Caidin wasn’t planning on going on testosterone, but transition has a way of derailing even the most meticulous of planners.
Emory’s decision to go on T has been impacted their other medications and medical conditions.
Besides the variability of results and difficult finding a doctor, Jules has a major barrier in using T for transitioning: an autoimmune condition called Ulcerative Colitis.
Announcing the next FV theme: Hormones. From navigating healthcare providers, myths and misconceptions, to simply the limits of medical science, medical transition for nonbinary identities almost always involves compromise.
I’ve been injecting testosterone into alternating thighs every two weeks for the past 3 years or so. Sometimes I wonder if it’s doing what it’s supposed to be doing because my dose is too low. Sometimes I wonder what’s it’s supposed to be doing in the first place.
Video update in which I talk about being on low dose testosterone for over 3 years.
Through my personal experience, I address common questions about Testosterone, primarily the effects of being on a low dose, and the effects of starting and stopping.
A basic primer on physical transition options for transgender male-assigned-at-birth people who identify as neutrois, agender, androgyne, genderqueer, non-binary, or are simply seeking physical neutrality and/or nullification.
Is it better to pretend to be binary or to disclose your non-binary identity in order to access medical transition?
On January 7 2012 I started Testosterone, and January 5 2013 was my last shot. The reason I stopped T this time was because of my hysterectomy. More estrogen and […]