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Wes

Hi everyone. I picked up my prescription about an hour ago and my boyfriend just administered my first shot of testosterone! After getting my hopes up only for something to go wrong so many times, I really didn't think I'd be able to get it this time around. I now have four months worth of it and I'm so excited to start seeing the effects. 😁

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Mx.Drago

Hurray!🤗🌈👍

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Jackie C.

Congratulations! Enjoy the ride!

 

Hugs!

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Carolyn Marie

Welcome to the Manhood Express, Wes.  I think you'll like the ride and the destination.  :welldone:

 

Carolyn Marie

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SaraAW

Congrats Wes!

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ToniTone

Congratulations!

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Wes

Thanks everyone 🤗

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Susan R

Sorry about being late to this thread but a belated congrats to you @Wes. So many good things coming to good ppl. Good for you!!😀

 

My Best,

Susan R🌷

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Emily michelle

Congrats that’s great to hear! Have fun

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JoniSteph

Congratulation now the ride of your new life starts. :)

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TrIIIy

Congratulations, Wes! It is quite a ride. Some changes happen more rapidly than others, but you will soon start to experience some of them! Enjoy it!

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