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    hi all

    I guess the last time I posted was back in December. I have been having a rough time but its better now. Autistic burnout is real and it is rough. Im working a good job agan and might be getting a closer one soon, but not sure.

    I have had to go on testosterone full time now as estrogen causes me to have mental health issues still. Im on as low a dose of testosterone as possible to just barely be non-eunic with my orchi. I never told the doctors that I had issues on estrogen as I was afraid they would cut off my estrogen and orchi and then I would be stuck with male body parts. I have honestly just dealt with 10 years of crazy in order to transition. I lost a lot and only now realized I dont need the medicine, but now the damage has been done and I am rebuilding. I am working to learn to how to identify as a woman without estrogen or progesterone anymore and the emotions that came with it. I was litterally like another person and that person was not the greatest sometimes as i caused lots of pain, but they were pretty great at times to me when working on projects as I had so much energy. Now I am just chilling out trying to understand the call of the Great Queen that I feel to try and heal the world and understand my purpose in life with my various interests.
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    ldk,, your thread has been since october with nobody commenting.
    I can tellthat probably is hard to comment but no to ask:
    How do you know that estrogen was the problem?
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    multiple rounds of on and off estrogen for various reasons over many years. Finally connected the dots and things seam to be better now....
    "Be excellent to each other" (Wyld Stallyons)

    "Marches alone cant bring integration, if human respect is disintegrating" (Barry McGyuire)

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    hi all was on hrt for 12 years , had to stop when i got remarried
    i still have very decent bbobs would love to get srs but with the wife thats a know

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    I hope everything in your world continues to improve Jen. And you find & settle into the way that works out best to continue your journey.

    Emily

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    Thank you. I am doing much better, mental health is much better. i am now dealing with the carnage left by the medication issue over the last 10 years... One step at a time...
    "Be excellent to each other" (Wyld Stallyons)

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    Thank you for sharing your journey and experiences. It sounds like you've been through a lot, and it's commendable that you're working on rebuilding and understanding yourself. Transitioning can be a complex process, both physically and emotionally.

    If you ever need support or someone to talk to as you navigate this new phase in your life, don't hesitate to reach out to friends, family, or professionals who can provide guidance. Exploring your interests and understanding your purpose can be a fulfilling and ongoing process. Taking the time to reflect on your experiences and aspirations is an important step in personal growth.

    Feel free to share more or discuss anything you'd like, whether it's related to your journey, interests, or just something fun and lighthearted to brighten the mood!

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