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We would like you to see these clips from the show Thailand’s Got Talent.


If the first clip is not long enough , I would like you to see the full coverage clip in the next one.

The next three pictures show how she look like after the Mtf operation.

Do you notice any clue indicates that she used to be a male?


We wish that she will success in her career.
The following clip is her shows in the semi-final round.

The next clip is her interview about MtF decision and operation.

Enjoy the show.

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This is the interview documentary in “AT TEN” or ” Tee – Sip” talk show televised thru television Channel 3 about the young girl who has gone thru sex reassignemnt process. It took her two years to become full MAN. This is one of many success cases from Yan Hee hospital in Bangkok. Enjoy the three parts show.

PART I.
Many Japanese Girls and Korean Girls come to Thailand for F to M operation at Yanhee Hospital.One of the success cases tell her/his story on television interview for the first time in Thailand. Mr. F to M, dressed to protect his identity and Doctor who operated on her with the interviewer.

PART 2
Interview people how they are thinking of this sex reassignment .Doctor explain how the new male sexsual organ is being constructed with the silicone stick and the patient tissues. After that the new organ is attached to the girl sexual organ.

PART 3
The opinion from the patient and doctor after operation.

PATIENT Opinion:
1) She/he decided to take this operation because she want to fullfill her dream to become a man. Not because of sexual satisfaction. After operation for one year he never have any sex with any girl or boy and he does not have any girl friend.
2) During this one year, he never has any single moment of regret in this transgender operation.

DOCTOR Opinion:
1) The reason that she went to have this full operation because she had a Gender Identity Disorder (GID) sickness. It is not because she is a “TOM BOY”.

The difference between GID and Tom Boy is:

GID is a person who has a confusion of Gender Identity, while Tom Boy is a behavior of copying other personality. This behavior is very dangerous and not advice to have the transgender operation. Because once the patient change their mind or give up this behavior, they can not go back to the original gender. It is a no return operation.
2) This interview intention to educate people not motivate them to have the sexual transgender operation. It is for the GID patients only. It is a painful and expensive operation and can not be reverse.

credit : http://www.zabjung.com/

SHORT LIST OF FtM DOCTORS IN THAIALND
COMPILE BY FtM International

Dr. Pichet Rodochareon MD Head of Division of Plastic Surgery Rajavithi Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand +661-813-0373 pichet81@asiaaccess.net.th 662905070099 pichet@bangkokplasticsurgery.com http://www.bangkokplasticsurgery.com chest FTM surgery

Dr. Preecha Tiewtranon MD Chollada Clinic 70/4, Sukhumvit Soi 1, Sukumvit Road Bangkok 10110 Thailand 662-2525560, 5 Preecha Aesthetic Institute – 7th floor, Bangkok Nursing Home Buliding 9/1 Convent Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500 Thailand +662 582 1001 http://www.pai.co.th consult@pai.co.th ansdr@samart.co.th chest FTM surgery

Dr. Sukit Worathamrong MD 454 Charansanitwong Road Soi 90 Bang-O, Bangplad Bangkok 10700 Thailand 434-9196-9 chest FTM surgery

Dr. Paisarn Asavapakuna MD 1575/52 Paholyothin Road, Samsaennai, Payathai, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand (662) 279-2349, 279-2155, 618-4209 F(662) 618-4210 FTM surgery

Dr. Greechart Pornsinsirirak MD Yan Hee General Hospital, 454 CharunsanitwongRoad (Soi 90), Bang-O Bangpad, Bangkok, 10700, Thailand Tel : +66 (0)28790300 Ext 1035 Fax : +66 (0)2 8790395 E-Mail : greechartp@yahoo.com http://www.yanhee.net/serv_sexreass.htm FTM surgery

Dr. Prakob Thongphiew MD, Bumrungrad Hospital 33 Sukumvit Soi 3, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand (66-2) 667-1000 F(66-2)667-1299 info@bumrungrad.com (atn Pat Pongsatit, International Patient Services) FTM surgery

Dr. Chettawut Tulayaphanich MD Vibhavadi II Hospital Bangkok http://www.chet-plasticsurgery.com FTM surgery

Dr. Sirachai Sirachai Jindarak MD Deja General Hospital Bangkok http://www.sexchange-bangkok.com SRS FTM surgery

Dr. Paiboon Chitprapai MD Bangkok Hospital http://www.bangkokhospital.com/english/uro/uro_sexchange.asp SRS FTM Surgery

Dr. Pichet Rodchareon MD Vibhavadi II Hospital Bangkok http://www.bangkokplasticsurgery.com FTM surgery

Dr. Bhumsak Saksri MD Vibhavadi II Hospital Bangkok http://neopsc.com FTM surgery

Dr. Kamol Pansritum MD Bangkok Hospital http://www.mtfsurgery.com FTM surgery

Dr. Sanguan Kunaporn MD Phuket Plastic Surgery Center 20/44 Mae Luan Road, Phuket 83000, Thailand +66 76 221631 F+66 76 236145 (66-1) 6913461 info@phuket-plasticsurgery.com http://phuket-plasticsurgery.com FTM Surgery

Dr. Choomchoke JANWIMALUANG MD Ban Don Hospital Koh Samui, Thailand http://www.srsthailand.com FTM surgery

Dr. Jirapong POONY MD Pattaya International Hospital Pattaya, Thailand http://www.pattaya-inter-hospital.co.th FTM surgery

Dr. Suporn WATANYUSAKUL MD Aikchol Hospital Chonburi, Thailand http://srs-thailand.com FTM surgery

Fiona-Wendolyn Kim PhD at Dr Suporn Clinic, Chonburi, Thailand fwkim@kim-lertsubin.com

The term for FTM in Thai is Tom. (Peter Jackson Genders and S in Modern Thailand (1999, ed. with Nerida Cook), Multicultural Queer: Australian Narratives (1999, ed. with Gerard Sullivan), and Lady Boys, Tom Boys, Rent Boys: Male and Female in Contemporary Thailand (1999, ed. with Gerard Sullivan). http://wwwsshe.murdoch.edu.au/intersections/Intersections Peter.Jackson@anu.edu.au

Kulavir P. Pipat Chiang Mai Univ Chiang Mai, Thailand kulavair@chiangmai.ac.th

Thomas Shulich Chiang Mai Univ Thailand ThaiResearch@hotmail.com

Sam Winter Prof U Hong Kong sjwinter@hku.hk

Please help FTM International expand our resources and keep our resources up to date. Kindly send revisions and new listings to info@ftmi.org and any comments or further information.

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These are the pictures took during the she male beauti contest that I copied from the website ……. . I am surprise on the transgender operation which all were done by the Thai’s doctors. Of course, I have heard about the unsuccessful operations as well. But those were done by unprofessional doctors and the cost of operation is so cheap.

NEVER TRUST THE UNPROFESSIONAL DOCTORS AND STREET-SIDE CLINICS.

Enjoy the lovely pictures.

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This  article is the reprint of the e-how from Yahoo. com.

How to Get a Sex Change Operation

ds_rogerje8949 Contributor

By Roger Jewell, eHow Contributing Writer

(5 Ratings)
 

Deciding to undertake a sex change operation, whether from male-to-female or female-to-male, is a very emotional one. Many prospective gender changers have serious issues concerning their gender orientation and have had such issues since they were very young. Thus, the decision to have a gender change is a serious matter that must not be taken lightly.

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Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
Instructions

Things You’ll Need:

  • Strong gender identity
  • Medical insurance coverage (if possible) or ability to pay
  • Pre-operative counseling
  • Post-operative counseling
  • Hormonal therapy

    Get a Sex Change Operation

  1. Step 2

    Paying for your operation can be completed in several ways. Three choices are paying by cash, financing or medical insurance coverage. Often, new gender transition operations are available in other countries for less cost than in the United States. However, there may be additional risks by going abroad for the operation. Surgical and physician standards in other countries may be less stringent than in the United States.The cost of a sex change operation in the U.S. ranges from male to female costs of $37,000 while operations changing from female to male are much more often exceeding $77,000. Unfortunately, only a few health insurance plans cover sex change operations. (more…)

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What is Medical Tourism ?

Medical Tourism is the practice of travelling across the borders to obtain healthcare services in another country where medical expenses are relatively lower and the services sought are equivalent to or better than those available in one’s own country.

The Thai government began strategic plans since 2004 to promote Thailand as a prime medical tourism destination. Since then, the country has enjoyed a large number of visitors in this category. The Department of Export Promotion and the Department of Health Service Support reported a rapid growth of 16.48% during 2001-2009 for health services delivery to foreigners: 

Year No. of Foreign Patients Estimate Income (mil Bth.)
2003 973,532 110,058
2004 1,103,095 198,054
2005 1,249,984 309,318
2006 1,330,000 12,939
2007 1,373,807 106,640
2008 1,380,000 107,419
2009 1,390,000 108,197

 

Thailand is now widely acclaimed among the international community as the medical hub in Asia, with significant advantages including the availability of modern equipment and specialties, easy entrance, competitive prices, and great hospitality from service operators and personnel. These, when coupled with the well-established fact that Thailand is a superb tourist destination with serene beaches and mountains, intriguing arts and culture, food, entertainment, and shopping, make Thailand a great medical tourism destination.  
Source: The Royal Thai Embassy, Washington D.C., http://www.thaiembdc.org

 

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State backs medical tourism promotion

Low prices keeps demand stable

  • Published By Bangkok Post : 24/11/2009 at 12:00 AM
  • Newspaper section: Business

The government is working with hospitals and tourism operators to introduce medical tourism packages aimed at boosting the sector’s earnings to at least 24 billion baht.

The public-private collaboration, led by the Institute for Small and Medium Enterprises Development, the Thai Hotels Association, the Association of Thai Travel Agents and the Private Hospitals Association, plans to introduce the packages next May.

Medical tourism is a fast-growing industry and Thailand is recognised for the quality and value of its treatments, said Sumatarat Sitabut, a senior consultant at Institute for Small and Medium Enterprises Development.

Some 1.2 million foreign patients visited Thailand last year, spending an average of 200,000 baht per person on all expenses, he said. This year, the number of visitors will decrease slightly due to the global downturn, but the institute predicts the figure will rise to 1.5 million in 2010.

“Thailand has very high potential because [the prices of ] medical services here are 10% to 25% lower than rivals such as Singapore. Besides, there are many facilities and tourist destinations to help patients recover,” he said.

A foreign patient is typically accompanied by at least three people. Some patients have as many as six to 10 caregivers. The convalescence period ranges from 10 to 60 days and the patients and caregivers want to travel to relax, he said.

The participating bodies are aiming to introduce medical tourism packages next May, Mr Sumatarat said.

The campaign will be divided into two phases and target customers will be approached directly to buy the packages.

In the first phase, Thailand will promote medical tourism packages among foreigners whose medical treatments will cost at least US$6,000 in their home countries.

The second phase will target retirees who want to recover or relax in Thailand.

“Medical tourism in Thailand has been popular for five years. The customers who came here for treatments and check-ups were mostly from the Middle East,” he said. “At present, the country has patients from many countries and the main markets are North America, Japan and the Middle East.”

Heart surgery and knee and prostate operations are the most common treatments for patients from North America. Japanese come for the local dentists, who can be as much as five times cheaper than in Japan, said Mr Sumatarat.

Thailand is also well-known for plastic surgery and sex change operations, he said.

Samitivej Hospital recently approached ATTA and asked the association to jointly develop tour packages. This shows that there is strong demand, said ATTA president Surapol Sritrakul. If the new packages are launched next year, the collaboration will lead to better cooperation and productivity.

About the author

Writer: Chadamas Chinmaneevong

Position: Reporter, From  Bangkok Post.

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