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Testo Junkie by Jarvis Senkinshit - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 13:03:58 EST ID:lh5gRI4p No.379361 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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OMFG GET. THIS.

Inspired writing of the first disorder.
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Phoebe Cravingspear - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 13:57:53 EST ID:lh5gRI4p No.379405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379394
Sure, just kick me around. He's FtM who uses T to write in the manner that he loves. Power, baby, power.
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Jack Murdwill - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 08:12:56 EST ID:xoUuG8v+ No.379556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379395
So... Yeah. I'm not sure if OP is a troll, but it's still an interesting book.

The author/main character doesn't label herself FTM so far, just a lesbian feminist who argues that sorting people into "man" and "woman" boxes is stupid. Hormones or surgery are legitimate means to an end, but if gender doesn't exist you can't change gender. About half the chapters of the book are just queer/gender theory and not exactly easy to read. I feel like I need a study guide and don't understand half of it because I haven't read Judith Butler or the other author's she's referencing, I guess it would be easier if I had more of a liberal arts background.

For the story/non-theory chapters: lots of sex, and an account of the author taking small doses of T as some sort of homage to a queer friend who just died. She takes it like any other illegal drug for the psychological effects.

The book has much more to say about feminist and gender theory than about trans-specific stuff. Right now I'm about a quarter through the book and just very very confused.
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Shit Trotson - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 09:55:54 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379556

ugh thats disappointing so far, i hope you can manage to continue reading it though.
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Edward Hingerway - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 05:05:38 EST ID:BMc+T1E6 No.379699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379560
The author's gender and self-identification is not as clear as I thought. They claim being a boy (and a lesbian, and a dyke, and...) as a 10-year old kid. Later they're in a relationship with a trans guy, as "two guys without a dick", and s/he talks abou growing a beard, growing a dick, being perceived as a man. You can tell the author wants to take T, even plans to do this before the friends death (while later claiming to be taking T because the friend died), but gender-abolitionist ideology gets in the way. That aspect is oddly familiar.

Most of the book is still a theoretical text that should be reserved for liberal arts students. Right now it's about the history of hormones and the pill (which is interesting and much more readable than the rest, just not very relevant for me).
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Edward Hingerway - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 05:11:12 EST ID:BMc+T1E6 No.379700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379699
I also skipped ahead and it seemed like the author stopped taking T at the end of the book, but in an interview they say they didn't. It sounds more and more like they are trans, but would really really prefer not to be. I can't say I blame them.


Online pharmacudical by Rebecca Billingstone - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 22:30:03 EST ID:itBvE/Qt No.379531 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what are the best online pharmacies that don't require a real prescription?
I've gotten to the point where a therapist is definitely not going to be able to help me in time
If anyone could get me a bit of help I'd really appreciate it.
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Nigel Singerwadging - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 00:10:01 EST ID:8ZtPmKMC No.379534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379533
I notice QHI seems to be out of Estradiol. Is it worth going with the other one that's like, .625mg/pill? Four a day sounds a bit excessive. If not, is there any other decent place to try?
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Nigel Singerwadging - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 00:17:21 EST ID:8ZtPmKMC No.379535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379534
Course I say that, but for all I know the required dosage for that is completely different from the regular Estradiol I'm used to.
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Nigel Singerwadging - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 00:17:21 EST ID:8ZtPmKMC No.379536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379534
Course I say that, but for all I know the required dosage for that is completely different from the regular Estradiol I'm used to.
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Lydia Bardfuck - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 04:14:49 EST ID:Nl69aSM/ No.379548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379531

AllDayChemist
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Walter Sibberpore - Thu, 16 Oct 2014 02:02:59 EST ID:E+pImF7q No.379688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why don't I hear about InHouse anymore? I still they're good, just have to do that eChecks thing, which I'm really not a fan of but meh.


Sex and stuff by Jarvis Summerfen - Sun, 05 Oct 2014 16:47:42 EST ID:PHeAvikN No.379109 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So uh for those of you with boyfriends how do you deal with the inefficiencies of anal sex? For me anal is like 50 % pleasure, 50% omfg don't destroy my insides i hope i cleaned well enough. So a lot of times i don't want to have anal cause its intense and I would be happy doing it once or twice a week but do you any of you actually fuck every day like most guys want to? Do you just say no and do other things? After too long im just like done, its too much pressure. I feel inadequate compared to cis girls who can just fuck three times a day. Anyone have an issue with bf wanting to much sex?
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Shit Blatherfield - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 04:22:08 EST ID:lZoJ2IBs No.379501 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Straight guy, been into anal since I was 15, am now 20. Went from barely being able to fit a finger in me, to taking toys that are 3" in diameter and a foot long, and I have an XL Nova from Bad Dragon coming in the mail.

I usually do butt-stuff twice a week. I've done it every day for a month, and I've gone two months between sessions. Some advice for all the trans folk out there on how to make anal not be so unpleasant;

Enemas. When I first started out doing anal, I would use water bottles to give myself an enema. Fuck you, I was 15. While they worked pretty good (and I still occasionally use them, especially if I'm away from my usual gear) the threads on a water bottle, and the hard plastic used to make them, are fairly uncomfortable. Not the worst thing you could use, but definitely far from the best. Nowadays, I use a shower adapter that mounts on my shower head, and has a stainless steel nozzle. I fill myself up several times, usually between 4-6 times, and on the final time I fill myself up as much as I can and use a plug to hold it in for about five to ten minutes. Get a nice no-slip bath mat, so you can step out and empty yourself into the toilet. The last fill up is generally around a gallon, in terms of volume.

Whole process takes about twenty to thirty minutes, cleans out my entire small intestine, rectum, everything that's gonna be getting used during anal. This is coming from someone that's into fisting, and ridiculously large insertions.

After my current method, I've only had shitty-dick happen to my toys once, and it was a small pebble.

As far as eating habits are concerned; I eat whatever the fuck I want, because I'm huge as fuck, and have no qualms with blowing everything out of my ass for half an hour with a gallon of water at a time. For all the girls here, I would recommend going on an all-liquid diet, supplemented with vitamins (nothing crazy, a good multi once or twice a day as recommended by the bottle) for three days. There won't be anything there, but it wouldn't hurt to do an enema just to make sure.

For the record, I had a terrible problem with constipation, and my doctor recommended enemas, way back when I was 15. Worked …
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Cornelius Nupperdale - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 04:45:12 EST ID:qmKL39ts No.379502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379501
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Walter Brorringdock - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 09:29:01 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.379510 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379501

>I would recommend going on an all-liquid diet, supplemented with vitamins (nothing crazy, a good multi once or twice a day as recommended by the bottle) for three days.

Are you daft?
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Graham Biffingridge - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 17:33:00 EST ID:XgGS9n5b No.379523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
me and my boyfriend have sex very often for the first 5 months it wa basicaly every day and sometimes more than once. anal just feels so good. i dont get what all the girls are complaining about with the shit dick thing yeah it can happen but i just make it a regular thing to doush before sex everytime. its not embarresing to be like im going to wash out really quickly. obviously neither of you want to fuck through mud so just go clean yourself. its a bit annoying stopping mid forplay sometimes to douch but it makes it all the better its prelubed and clean for whatever. i mean sometimes if im sore or the sex was really rough and i have a small tare ill give sex a break but yeah. now my boyfriend is the one who dosent want to have sex every day. its " too much " for him i dont get it . meow. and yeah not to be a dick but a relationship where sex is barley had uually wont work out.
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Caroline Bingersure - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 05:03:24 EST ID:854gez5r No.379629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wish I had a relationship where I had sex every day. But I don't like the thought of anal and even though I still find girls attractive, I don't think I could do a relationship with one, because I'd want the feminine role in the relationship too much. >tfw not a cisgirl


I looked in a mirror by Lillian Millersat - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 16:51:29 EST ID:f7m+4iP3 No.379365 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It was positioned differently than most mirrors. Above me, at a downward angle. I looked so male. So "confused". My adam's apple was huge, facial hair shadow very apparent. My vaguely girly earrings, fem t-shirt. Long hair. Face that weird mix of male and female. Starting to get older, and I look more like a "tranny" than I remember.

It wasn't fun. Sometimes I'm not sure what I'm doing. It's horrible thinking about suicide and what that would do to my family. I can't even imagine trying to live as a guy. But as I am? I hate myself. Feel like a freak, and while people generally are nice I wonder who (if anyone) is silently judging. It's not good to assume things of people, but when I look like this... I just know people think I'm crazy. The scars all over my arms don't help.

Not sure what this is about. Sorry.
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Molly Lightshit - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 18:56:55 EST ID:c4RWJMys No.379369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I can't imagine that being a flattering angle for anyone, cis or trans... And in everyday situations how often do you think people will view you from that angle? Unless you spend time with very tall people, idk
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Hedda Ferrynan - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 20:29:51 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379373 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379365

stop trying to find the man in the mirror, just ignore it and stop torturing yourself, how often do people look at you the same way you looked at youself in the mirror?
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Barnaby Fiffingshit - Wed, 15 Oct 2014 01:28:13 EST ID:Vft+DGOv No.379610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
literally the same exact thing happened to me, i went home and shaved and than was like "nice, no shadow"


De-Transitioning - Thoughts? by Shit Trotson - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 02:42:46 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379546 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you guys know or feel about de-transitioning?

Do you know anybody who has? how much did they de-transition?

What do you feel about people who do transition?
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Shit Trotson - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 02:43:27 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379546

>What do you feel about people who do de-transition?*
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Barnaby Sibberwore - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 04:36:02 EST ID:vztj/lKp No.379549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379546
I don't think i've ever really seen a case where someone was actually doing it because it was right for them.

Religion or anti-trans feminism or cisnormativity or or familial rejection or trauma or unblendability or joblessness or homelessness or just plain old despair and resignation always seem to play a part.

A close friend (like, as good as family close) did it due to trauma after they were raped.
I still feel like i failed them.
Like if i had just found the right words, i could have helped them heal and continue to move forward.
I know it's ridiculous. I did all i could to be there for them. It just wasn't enough ):
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Shit Trotson - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 09:59:03 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379561 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379549

:( that poor girl, that is horrible :(


Vaporizers and HRT by Hugh Pimbledock - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 05:43:06 EST ID:27jwOMeN No.379434 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's been about a year since I've had my weed fix (since starting HRT). Recently I've been thinking about investing in a vaporizer - specifically the Ploom PAX. Is there any information on the safety of vaping weed vs smoking in regards to clotting risk?
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Charlotte Brallercheck - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 06:13:48 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379434

i thought it was the chemicals in cigarettes that made blot clots more likley not inhaling smoke.

But yeah vape should be fine, its vapour.
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Shitting Fungerbury - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 06:54:45 EST ID:Iw35VWdv No.379440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379437
This. If you want to smoke weed just do it, don't be paranoid.
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Charlotte Pubbertad - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 19:33:05 EST ID:+orCgHFo No.379475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379434

Yeah, clotting risk is from nicotine specifically. If anything, weed will only help HRT due to it's very mild anti-testosterone effects. My endo told me this when I saw him when starting HRT and he's a leading expert in trans health so I trust his judgement. I've been smoking weed almost every day the whole time I've been on HRT, which is a couple months shy of 3 years and have never had a problem.

Personally I have the Herbalaire and I'm quite happy with it. It's a little bulky but it works really well, is very well built, and draws really nicely. My friend has a PAX and it's really cute. My main complaint with it is that there is a lot of restriction in the air flow as you draw in, which can take a bit of getting used to. It also has a fairly small chamber for herb. It's also battery powered, so if you're using it a lot, you'll have to charge it often, but the battery lasts quite a long time. It's super portable, convenient, and easy to use though. I think they both cost about the same. Good luck on smoking!
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Nigger Dartfoot - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 20:24:21 EST ID:8NSMd31I No.379479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd like to add that cannabis has been found to increase HDL cholesterol, which in turn increases cardiovascular health. At least theoretically. I remember reading that while cannabis users have a higher heart rate on average, they also have less heart disease.

I made a light bulb vape 'cause I'm poor, and while it's not perfect it's a lot better than smoking. I'd love to get a real vape, but with the minimal amount I smoke and my financial situation I just can't justify spending the money.
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Martha Trotridge - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:34:23 EST ID:kWCe2BSF No.379516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379434
Im pretty sure that the "smoking increases blood clots" is referring to smoking cigs.

Also, nicotine alone does not increase cardiovascular problems.

But nicotine (vaped, gum, patches, cigs, anything) increases clotting on oral hrt. It affects the way the liver metabolizes E and makes the metabolic profile less favorable. Both more unhealthy and less feminizing.

But nicotine doesn't affect E patches or E injections. There is some evidence to say that patches and injections dont increase clotting significantly at all actually.

Weed isnt bad though probably, its cigs you have to worry about, but even then it depends on ROA


Good hoodie for an adult? by Matilda Massleberk - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 22:27:46 EST ID:f7m+4iP3 No.379381 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Also cold weather clothes in general. What do you wear on your feet?

But I'm buying a hoodie once I decide on one. Let's start there.
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Beatrice Bribberforth - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 18:08:26 EST ID:qmKL39ts No.379465 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS NOWHERE
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Fuck Gonningford - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 18:57:14 EST ID:JSqTpR9n No.379470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379431
Oh, don't get me wrong, my primary identity is definitely female, I'm not saying I identify as just trans or anything like that, but it is pretty undeniably fact that I am just lacking any sort of fashion sense or anything like that since I'm not cis. That is definitely something I have to work against, just knowing what works on me and what doesn't and what I like and what I don't like that a cis female would have developed by now.
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Beatrice Bribberforth - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 19:07:42 EST ID:qmKL39ts No.379471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379464
Nevermind, I didn't check name/ID, hurr
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Caroline Sunkinnore - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 20:20:19 EST ID:OyiHfheW No.379478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Kinda off topic, but i live on a very cold island, and in the winter time Sep-Feb i often wear a hat like the to the right. It keeps my head warm and looks pretty cute on me, i'm told. Mine is black with grey fur. It's so cozy, i recommend them.

Just found out these are called trapper hats
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Walter Brorringdock - Mon, 13 Oct 2014 03:02:45 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.379496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379381

H&M < American Apparel


Alternative outlets to transitioning by Eliza Heddleford - Mon, 06 Oct 2014 14:09:29 EST ID:xEW32Pwv No.379167 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So a little bit about myself for context.

I'm a genetic male, I've had dysphoric thoughts since I was 12, and have attempted to suppress them for the last 10. In college, I came to the conclusion that if I had it the other way and had been born a woman, I would still wonder what it would be like to male. I also started incorporating more feminine clothing into my wardrobe at this time. Soon after the next year, I cross dressed for the first time at a music festival, but I did it by myself away from all of my friends for the day.

Only just last month, at the age of 24, did I dress up intentionally in front of my friends. These are friends who are incredible, artistic, progressive and supportive individuals, and they all unanimously said I could pass. (I have very feminine features to begin with.) This brought the topic back to the forefront of my thoughts and I've been lurking this board regularly since.

This last weekend I dressed up at another party, with the same friends plus about twice as many more at a party. Now I'm sitting here in the same outfit alone in my room on my day off. I'm beginning to feel so fucking comfortable dressed as a woman, but the question of whether or not to transition is actually becoming harder for me.

My girlfriend helps me dress up. She is bi with a 90/10 preference for women, like myself, and I have fully disclosed my gender dysphoria to her. She is supportive of whatever I would like to do with myself. She's essentially a perfect partner for me, and my relationship is extremely fulfilling. I don't want to mess up our sex life because I am presently getting exactly what I want on a regular basis. But probably the biggest obstacle is money. I have a job but no car, and about 4 dollars in my bank right now after rent came out. At this point, if I had the financial security to transition, I would. But I don't know how long it will take for me to reach that point in my life.

And at the same time, cross dressing at parties has made me feel so positive by itself. I also feel like I may just be meant to be a drag queen, and that's okay too. I just want some outside perspective. What can I do from here that could help me better unders…
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Charles Worthingspear - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 05:55:05 EST ID:uD2A0yoG No.379435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379430
But all hons think that just saying "im a woman" makes them one, no effort no nothing.
And personally i see them as creepy transvestites and not transsexuals
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Lillian Smallson - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 19:20:14 EST ID:ulyStB52 No.379474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379416

Lots of us start by CDing before we transition? I thought that was pretty common, at least around here anyway. That doesn't mean we end up as huns or befriend huns.

And also, to be honest, I was never quite comfortable with saying "I feel like I am a women" before I transitioned. Regardless of how I wanted to be or present, I lived like a boy, presented as a boy, etc. My only life experience was as a boy. Now, two years into transition, I can genuinely say that I am a women. But being able to say that with confidence was something that came with lived experience. And to be honest, before I transitioned, I didn't know WHAT I felt like, other than fucked up and broken, and wishing I was a girl.

OP, go see a gender therapist or something. But if you know/believe that transitioning will make you happier, then go for it.
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Beatrice Bribberforth - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 19:41:57 EST ID:qmKL39ts No.379476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379474
This sounds like me right now. I'm really uncomfortable calling myself a woman and using feminine pronouns. There's a few reasons for it, I think, but ultimately I don't think I really should worry about those things. But yeah, part of it, I think, is me trying to stay in my male comfort zone, since that's all I know.

Bluh, I know I'll be fine a year or two after I start HRT. It's taking the first steps that are the hardest. I can't wait to start HRT! Just one more month, hopefully. I guess with the timing of it, it'll be a pretty nice Christmas present to myself.
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Beatrice Bribberforth - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 19:42:42 EST ID:qmKL39ts No.379477 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379476
>I think, I think, I think
fuck
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Phyllis Muffingshit - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 22:37:50 EST ID:xEW32Pwv No.379486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379430

Okay, thank you. I was under the impression it meant any person who transitions late, but thank you for clarifying. I can relate because I definitely had no idea what I was doing the first time I CDed. I looked great but felt awkward. It's gotten more natural since.

I did some other reading around the internet. And general consensus seems to be I need to see a therapist. Are therapists with a specialty in this difficult to come by? I am in California, so maybe I'll have an easier time of it.


Medical Debt by Walter Brorringdock - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 20:32:17 EST ID:o5fBRnMt No.379480 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I think this relevant to /cd/ but does anyone know a decent way to consolidate medical debt. I owe a few thousand dollars for various reasons. I have decent credit or rather semi-decent credit. I think this is relevant because of how expensive therapy, hrt, blood tests, and all manner of medical treatments are.


Estradiol levels too low!? by Shitting Sunkinshaw - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 05:20:03 EST ID:zNj6kHJC No.379388 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just got my bloodwork done and my E2 level is too damn low like 29 pg/ml where it should be more like 250. I'm almost 10 months into hrt and I'm using 0,5mg cypro (which is enough T is 0,2 nmol/l) and 2x2 gobs of Gynokadin Gel (which is about 4mg oral).

The weird thing is that the endo told me I should take the gel 2-3 hours before testing as it would be the E2 peak then but when I got measured before in the morning where my last intake was the day before I had 80 pg/ml E2.

So I'm wondering if the build-up is slower.
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Hedda Ferrynan - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 05:51:09 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379388

i would say find an alternative to the Gel. get put on pills or enjections or something, it doesnt seem to be cutting it.
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Shitting Sunkinshaw - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 07:50:24 EST ID:zNj6kHJC No.379393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379389

I need to find a better endo. The one whoe discussed the levels with me said all is fine because lh and fsh are low and I have decent breast growth but something is wrong...
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Hedda Ferrynan - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 09:12:43 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379393

yeah, next time you see him discuss if there are alternatives, make up an excuse like it would be easier to get injections.

you're levels are post menupause, that is not a level you want to aim for.
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Hedda Ferrynan - Sat, 11 Oct 2014 19:08:59 EST ID:4KCgA8zh No.379417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379396

with that being said perhaps there are areas you can apply the gel in the meantime for more effective results... where are you applying the estrogel? are you sure some of it is not rubbing off?

I have done some (very little) looking up on estrogel, it seems mostly menopausal women get estrogel, so i dont think it would be ideal as a mtf hrt med.
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Fuck Billingdock - Sun, 12 Oct 2014 12:18:03 EST ID:zNj6kHJC No.379458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379417

well endos praised it to me as one of the least harmful ways to apply hrt. Many transgirls in my country use it.

I apply it on my shoulders and arms as it states in the manual. I think it aspirates in really fast.


I don't want to die I just want to hurt by Betsy Bardville - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 21:13:15 EST ID:jkG0+QQt No.379375 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why does thinking about running a knife up and down my arms feel so good
I want to put one in my neck just to bleed through the hole
I want to cut my face to the bone and cover myself in the scars
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Graham Blashworth - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 21:20:52 EST ID:ulyStB52 No.379376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't do it, scars don't go away and you'll regret it feel like shit about yourself later. I promise you that.

But, if you do, at least follow these instructions:

  1. ) Choose a small discrete area that won't show under clothing
  2. ) No big, wide deep cuts. No cuts near veins. Do a lot of very light, very shallow ones (this is a case where where quantity over quality is best). You'll feel the same amount of pain in the end.
  3. ) Use disinfectant/neosporin after you finish. Bandaids. etc

You're still going to hate yourself afterwards, but at least you won't have scars on your body reminding you of it a few years down the road.


first attempt by Cedric Perringhare - Wed, 08 Oct 2014 19:08:39 EST ID:avcyQuXA No.379283 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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whatta ya think?
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Basil Buttinglure - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 14:49:58 EST ID:PDNiy9YG No.379339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>379335

Thirded.
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Albert Beckleshit - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 15:39:26 EST ID:me2ggFBN No.379341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Shit Brondlebanks - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 17:08:51 EST ID:wyNDtD4a No.379347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379341
what? OP can post in the passing thread or maybe the porn thread, but 420chan isn't their personal blog for dick pics
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John Funnerham - Thu, 09 Oct 2014 18:26:31 EST ID:uD2A0yoG No.379349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379347
I don't think such crap has any place in a passing thread
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Shitting Changerford - Fri, 10 Oct 2014 09:00:41 EST ID:T8uNxXNG No.379357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>379349
yup.


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