Bruce Jenner Sex Change News: Dangerous Gender Reassignment Surgery to Turn him Into Bridgitte?

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By Sonalee singh | April 4, 2014 4:18 PM EST

Bruce Jenner reportedly wanted to called Bridgitte after going through the alleged sex change. The latest buzz suggested Jenner is taking help from a sex coach to change his gender.

According to Star Magazine, Jenner has already reached out to Renee Richards, his long time friend and transgender rights advocate, for assistance, reported by Daily Mail.

Jenner and Richards have known each other since they played tennis in the U.S. Open. As both had a sprawling sports career in past, they can relate to each other. The magazine has further added Jenner is considering gender reassignment surgery. Richards has reportedly suggested it is a serious life-altering procedure and Jenner should undergo it if he is absolutely sure about changing his gender.

"She said someone should consider antidepressants first, because life could become an irreversible train-wreck if you're not completely certain about having the surgery, "reported the Web site.

Also, sources have claimed Jenner plans to change his name from Bruce to Bridgitte. The news of Jenner's sex change plans surfaced when he was spotted coming out of a Beverly Hills clinic with a bandage wrapped around his throat.

 The sources had speculated that former Olympian has gone through Adam's apple reduction. But according to TMZ, Jenner went under an operation to change the shape of his trachea.

Meanwhile, he was recently spotted holding hands with Kris Jenner while coming out of LAX airport. The ex couple had apparently gone on a family vacation to Thailand and their holding hands sparked reconciliation rumors.

But it could be possible that the ex-couple was holding hands in a friendly manner as while separating they had cited there is no bad blood between them.

Bruce and Jenner separated in October 2013 after 22 years of marriage.

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