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Salem

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age:13/14

height: 5'7ft

gender: Trans male(ftm)

Interest: drawing, memes, singing, other stuff 

I'm pre-t and hopefully starting gender therapy next year

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Heyo Salem! Welcome. Man, you are taller than me haha. If you ever have questions, don't be afraid to send me a message, I don't bite haha. Anyways, welcome man.

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Welcome to Trans Pulse, Salem.  It's great to meet you.  I hope you find this place to your liking.  There's a lot of great info here, so please do have a look around.

 

HUGS

 

Carolyn Marie

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Hi Salem,

Welcome to Transpulse. I'm glad you're here!

 

Lots of love and a big welcome hug, 

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Hi and welcome Salem!

This is a wonderful place full of understanding people.

Nice to have you here.

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      Good luck Berni. 
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      Best of luck.  I know you will like the results!    BTW, you are so feminine looking!  Yes! 
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      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).
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      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.
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      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!
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