing genital tissue and makes it longer, turning it into a defined phallus.

How long does it take to transition from female to male? Guidelines recommend people spend 12 months on hormone therapy before they get genital reassignment surgery (GRS). This operation involves recreating a person’s genitals to that of the opposite sex. Removal of the gonads may be done as well.

How much does it cost to become a transgender? – Additional Questions

How much does MTF bottom surgery cost?

In general, you can expect total costs of $6,400 to $24,900 for FTM bottom surgery and around $25,000 for MTF bottom surgery (Leis, 2022-a; Leis, 2022-b).

How can I fundraise for top surgery?

6 Creative Ways to Raise Money for Your Gender-Affirming Surgery
  1. Create and sell original art. Use your talents to get surgery sponsors.
  2. Throw a party!
  3. Get goofy.
  4. Itemize out what your surgery expenses are.
  5. Use significant numbers.
  6. Rent or sell stuff you don’t need.

Does insurance cover hormone therapy for transgender?

Gender-affirming surgeries and hormone therapy can be an essential part of a trans person’s transition, but those procedures can be costly, and many private insurance plans don’t cover them.

How many genders are there?

There are many different gender identities, including male, female, transgender, gender neutral, non-binary, agender, pangender, genderqueer, two-spirit, third gender, and all, none or a combination of these.

Do you have to be diagnosed with gender dysphoria to get surgery?

Many insurance companies require you to submit specific documentation before they will cover a gender-affirming surgery. This documentation includes: Health records that show consistent gender dysphoria. Letter of support from a mental health provider, such as a social worker or psychiatrist.