Vocal surgery outcomes in trans women

The field of voice feminization surgery for trans women has been an area of active development in recent years. While testosterone thickens the vocal cords in both cis men and trans men on testosterone, producing a deeper pitch, this is a one-way process: no amount of estrogen can reverse it. Vocal cord surgery to raise vocal pitch is meant to fill this need, and a recent study details the outcome of these surgeries on voice quality in trans women.


About Zinnia Jones

My work focuses on insights to be found across transgender healthcare, public health, psychiatry, and history of medicine, integrating these many perspectives and guided by the lived experiences of trans people. I live in Orlando with my family, and work mainly in technical writing.
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