Last year, the reality and YouTube star, Jazz Jennings, officially underwent her gender confirmation surgery.

The TV personality, who has lived most of her life identifying as a transgender female, documented her surgery on her television series and was incredibly open with all the complications her surgery brought with it.

Now, she has shared the results of her third gender confirmation surgery.

Keep scrolling for the full story...

Jazz Jennings has been making waves in the fight for LGBTQ awareness.

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Jazz, from Florida, is one of our countries most famous YouTube and television personalities who also happens to be a transgender woman.

Jazz has always remained true to herself.

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And has become well known for being one of the youngest publicly documented people to identify as transgender, as she was diagnosed with gender dysphoria at just 5-years-old.

She has opened up about her journey with gender identity in the past.

"When I was 2 years old, I went up to my mom and asked her, 'When is the good fairy going to come with her magic wand and change my penis into a vagina?'" The reality star told ABC News last year.

But, luckily for Jazz...

She has consistently had the undying love and support from her family, and has, therefore, been able to live out her life as the girl she wanted to be.

She began living as a girl from the age of 6...

And, in the process, became an advocate and voice for others in the LGBTQ community. "From the time I was six years old, I've been sharing my story. And you know at first I thought, 'Okay, this is all going to come to an end one day and then I'll be able to live my life.' But more and more I realized that I was given this platform for a reason and that I have a strong and powerful voice," Jazz said.

And, since rising to fame in the last decade...

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Jazz has used her platform to become a voice for others in the LGBTQ community, and regularly advocates and campaigns for issues that trans people like herself face every day.

And, in 2017, she made a momentous announcement.

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At the age of sixteen, Jazz revealed to the world that she would be officially undergoing gender confirmation surgery. For those of you who aren't familiar... Gender confirmation surgery helps a person to achieve the genitalia that better matches the gender with which they identify.

This was the final stepping stone in Jazz's gender transition.

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"This is really the last thing that will validate my identity as a woman. There is nothing else after this. I just get to be myself, be in the body that I've always wanted. And then I can live my life as just Jazz," she said.

She revealed on her YouTube channel that she would be getting "transfeminine bottom surgery."

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This particular surgery transforms existing male genitalia by reconstructing it into female genitalia, the ASPS says. So, as you can imagine, the procedure would be a long and grueling one.

Yet, despite the risks and the long road to recovery that laid ahead...

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Jazz officially underwent her surgery in 2018 and, remarkably, decided to document her journey on the fifth season of her award-winning TLC show, I Am Jazz.

Jazz shared her gender confirmation journey with the world.

And the episodes in her series documented the many hurdles she faced while preparing for the surgery.

And she has been incredibly open with the aftermath...

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Jazz proudly shared photos of her in a swimsuit, where her surgery scars can be visibly seen on her upper thighs. Captioning her post, which was reflecting on her journey throughout the past year, Jazz wrote, "These are my scars on full display in #2019. I'm proud of my scars and love my body just the way it is. I call them my battle wounds because they signify the strength and perseverance it took to finally complete my transition."

She looks incredible.

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And social media users were quick to praise the star, with many labeling her as an "inspiration." One user wrote,  "You are a model of courage, strength, perseverance and most of all, LOVE", while another commented, "So strong! So beautiful! #goddess."

But, despite how happy she is now...

The operation wasn't all plain sailing.

The surgery proved to be more complex than anticipated...

Due to the fact that Jazz had been receiving hormone blockers and estrogen from such a young age, her surgery was much more complicated than others.

And, despite an initially successful operation...

Jazz experienced many complications amid her recovery.

Everything seemed fine in the first couple of days following her procedure...

But complications with her wounds soon began to arise. "Her wounds were definitely separating and a blood blister began to form," her mom Jeanette said. In the intense fifth episode, Jazz could be seen being wheeled away into surgery to get an emergency operation.

She had to spend a further 10 days in the hospital...

And it took another thirteen days until doctors deemed her fit enough to fly back home.

But fast forward one year...

And Jazz is fully recovered, and happier than ever before, with the hopes that her surgery will help pave the way for the next generation of trans girls.

However, despite her openness with her transition...

Jazz hasn't, for obvious reasons, spoken much about the details surrounding the surgery complications.

The reality star has always remained subtle online...

But now, details from her surgery have finally been revealed.

Last month, the sixth season of I Am Jazz premiered...

And her doctors finally opened up about the details surrounding Jazz's complicated surgery.

In the preview, Jazz meets up with her surgeons, Dr. Marci Bowers and Dr. Jess Ting...

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And they discuss the complications she has been suffering post-surgery, and the preparations she needs to be making for her third procedure.

It's been a difficult journey for Jazz.

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And she can be seen crying out in pain as she gets examined by her surgeon.

The complications have caused the young woman so much pain...

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Dr. Bowers explained that Jazz "has had a very difficult surgical course," in the show. "She had a very incredible first surgery - it went seemingly very well, but there were problems. And that prompted a second surgery, which I was not a part of, unfortunately."

And her surgeons admitted that they weren't expecting such severe complications.

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"Taking Jazz on as a patient for surgery, we knew it was going to be a one-of-a-kind surgery," Dr. Ting explained. "We don't have the experience of having said we've done fifty of these. I was just not expecting her to have a complication as severe as what she did have."

Sitting down with Jazz and her parents, Dr. Bowers can be seen acknowledging her complications.

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“This has been a real journey, hasn’t it? We knew it would be tough — it turned out tougher than any of us imagined," she said, while the rest of the family listened on sombrely.

And she admitted that Jazz should never have been sent home from the hospital in the first place.

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“I think in hindsight we would have never sent you home from the hospital. You know, easy to say now. When I wasn’t here when you had problems and had to go back, I can’t tell you how stressful that was."

As for Jazz's parents...

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It's been a difficult journey watching their daughter suffer through such serious health complications.

The producers can be heard asking Jazz’s Dad, Greg, if the doctors’ “mea culpa" was important to them under the circumstances.

“You know, it’s nice to hear, ‘I did something,’ and acknowledging that," Greg says. “On the other hand, there’s the medical side and an expectation that really should have been met."

This was far from the end of the journey for Jazz...

Last year, the star announced she was taking a year off from school and deferring her Harvard admission to focus on her mental health.

And during her year break...

It appears that she had undergone her third gender confirmation surgery.

Jazz took to Instagram yesterday to share a snap from her hospital bed.

Alongside the picture, Jazz thanked everyone who had supported her through the years.

Her third surgery was for "cosmetics," Jazz explained.

"I’m feeling so great after completing my third surgery! This third procedure was for cosmetics, and I’m super happy with the results. Thank you to everyone who has followed my journey and supported me along the way," she wrote.

Jazz has had an unbelievable journey.

And it's great to see that she's finally on the mend.