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Avodart (dutasteride) by Fuck Duckfield - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 14:59:59 EST ID:LWWft1op No.378987 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /cd/!

I've been on hrt about 3 years and just switched to Avodart(dutasteride). Yesterday, I got so dizzy I couldn't stand and today I was so sickly/dizzy/psuedo-trippy-feeling I couldn't get out of bed for like 2-3 hours. Has anyone else had such a shitty reaction as me? If this is the dutasteride, I'll have to switch back to finasteride, but I was kind of looking forward to the switch.

Anyway, thoughts?
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Archie Fungerbodge - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 17:54:26 EST ID:KfIhhgAx No.378990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378987
If you just switched in the past week or so that might be a normal adjustment to a new medication. It's happened to me with other things, just not dutasteride. Don't worry just yet
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Archie Brannersune - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 21:36:18 EST ID:yHJn4qw3 No.378993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finasteride was nothing. Dutasteride took me a while to adjust to, maybe not 100% there yet.
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Fuck Drenningstock - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 23:00:56 EST ID:27jwOMeN No.378996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My doctor (Horowitz at Cedars) prescribed me Avodart in lieu of Spiro which was really screwing with my electrolyte levels. I've been happy with it because of the lack of side effects, however it's expensive as shit and my insurance won't cover it.
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Wesley Nicklecocke - Sat, 04 Oct 2014 01:15:31 EST ID:KfIhhgAx No.378997 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378996
Horowitz was one of the few good things about LA ;-; I'm scared of my new doctor in another state because he's supposed to be horsepee oldschool.

Horowitz was also cool with me just ordering dutasteride online, which works out to like $0.90 a day or whatever.


Through a Bat's Eyes by Emma Siddlekine - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:14:21 EST ID:Ruy3nqW/ No.378851 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Humor me here:

If you discovered a way to turn into a bat, would you truly be a bat? You might fly, eat, and sleep like a bat. You might even learn to live as a bat. Are you truly a bat, or a human experiencing life as a bat?

Further, can the human unlearn the old ways and embrace the life of a bat completely? Or will there always be a 'knowing', a place in your mind that would remain human?

Transparent maybe, but I think it's something that should be read. Not trying to piss in anyone's cheerios here. I came to the conclusion that transitioning isn't right for me, and doubtless there are others like me. Transition or not, it's a hard lot to be dealt. Stay strong, stay true to yourself, and always strive for better.
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Polly Grimfoot - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 07:39:05 EST ID:s7ghGI8V No.378940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378851
If I discovered a way to turn into a bat, then no. I would not be a bat. However, if I desired enough to be a bat, and the thought of me not being a bat leads to severe depression and hate for my own body, then turning into a bat might help me be happier. Even just other bats or other people looking at me and saying I'm a bat would help.

I can't be arsed speaking in metaphors the entire time, so basically, yes I know I'll never be a "true" girl, and that fucking hurts. However, I've been presenting as full time for a girl for over a year now and it has made me a happier person overall. Once I get the surgery I have a tiny tiny chance of eventually shaking off my depression that has plagued me since I was about 10.
The only person in the entire world that cares whether or not you're a girl is yourself. I'm lucky enough to pass 99% of the time so I don't have to worry about other people seeing me as one either, but the mere knowledge that I'm trans does spiral me into a depression, so I will do everything in my power to alleviate this constant stress, this constant worry, this constant feeling of inadequacy.

I think I've pretty much already "embraced the life of a bat" anyway. Being a girl really isn't much different than being a guy. I never had many male mannerisms, and that doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things because lots of girls have at least some stereotypically male mannerisms, cis or trans.
I will always have that niggling voice in my head saying "you're not a real girl" and I know it'll always be there, regardless of when I get surgery, but I can muffle that voice, I can silence it, and over time, I will hear it less and less and less. It will be an uphill struggle, and I will only ever get a compromise, I'll never be able to bear children or get a period and I'll never lose my childhood of growing up male, but I transition in the hope that it will be enough. I'm not ever planning on being entirely "happy". I just want to be less depressed.
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Molly Clurrymare - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 06:39:36 EST ID:fVHKrhhg No.378969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378940
what do you think about ugly people, bro? Do you think that ugly people are all fucking stoked on being ugly?

Or you think they say "well, I feel beautiful on the inside, therefor i must be entitled to appear equally attractive on the outside"? Do you think that maybe they would like to be more attractive?

Do you think that if i feel ugly, and if i work myself into enough of a self obsessed state over being ugly, that i should be entitled to not being ugly any more? That I have clinical depression because I've decided that all of my problems are based on being ugly, and that if i were beautiful on the outside (because I am, in my own belief, beautiful on the inside), then I would no longer suffer this depression?

Do you think that ugly people deserve governmentally subsidized cosmetic surgery because they don't appear as beautiful on the outside as they feel on the inside? And don't tell me that being beautiful or ugly is different to gender because beauty is subjective. Gender is just as subjective as beauty. That's not something you can begin to argue against: the subjectivity of gender is almost everything /tg/ endorses.

So tell me, bro, what am I, a person who is much more beautiful on the inside than i appear on the outside, to do? It's killing me. Every day, I know that if people saw me as beautiful, then i wouldn't have such a huge list of shit things happen to be as a result of me being physically unattractive. I need surgery, right? I'll kill myself if you don't make my boobs bigger, and if my nose stays this shape, and if my legs weren't as short.

It's got nothing to do with me accepting who I am, and accepting that aesthetics are only skin deep, and accepting that some people are much better on the inside than they appear from afar.


fuck off. people who "need" to look like a woman to be female are as bad as people who "need" to look good to feel like they are a good person. it's the most hypocritical thing in the world. You are a woman. That has nothing to do with what you look like. You are a good person, a beautiful person, and that has nothing to do with what you look like.
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Molly Hemmleworth - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 07:01:39 EST ID:s7ghGI8V No.378971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378969
you said it yourself, given the choice, you would choose to not be ugly. People take pills for all sorts of shit to make them "less ugly". Burn victims get surgeries to make them look more "normal", fuck people with missing arms usually get prosthetic arms. Rarely do prosthetics actually help unless you get very expensive ones, usually they're a glorified lump of plastic.
Everyone strives to look better. I'm sorry but it's fucking fact. Some people may not be as extreme as trans people, but people buy push-up bras, learn to contour with makeup, wear clothes that elongate your body or legs so you look more attractive. I'll admit, I'm a bit vain, but only because of the years of torment of being in my opinion incredibly hideous. Before hormones I felt sick to the stomach every time I had to look in a mirror. I've had (and still struggle with) an eating disorder, I know what it feels to be ugly. I didn't ever accept the fact and carry on with my life because I knew I COULD change it, so I did, and that's made me happier.

Changing your appearance for vanity or for looks isn't being "untrue" to yourself. For many people, they are a lot happier, and whether that's because they're more stereotypically attractive or not, it doesn't fucking matter, because it makes them happier.
>people who "need" to look like a woman to be female are as bad as people who "need" to look good to feel like they are a good person
The need is to be recognised and acknowledged that I'm a woman, and looking like one means that it will happen. It means when strangers talk to me they will assume I'm a woman, and to myself, if I look like a woman, it does help solidify in my mind that I am one. I'm incredibly insecure about myself. I don't have the mental willpower to say "I'm a woman no matter how I look". If I didn't pass by now I probably would have offed myself.

I'm not saying that every trans person should transition right here and right now. There are personal and environmental circumstances where it may not be the right time.
If you can accept yourself as who you are, then fu…
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Molly Clurrymare - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 07:34:22 EST ID:fVHKrhhg No.378972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378971
it's the same argument i used to have with my ex every time she'd take more than a half hour to get ready to go out.
"Darling, you look fine, no matter what you do, everyone around is going to think the same of you, it doesn't matter what you wear"
and she'd be like
"but i don't FEEL fine. and if it takes me another 15 minutes to be able look in the mirror and say 'I look good', then it's worth those 15 minutes because i will act more confidently and THAT is what will change the way people see me"
and i'd say
"but isn't that logic reason enough to just stop worrying about what clothes you're wearing"
and she'd say
"no, because i can't just magically logic up self esteem through sheer willpower, i have to beleive i look fine, regardless"
and i would say
"oh. well....


i'll be in the car"

cis male here if you havent guessed. i'm retarded at trying to see where you are all coming from in these debates. but at least i try right?
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Jarvis Gendlewark - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 10:20:28 EST ID:PlnWdDkE No.378974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378969
its way easier to be ugly and cis than to be trans though. If youre trans, you basically see every little male cue in your face as a huge defect. Even if you know that, it can not be changed by willpower or anything other people tell you.
This whole thing has a mental component that can not be overcome. Even if you pass, it often is not enough (of course, thats still a lot better than not passing).
An ffs surgeon I met actually told me that I look really good and should never get surgery on my face. I cant help it though, I will get some form of FFS, just to be able to live with myself.
>Gender is just as subjective as beauty.
Funny, people get treatment if they suffer from BDD, at least where I am from. And Id like to point out that probably most transwomen have that problem too. It can not be beaten with willpower. Or with strong-man talk. This is just not how it works. tbh, this kind of reminds me of those people that tell other people to just not be depressed all the time.

>You are a woman. That has nothing to do with what you look like.
Even ugly women look like women though.

>You are a good person, a beautiful person, and that has nothing to do with what you look like.
Thats something I can work with: yes, my insides (good/bad beautiful or not) have nothing to do with what I look like, which is the entire idea. I am aware of the fact that Ive like half a dozen mental disorders on top of being trans, I am a mess in many ways. Looking like a girl is something I need to ease my mind. To make myself believe that maybe I am not that much of a monster inside.

>You were dealt your hand. You can't change that, as many times as you rearrange the cards.
we're not playing holdem though, we re playing stud. Ill just draw some cards again
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perception of own appearance by Ian Puvingworth - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 17:06:37 EST ID:pmsubTd9 No.378947 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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it is so fucking god damn annoying. :(

i'm worried about how i look. i want to look like a pretty woman, but i am okay with at least looking like a woman. most days i look in the mirror, and i look like a woman. sometimes i even think i look pretty! but other days, like this one, i just dont know. my face looks manly. i wonder if i pass at all. i feel so god damn ugly and fucked up. my friend says she can't even imagine what i would look like as a man. my HRT doctor also tells me how lucky i've been with my features. i don't know, maybe it's all in my head.

but what if it's the opposite? maybe people are just being polite. maybe the days i feel okay about my appearance is when it's all in my head. maybe i'm just deluding myself.

fuck this shit anyways. can anyone relate? how can i cope better? it¨s driving me crazy. should i become a hermit? learn to get all my emotional support and love from an inanimate object?
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Cedric Gagglefutch - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 18:59:39 EST ID:IiSMA5GW No.378951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Can relate. Sometimes what I see is okay or even good imo, and often people say nice things and I pass a lot, certainly to your average stranger that I don't hang around too long at least =P idk if I hang around longer. But mostlyyyy I see all kinds of terrible things or just like wtf lol. I People even tell me I'm beautiful sometimes and compliment me and stuff. I'mmm just holding on to that most people tend to see the good or okay and aren't too concerned about it and plus I look way better if I'm being all happy and not worrying about as opposed to worrying about it and being all inside myself, which that little set up is kind of a bitch too but oh well I guess! Whatever yano. Fuck it. Just fuck it haha. Get weird =D no I clearly don't know how to cope with it haha. Ups and downss. And maybe ffs sometime lol, maybe that'll help.

Also I can kinda do this thing where I look at other people and they just seem nice and chill or normal or even all beautiful depending on how high I am! =P Sometimes I can look at myself that way but much less often. Or I can look at them like I look at myself. Pick everything apart. Judge the details and see weirdness and what "I would be insecure about if I were them" basically. I don't like doing it but for perspective I guess it's something. Sometimes I see everyone looking fucking weird and alien and me too and it's like welp haha, depending on how "high" I am =P

Basically I give and idk what's real haha, not any one thing, or all of it. Not that I won't keep trying but lawd. Sometimes I just get sick of looking at myself. Not because of how I look per se but just like lay the fuck offffffffff m8

Also I take terrible pictures. My mom said I'm her example of how a picture doesn't show what you actually look like. I think that makes me feel better? haha really though careful hanging out with me cuz when you want to take a nice little photo thing of all of us hanging out I will ruin it haha!
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Cedric Gagglefutch - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 19:01:15 EST ID:IiSMA5GW No.378952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378950
haha I've seen this before but I love it so much right now! This is what happens when I take pictures tbh lol, or other people take pictures, impromptu ones, etc.
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Cedric Gagglefutch - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 19:02:29 EST ID:IiSMA5GW No.378953 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378951
and there's the I see myself when I've been lazy and looking like shit a lot and wayyyy more often than what other people see. I need to stop being so lazy lol. K hopefully done haha.
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Hugh Buzzwill - Thu, 02 Oct 2014 22:03:29 EST ID:xuXPCgIj No.378954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378947
thx for thread

I am always rubbing my throat, feeling how big my adams apple is and then i look in the mirror and i can barely see it?

Everything looks terrible from profile view, everything. Everything.
>back of my hair
>forehead
>nose
>brow
>chin
>shoulder blades
>belly
>lower back
>butt
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Hedda Crunnerdurk - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 11:21:07 EST ID:IiSMA5GW No.378977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378954
Not just more normal the happier and more relaxed you are, the more attractive you look. People like happy people and it makes them happy generally, and they want to be around them. Isss beautifulllllll =P Give someone the time of day and actually listen nonjudgmentally and stuff, empathize, etc. and suddenly you're such a good person haha

Idk about practicing a smile, maybe try to remember how you naturally smile when you um naturally smile lol and don't try to recreate the smile but like the headspace and flowing out feeling and such. Meh nuance ha. And then there's like really excited happy and the smile/expression from that and then there's the I just feel so nice right now content peaceful smile/expression that's more relaxed lol. I'm just having fun thinking about it right now lol. Having my eyebrows slightly raised, almost like in anticipation or like damn I'm faced looks better toooo haha but I can't really remember to do that all the time but I think I do it somewhat naturally when engaging with someone.

I have old friends that are cool and supportive but idk I may just have to get new ones because there's just a level of something there that either will take forever to go away or just kinda won't, as opposed to someone that saw me as a girl first maybe? Though someone that saw me as a girl first could probably go backward depending also haha not funny. Depends on the people really I'm thinkin', whether or not I still want to be friends.

Hair up and stuff and I look pretty alright, body face profile, body profile is probably better than frontal body and face profile may look a little intense but okay enough. I just saw my cousin I haven't seen in forever cuz he's been off in the military and stuff but he's really cool and it went so well! I felt like I looked good and I did my voice good and I had such a relaxed nice this-cactus-got-me-feelin'-good face and vibe. It went really well. Now for something to go poorly to knock me back down! haha. Sorry I feel happy for now and said it! I know seeing people posting happy things about how things went for them on here didn't necessarily make me feel happy when I felt …
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Yay by Angus Grimstone - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 19:45:35 EST ID:gx21uOum No.378818 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just saying stop fucking worrying about it. GF of almost 2 years.
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Barnaby Mibberworth - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 01:40:09 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.378867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378865
your single minded ideals for life goals don't apply to everyone; shoo with your pretentious attention seeking blog threads
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Betsy Brookhall - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 04:45:41 EST ID:rift3TwE No.378875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378865
Well, I personally appreciate the message.

Pretty much everyone I've seen just wants to use me for sex. Sex is nice, sure, but I want something more.
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Ernest Snodfoot - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16:35:04 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.378888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Congrats, op, but the "it happened to me so it could happen to you" logic is really annoying.
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Eliza Medgechore - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:04:26 EST ID:FrggDhyS No.378901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378888
My problems are solved so they don't exist anymore!
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Charles Blatherville - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 20:09:04 EST ID:gpEhRP1F No.378926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378818
Congrats, but this is just anecdotal evidence fallacy.


Survey: Who are you attracted to? by Cedric Drummerhall - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 06:21:49 EST ID:Py7iuO5O No.378736 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Choose all that apply.
[ ] Men
[ ] Women
[ ] Trans
[ ] Other (Please explain)

Straight non-trans male here. Just curious.
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Nigel Bluttingville - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 03:22:28 EST ID:GFA6j7k8 No.378833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[x ] Men
[x ] Women
[ ] Trans
[ ] Other (Please explain)
It doesn't matter if you're trans as long as you look like a man or a woman and not a hon or something.
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Hamilton Nivinghuck - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 01:36:21 EST ID:+T5Kjv3j No.378866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[X] Men - Curious
[X] Women - In a relationship with one
[X] Trans - Also curious
[ ] Other (Please explain)

A bit stumped at the moment. I have been wondering if I was bi for about 10 years now but I have been in two back-to-back long term relationships with women in that time, so no chance to experiment. The one I'm in now could comfortably last forever without much effort; it is fun and easy and yet I'm sure I will regret only ever having been with women.
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Whitey Mammerture - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 13:59:36 EST ID:qt5BR2lU No.378882 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[X] I don't know

I seem to still be attracted to women after hormones, but I like some guys too, now. But it doesn't really matter--I don't want anyone to touch me. My own body disgusts me that badly. The bathroom and shower are bad enough.
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Fucking Shakestock - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:09:05 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.378909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All of them, no preferences. I enjoy the things people of different genders each bring to sex and relationships.
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Caroline Blanninghall - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:20:28 EST ID:/ORybljV No.378910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
[X] Men
[ ] Women
[ ] Trans
[ ] Other (Please explain)


Switching back to pills from injections by Martin Nonnerville - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 17:38:32 EST ID:BnNgFNO9 No.378890 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have an issue. Two months ago, I went to an OBGYN to get my levels checked because my endo (at mazzoni center) refused to check for my E levels and only cared about my T levels being suppressed. I got my results and the OBGYN had a major concern over the results. My levels tested at 1436 PG/ML which is 4 times greater than of a natal female's levels.

I contacted my endo about the results and he said that those levels are normal for injections because I was a t the peak. Now this confused me because I got my blood tested 5 days after my shot, so I figured it would be a lot lower than my results. So I take 20mg/.5cc of delestrogen every week in the glute and 100 mg spiro. So I deced to lower my dose to .3cc every week and hoping to get my levels back on track hopefully.

I figured that my high E levels stopped me from changing much as my breasts haven't grown in a long time and nothing else has changed. I also started late and it could be a genetic thing as well. So I ask, should i go go back to pills and see iof it'll restarted changes or no?


1 4 the $, 2 4 the show by Hedda Podgeman - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 20:23:48 EST ID:yblArQza No.378850 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How did you come out? what gave you the courage? I feel like I'm just gonna put it off a few more months then off myself. Should I just do it in secret?
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Barnaby Mibberworth - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:16:53 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.378852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
By being prepared enough to move out if it went bad. Don't expect anything to go your way. I was very suicidal beforehand, but I eventually decided that there was no point in killing myself before even trying to make my life worth living. That was years ago and none of my family accepts me now, but I'm over them and much happier with being myself.
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Angus Hosslenon - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 21:40:28 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.378856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378850

i was moving out and just said "mum, dad im a transexual" and then let it roll from there.
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Angus Publingdet - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 23:54:11 EST ID:ulyStB52 No.378863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I didn't intend too. I was pretty set on the idea of never transitioning, but....

My parents had been asking me if I was gay for years. I had never really been in a relationship and I've always been a bit feminine, so they just assumed that. They asked me point blank a couple of times and I told him them to fuck off.

Anyways, was coming home from college one day with my mom and we ended up having the same discussion. I was super depressed, but I ended up coming out, at least in terms of sexual orientation. I spent the next hour sobbing and my mom (a very liberal person), who was extremely accepting about me being into guys, could not for the life of her figure out why. She kept prodding on why, and then I told her.

I started hormones three months later.
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Phoebe Dartshaw - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 02:06:48 EST ID:Rnk59Tih No.378869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378850
First I moved out, with my moms help...

I had already tried to get to a gender therapist and everything, and by the time I was moving out I had gotten a referral to one and was just waiting to get a time. But then I wasn't sure how I would do things, because my mom kept calling me, and wanted to visit and such, I never knew if my step father would drop by for something random or if my mom would do the same thing. So I thought a lot about just calling them and somehow cut contact with them, or come out to them... After a bit of thinking I decided to come out to them, but I expected contact to be cut, or that I'd have to cut contact in some way. So I texted my mom that I needed to talk to her about something, then emailed a come out letter sorta, pretty horribly written, but whatever.

Anyway, she took it well, it was a bit weird in the beginning, because she didn't really know wtf trans was and such, but with time she decided to come out to people for me, as I didn't really care... I think my step father sort of disowned me, it's not like he completely disowned me, he keeps me "part of the family" (like christmas present), but I think it's just to keep my younger sisters happy or something, otherwise I haven't talked to him or seen him for a couple of years. But I'm sort of getting closer to my mom, before I was very distant, I'm still distant, but I'm getting closer and opening up more, and she's started to understand what transsexualism is.


Transdermal Patches by Edward Worthingridge - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 23:41:58 EST ID:P2QSuG6z No.378862 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi everyone, I have been taking estrofem sublingual for a couple month and I have been thinking of switching to patches. I know its a bit more expensive, but I am extremely tired of taking pills and I hate injections. Anyone have experience with this? I was thinking of buying Climara 100. If anyone who has experience with patches can fill me in, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you!~
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Ernest Snodfoot - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16:40:45 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.378889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was on 2 climara 100 patches/week for over a year and my estrogen levels hardly made it over 50. They may work better for different people though.


Informed consent Clinics in State College PA? by Fanny Blatherson - Mon, 22 Sep 2014 06:16:37 EST ID:QO1UgWlp No.378603 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm new in town and wondering if there are any informed consent clinics around... I think the closest I could find is the Mazzoni Center, but that's three hours away. What about any MtF groups? I'm looking to meet people like myself... but I'm super shy! @_@;;;;
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Cornelius Murddock - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 22:14:28 EST ID:rUI8XJ5W No.378732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378669
yeah especially if you're in state college
no thanks, maybe its better in pittsburg
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Polly Chanderway - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 01:31:48 EST ID:e3iWttpq No.378734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
dont go to mtf groups. forreal. They're all like 40 years old or ugly as fuck 20 year olds who think hormones will make them pretty. And they're all socially inept.

Bad experience maybe? kek
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Archie Duckway - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 01:37:34 EST ID:HbG/dUpj No.378832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378603
MTF or just a trans group
I go to a lot of trans groups some mtfs some more ftms
I went to a recent one and there was a super QT and me and her got along so well
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Nigger Duckfoot - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 03:34:46 EST ID:wVAtHFA2 No.378834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>378832
I guess either... I mean, I suppose a MtF would be better suited for me. I wouldn't mind meeting someone to cuddle with either at some point that's around my age. XD
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Archie Duckway - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 12:30:23 EST ID:HbG/dUpj No.378845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378834
I wouldn't get to excited the groups are either nightmare stories like the peoples above or are pretty chill.
I don't think there are any just MTF groups unless a town has a ridiculous trans population.
Even if there was I recommend the trans group because FTMs are pretty cool and if you end up in a group with middle aged hons that creep you out you can hang around them.


Injection dosage by Sophie Hamblemit - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 14:48:02 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.378750 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been on injections for a while and have been getting blood work done once every couple of months since my levels are on the high side and I'm trying to get them to a comfortable place. Thing is, I'm down to only 6mg(0.3ml)/week and my levels are still at 550 pg/ml. This is really confusing because the normal dose seems to be closer to 20mg/week. Am I wrong about that? Is 6mg as small a dose as I think it is?
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Angus Sallyfield - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 03:00:57 EST ID:9lb+L+oB No.378765 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was started at 20 mg/ 2 weeks, so 6 mg/ week isn't THAT far off.
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Eugene Nesslebeck - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 17:08:32 EST ID:2o7oBapo No.378809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378765
I was started at only 3mg/week. I've been on injections for more than 6 months and have been on other forms of hrt for close to 5 years, so I'm not just starting out. The fact that 10mg a week is a typical "starting" dose is what has me concerned/confused about my levels being so high on as little as 6mg/week.


Do I pass? by Ian Gecklewater - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 23:11:29 EST ID:ikToYhxZ No.378487 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well?
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Sidney Clayman - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 13:37:53 EST ID:IYIWIC2x No.378718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378716
I don't really see the issue with suggesting surgery? You can tell somebody they don't pass, and then add what they'll need to do to be able to pass.
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Molly Pittfield - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 15:02:43 EST ID:3sJI6cEV No.378721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378718
It was the rest of the post that went along with it lol. How they downed the other suggestions and what they said about it just to pull that out. I think suggestions for things that can help is a the useful part of this thread? Although will say someone once was like you "need" surgery and luckily I was feeling good about myself so it didn't fuck with me too much but I was like woah need is pretty harsh. Maybe just saying maybe these things will help with passing, Yeah saying someone "needs" surgery off a picture feels harsh. That wasn't my point at all with the first post I made. I just found it kind of mind-blowing lol.
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Molly Pittfield - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 15:13:37 EST ID:3sJI6cEV No.378723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378721
also since I went there I do think I'd be happier/better off with some ffs, but not the area they pointed out which was something more exaggerated by how I had posed in the picture basicallyyy ha
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Jenny Claggleville - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 12:24:51 EST ID:ZP+TqlkM No.378774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is this board safer to post on than lgbt?
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Oliver Snodgold - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 12:56:19 EST ID:4ZYKyr3B No.378775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378774
Like, less likely to be creeped on? Yes, at least in terms of people seeing your pics.
If you want a hugbox, /lgbt/ is exactly what you want.


Male vs. Female Urges by Henry Wundlestone - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 03:17:10 EST ID:8AynuiVc No.378703 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anyone else feel the urge to be the best man they can be, some days, yet feel the intense desire to be a delicious trap (or girl, or whatever you identify as your Gender Identity)?

I bounce back and forth and never do either. The potential for achieving either has wasted away before my eyes. I'm 27 now, I should have just chose one.

But alas, I'm INTJ. This is certainly not the cause I'm just giving you an idea of my personality. I basically get very OCD with decision making, plotting all possible outcomes in my head.

I am currently genderfluid but this requires androgyny which I despise for myself. I'm an extreme person and I want to be extremely one or the other and do it well.

Is anyone else tortured with this indecision daily?
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Nell Blogglepane - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 23:51:06 EST ID:2p4LHrVm No.378760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378703
you are slightly autistic i think :/

/not that there is anything wrong with that~
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Nicholas Cuttingstock - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 03:20:19 EST ID:gCAwt+mu No.378766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Isn't INTJ the opposite of having trouble making decisions? nb
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Hamilton Hinningtick - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 05:35:49 EST ID:8zK6AdAX No.378768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378760
More like flaming lunatic
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Shit Pishhall - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 05:44:03 EST ID:4lPg7u+s No.378769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378745
>That "INTJ" shit is EVERYWHERE, fuck.. why is it so ubiquitous now? Cramming yourself into one of sixteen personality types, so you can be given your *very own* label. Lo and behold you're the rarest one! I think i was that one too haha... how special!! Twinsies~

Fucking this.
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Fuck Wollyworth - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 06:07:12 EST ID:wyNDtD4a No.378770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378769
the mbti is considered basically worthless in serious psychology, one's results are bound to be different even taking it again only a week or so later


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