Trans women and non-binary people assigned male at birth have a prostate and can get prostate problems. The prostate is not removed as part of genital reconstructive surgery and taking feminising hormones and testosterone blockers does not mean you won’t get prostate problems.
A change in how and when you urinate could be a sign of a prostate problem. The most common prostate problems are an enlarged prostate, prostatitis and prostate cancer.
Prostate problems are thought to be less likely to develop in trans women than in cis men. But it’s important to be aware that there is a risk, particularly as any urinary symptoms could be mistaken for side effects of genital reconstructive surgery.