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== Physical Results and Scars == Some of the [[scars|scarring]] depends on whether you get an abdominal, vaginal, or laparoscopic [[hysterectomy]] ([http://openmindedhealth.com/transgender-101-trans-people/#TAHBSO this link] has a lot of info). Be aware that an abdominal hysto resembles the scar of a C-section and may be viewed as a scar from giving birth. Laparoscopic scars (usually to remove ovaries and the upper part of the uterus) are more like two dime-sized-or-smaller dots on each side of your belly and one in your belly-button. As for the vaginectomy itself, the tissue of the labia minora/small ridges are rolled over into the center where the vaginal opening used to be. This is not always perfectly symmetrical; some people end up with one side fused into the middle but the other side still being much like pre-surgery. This can also result in tissue that can grow hair being in the midline (which can be weird, especially if unexpected!). There is usually still a small cavity/dip where the vaginal opening used to be. Scars are likely not super visible. If you had urethral lengthening, your new opening is probably not very visible at all.
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