Female to Male (FTM) surgery represents a collection of gender affirming surgeries that serve to reduce the feminine features of trans men and help them enjoy a more masculine body. There are two types of FTM surgery which is FTM top surgery (above the wast) and FTM bottom surgery (below the waist). The most common top surgery is chest masculinization, which happens through mastectomy (removing the breast tissue) and chest contouring to create a masculine torso. The areolae can be reduced in the process if they are too pronounced. FTM bottom surgery includes procedures like hysterectomy (removing the uterus), oophorectomy (removing one or both ovaries), vaginectomy (removing the vagina), metoidioplasty (clitorial release surgery), and phalloplasty (constructing a penis).