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Read the book, It Never Goes Away by Anne Koch.  She transitionef at 60.  I am 66 and decided it's now or never. Had ffs 4 months ago and have been serious for about 7 months and am not looking back.  No regrets so far.  Thankfully my immediate family is standing by me which helps.  Good luck!

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I am 68 and started HRT 4 months ago and I know I am on the right path to the right body even with T damage. You are right it is never too late. HRT has really made a difference mentally and spiritually.

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I started HRT at 68 myself, although I couldn't get estrogen at first because of my age.  Later I could, and I am seeing physical results now.

I also have support from family, which is good.

There are a lot of older girls here.  Some of us take years to get to the place were we can understand who and what we are, and do something about it.

I'm just glad to finally be here.

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      Welcome Billie.   I started like this, but it didn't last long.
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