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I'm recently started to come to the conclusion that after a few years of cross dressing that I think I wish to seek information about transitioning from mtf. I'm in Canada and I'm not sure where to start for getting either medical help so i can acquire hormones or whatever is the more logical choice for a 21 year old.
Any Info/Advice/help would be greatly appreciated! :)
Also, should i post this on /ts also?
I also use Cam4 at random times and here are atleast two photos from a random bored day.
My best advice try to find a therapist first. Maybe depending on where you live, there would be a local support group where they can point you to a non-gate-keeping therapist.
if you just want mones without going through the hassle of therapist, most girls recommend inhousepharmacy but personally i take mine from an endo. Normally, the onces prescribed by a trained endo are tailored well for you.
Pic, related, me after one year on hormones.
>>654 Wow, amazing results from 1 yr. Also Thank for the advice and I'm sorry it took so long to get back to you. Actually didn't expect anyone to respond. lol
I think I found a local support group I can check out, I just keep putting things off because of getting distracted with work and money issues. >_<
no worries, Even i don't frequent here very often. But good luck with your progress.
>>654Do you have any advice on how to find a good therapist? What I should be looking for? I've google searched and found some in my area. I called two different offices and left messages but I never heard back from them.
Well the point is not to find just any therapist but find one who is not a gatekeeper.
Personally, i am in university and i went to the psychologist there and told her i need a therapist who would issue GID without any hassle. Based on that she filtered 4 names and then i crosschecked it with my local support group and took only those names that overlapped.
If you are stuck up in some city with no such access or support groups. My advice would be to try the following:
As for the things you should be looking for, be precise in what you are looking for. especially the surgery part, be certain if you are in for it or not. Don't worry they answer will not delay your GID letter but any wavering answer on your part will definitely delay. Also explictly, state if you want to go total feminisation or only part (like androgynous).
Hope this helps.
>>725 I guess this works for me as well, just havent had the time (and balls ) to go find a LGB group in the city.