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Hi yall,


So, Im a huge health and fitness fan. My diet is mostly clean and I also take supplements. However, as Im sure you know, there are vitamins that can effect hormones so I wanted to ask about some that I am interested in to see what your input is; whether you take it and if you think it can hinder/ block feminization, cause I am all about feminization.


More info-

I am mtf post op since 2008--I have been taking estrogen since 2000

I take estradiol valerate weekly injections at *.**** as prescried by my endo


Here are the vitamins in question


D3 at *,****


krill oil


I want to take these for their mutipile health benefits, but I also want to be careful of NOT taking anything that can block feminization or cause masculinization.


Please weigh in and let me know what you think

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Robin Winter

Firstly, you need to be aware that discussing your dosages on this forum is prohibited.

Further to that, nobody here is a medical professional, at least not in a capacity that they're dispensing information to someone that isn't their patient.  The best person to ask is actually your pharmacist, they're the experts on drugs and interactions.

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Hi KittyKatKoko.  These are questions that would best be answered by your endocrinologist the next time you see them for a checkup.  You should tell them what your specific goals are and ask for their recommendations since they know your health history.


Some vitamins and supplements can be helpful in the proper dosages but what might be the correct amount for you might be wrong for me.  Taking larger quantities is never a good idea and can have negative health ramifications.  



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