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Testosterone part 2

November 6th, 2016, 1:00 pm

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Posted by JokerMann

The nurse was fantastic but had no mercy. At least my friends had a good laugh. <8')

Posted at November 6th, 2016, 12:22 pm

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Posted at September 21st, 2019, 9:03 pm

Posted by JokerMann

@Igneous: Hahah ahh needles are bloody terrible, enough said.
Alright. It's just to take your time thinking about it. c: No rush! What a pretty word combo - bi and bipolar. That's awesome, I'm really happy for you that she's supportive! Ahah yeah, pronouns take time even with your closest loved ones.
Well a good starter is to not rush into it. Think about it. Weigh pros and cons. If you're at a time where you're able to start testosterone, don't start until you feel 100% sure you want to. No matter your gender identity, and if you do come to the conclusion that you are a transboy, that does not mean you HAVE to start testosterone (hopefully you know this already but hey reminder!). There are also more ways to take testo, like gel for example.

Do you want to talk about what about it you're scared of though?

Sorry for the late reply!!

Posted at December 20th, 2016, 1:13 pm

Posted by JokerMann

@Igneous: Ahyeah. Well it's different for everyone! For me it almost always hurts when they put the needle in, though it doesn't last long. Then there's the oily-substance-in-buttock-pain - that lasts longer, from 1-5 days. Heat makes it better. My first shot made my butt hurt like bloody hell in a blender of fire for about 2-3 days, then it calmed down. A guy I met said his second shot hurt the most, but mine didn't. It also depends on how the person giving you the shot does it. (Like in this comic this lady just freaking STABBED me but the after-pain wasn't that bad).
Every time I freak out about 1-2 weeks prior to the shot reconsidering testogel haH so yeah it's better to just take it. Probably not recommended, but you could take it, freak out a bit, get used to the thought and feeling. Who knows really, we're all anxious blobs floating in space. Merry Christmas and happy new year to you!

Posted at December 28th, 2016, 4:36 pm

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@JokerMann: I have a horrible fear of needles :P
I believe I am a transboy, but I have come out to my bff as genderfluid. She herself is bi and bipolar, and is absolutely supportive, even if she messes up my pronouns. I am very scared to start on testosterone when I am old enough though. How do I cope???

Posted at December 8th, 2016, 6:47 pm

@JokerMann: Sorry I just saw this! I know what you mean... I am just scared of the pain from the needles, heh. With testosterone, I've always thought it would be easier if I just took it. I don't really know... Merry Christmas!

Posted at December 27th, 2016, 2:22 am

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