May. 7th, 2015

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Well, this is a very special day indeed!  Two years ago today, I administered my first dose of T.  It wasn't a decision I found easy, and I can't say I haven't looked back since, but it's been a lifesaving experience for me, and I don't see myself discontinuing it any time soon.  I've more or less been on what I'm going to call an ultra-low dose, aside from a brief period when I was on a just plain low dose.  Because there's still not a huge amount of information available for non-binary DFAB people considering low-dose T, I'm going to write a veritable novel in hopes that it will help someone else, especially if I get lazy about updating like I have for the past year.

overview )

Since I haven't updated in a while, I thought I'd comment on some recent changes.

details under the cut )

At risk of beating a dead horse, I considered recapping the changes I've gotten over the past two years.  I'm a little worried that in a few more years, I won't remember how things were pre-T, but perhaps I've already forgotten.  Anyone who's interested in the details will have to read through my tagged posts.  To the general reader I've never met, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about non-binary medical transition or just want to connect with a kindred spirit.

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