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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

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- Sat, 05 May 2018 18:29:52 EST Z5W7JleB No.100554
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Would taking HRT drugs very seldomly make you feel more feminine without changing your appearance? I like life a dude but I'm bi and mostly a bottom, so it seems like something fun to check out if it works that way.
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Sidney Fuggledale - Sun, 06 May 2018 01:49:07 EST WqhsDK1g No.100557 Reply
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Ask /cd/, they know about dosing and self-medicating. I think some of those posters have actually did shit like this, but for different reasons.

I think it takes a month of full HRT to make permanent changes but I don't know how much you have to do and how often to not just be wasting your money. A onetime dose of mones won't do shit for you.
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Cyril Coddlehall - Sun, 06 May 2018 15:20:10 EST WoS5LQgY No.100562 Reply
>>100554
It can, but changes in appearance aren't the only or even the most important permanent consequences to think about. Fucking with your hormones is a BAD IDEA. Chemical castration, galstones, blood clots, liver damage and dementia are just some of the unexpected side effects you could end up with. That said, HRT can be a lot of fun too. It's an amazing feeling when your skin softens, you'll feel all cuddly, and growing tits is a mindfuck and very addictive. But, in the end it's probably not worth it. I suggest you just add some Maca to your diet and leave it at that.
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Sophie Savinghack - Mon, 07 May 2018 22:29:37 EST KXATRD3w No.100566 Reply
>>100562

The chemical castration part seems obvious, do you have any empirical evidence for those other points?
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Sophie Savinghack - Mon, 07 May 2018 22:33:37 EST KXATRD3w No.100567 Reply
>>100566
Also, I don't know how much it'd be "fucking" with my hormones, I remember multiple doctors telling me, in the way you'd tell a 12 year old, that I have a hormonal imbalance anyway. "There are boy potions and girl potions that help you grow up, sometimes, for some reasons, guys get too much of the girl potion". Don't think I'll ever forget hearing that even though I had no fucking clue what he was talking about until years later.
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Eliza Gorringcocke - Wed, 09 May 2018 13:58:59 EST POHeUy5u No.100573 Reply
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>>100566
Have an infographic. In males, the dementia part is more a consequence of chemical castration - if you stop taking estrogen and your balls aren't producing testosterone, you've got a problem. If you keep taking estrogen, you end up with feminization and tits and possibly other side effects. In other words, don't start HRT unless you mean to transition.

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