Who would have thought that not knowing cursive would be an issue in my gender transition?
Over the last few weeks, I have been consumed by the desire to go somewhere presenting as a woman.
I crossed 14 months of hormone replacement therapy last week and it has prompted me to look back at my transition so far.
I received some very good news last week, I received and accepted a job offer. One small problem though, I didn’t tell them I was trans.
had my hormone replacement therapy appointment last week, and I am pretty disappointed in how it went. While I achieved my primary tangible goal, I was unable to change anything foundational about my treatment.
I have my next appointment with my Hormone replacement therapy provider this week and I am quite concerned about how it will go. I will have to have some tough conversations, so I have made extensive preparations.
A week ago, I received incredibly bad news regarding my hormone levels. After much consideration, I have elected to do what I believe is best course of action. My doctor may not agree.
I gave myself my first estradiol injection earlier this week and it went really well.
As a result of COVID-19 lockdowns and working from home, I have been able to keep my gender transition hidden without much effort. However, that state of affairs was never going to last forever.
I have an HRT appointment in a week and I am pretty nervous. I have had minor gripes with the clinic before, but nothing serious. Typically, I just try to get in and out as quickly as possible with my prescription. Unfortunately, that isn’t an option this time around. I have to have a seriousContinue reading “HRT appointment nerves”