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    • Berni
      Tracheal shave in 3 hours. This is my third attempt. Previous two were cancelled due to covid.   Wish me luck!   Heres my last picture ... fresh from the shower.
    • QuestioningAmber
      Rowan   I would do a search for Transgender Clinics in Oregon and look for non-profit ones. You may be able to find a specialized clinic in your neck of the woods. I know here in Central Ohio for example has a specialty LGBTQ+ Clinic that has a sliding scale. In doing a quick search, a few came up out of Portland at least (you could even call them if that isn't close for you).
    • DonkeySocks
      If he's on T for a while yet this might be relevant: "When undergoing cervical cancer screening, be sure to share that you're on testosterone therapy and make sure that the gender designation on your sample is disregarded. This kind of therapy can cause your cervical tissues to thin (cervical atrophy), which might mimic a condition in which abnormal cells are found on the surface of the cervix (cervical dysplasia)."--Mayo Clinic website   This is about making sure that a doctor performing the screening doesn't get a false positive for problem cells. However, note that T may cause cervical atrophy, so if your boyfriend is concerned about that, it might be in his best interest to stop T sooner rather than later, depending on what his doctor says about the effects so far and what's expected for his body if he stays on T.
    •  Kylie
      That is good news @Susan R. Hope she continues to recover. CoVID has been doing some long term damage to those that have been surviving from the severe illness.    Well wishes. 
    • Carolyn Marie
      Excellent, Rhonda!  Congrats on a good interview.  Very interesting article, too.   HUGS   Carolyn Marie
    • DonkeySocks
      He should ask his doctor before making any decision, but here's what I was able to find:   Here's a link to a pdf about the hormone process for ftm. On the left is a table of contents; click on "Are these changes permanent?" https://d31kydh6n6r5j5.cloudfront.net/uploads/sites/161/2019/08/hormones_FTM.pdf   Also I found the following list on the ftm hormone page on Wikipedia: Reversible changes     Increased libido     Redistribution of body fat     Cessation of ovulation and menstruation     Increased musculature     Increased sweat and changes in body odor     Prominence of veins and coarser skin     Acne (especially in the first few years of therapy)     Alterations in blood lipids (cholesterol and triglycerides)     Increased red blood cell count Irreversible changes     Deepening of the voice     Growth of facial and body hair     Male-pattern baldness (in some individuals)     Enlargement of the clitoris     Growth spurt and closure of growth plates if given before the end of puberty     Breast atrophy – possible shrinking and/or softening of breasts   Hope that helps!
    • Cyndee
      That's really good news to read Susan, and may the improvements continue with your sister Lisa, enjoy the rest of your trip and safe travels home   It's pouring rain here today (so welcomed), think i'll grab another cuppa,   Hugs   Cyndi
    • Susan R
      Thought I’d pop in to say hi to you all. I miss being on here much this week. I’m still down in Boise visiting my sister Lisa who had severe lung damage earlier this year from that dreaded Covid. She just got a call from her doctor yesterday and got her test results back. They said she is actually improving and her oxygen levels are increasing so much she can now be removed from oxygen when she is not walking. Her breathing also sounds so improved from when I last talked to her on the phone a month or so ago.   My wife and I are enjoying our visit with them very much..it feels like old times. Even though I’ve been sleeping well here, I’ll be home next week and the thought of sleeping in my own bed sounds so nice!   Take care all, Susan R🌷
    • RhondaS
      Used so many tissues today reading Love Lives Here today. Brought the whole box out onto the porch. 
    • RhondaS
      And bits of the interview I did made it in there!   Trans Twitter and the beauty of online anonymity
    • ElizabethStar
      I don’t feel as alone now. My wife thinks my therapist put ideas in my head. 
    • HollyNoel
      @KymmieL I'm so sorry you can't get your wife to go with you to your therapist appointment. I've tried to get my mom to go to my therapist appointment so my therapist can talk to my mom. We both think it would be goof for my mom to sit in and listen to me when I talk about how I feel. But just like your wife, She thinks my therapist is part of my transgender problem and not the solution. Anyway, I'm so sorry and I can't fully understand what your going through, but I can sympathize with you at the moment. I pray that your wife finally comes around to understanding how you feel. Because having someone close to you that understands you is the best thing you could ever hope for. My mom doesn't understand me right now, but she is there for me in case I need her. I hope your wife comes around. If for nothing else for your piece of mind. Hugs Honey!
    • Jandi
      Yeah, taking that first step to start the process was important to me.   Still have a long way to go.
    •  Kylie
      I don’t know why my comment duplicated! Someone can take care of that for me I hope!    but @Jackie C. haha, I didn’t even realize that 😂   I wasn’t aware that was also an option! But I think my bleeding is such an issue that it needs to be treated immediately. Per what I’ve heard, silver nitrate isn’t too painful, compared to what I’m experiencing now, I’ll welcome it as long as it resolves my issue. I am nervous though for this appointment, seeing it is my first time seeing a GYN and I’ll be here first trans post-op patient. She is excited though, so makes one of us. 
    • K.S.S
      Hi! I know you posted this a lil while ago, but I'm new here so I hope you don't mind me throwing my input into the ring. I'm also a 21 year old AFAB and I felt what you said in my bones. It's good that you're recognizing these feelings at all, I started having them at a very young age and because I didn't know what it was, it scared me and I pushed it down and punished myself for... feeling different.  At 14 I came out as bisexual to my mother, telling myself I was just a tomboy, which she was supportive of, saying she had friends who I could talk to if I felt I needed it. Then at 18 I mentioned feeling trans, but she said it could be a phase and I just... dropped it. But you shouldn't do that, it's okay to come out and then down the road realize this isn't you. I think the trick is to make sure it's a feeling and not you just telling yourself "this is who I have to be."  A lot of people on this forum recommend gender focused therapy it might take a few years worth of visits but that's certainly worth it, just don't wait.    Best wishes, K
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