Today is the third day that I have been on testosterone. I took my first shot on Friday October 19th which happened to also be my 21st birthday! The shot itself didn’t hurt and I injected in the butt. I inject every Friday for the rest of my life. After the injection I didn’t really feel any…
You’re not going to be noticing any changes in a week lol. Anything you notice is more going to be you imagining things. Congrats on the T though. You can expect changes to really happen within about a month and a half to 2 months, depending on how your body reacts to the hormones. (some changes will occur a bit sooner, but not anything really noticeable)
Well thank you for your post but I am very much aware that noticeable changes will not really pop up until later on in transition. But I am also aware that many people have different things change in a different amount of time. I was not posting that my voice was changing so soon, I was simply describing what I was personally noticing. This is a record of my transition and different things I am feeling. Also, it is extremely rare to see any vocal changes within the first week but it is not unheard of. I good friend of mine has been on testosterone for 3 years and has had both top surgery and a hysto. He has also stated to me most changes will not be seen until much later but it is also possible you will personally feel certain things changing.
Day 3 on Testosterone.
Today is the third day that I have been on testosterone. I took my first shot on Friday October 19th which happened to also be my 21st birthday! The shot itself didn’t hurt and I injected in the butt. I inject every Friday for the rest of my life. After the injection I didn’t really feel any different. Mostly calm. Day two I felt extremely tired. My girlfriend and I slept most of the day. I couldn’t really concentrate on much besides just laying down and watching TV. I find myself falling asleep easier now. Today I feel good. Last night I noticed my throat felt a little funny. Not much but just enough. Today I am finding it easier to speak in a lower tone. Usually I have to force it but now I dont have to force it as much. It’s nowhere near passable but it’s pretty cool. My throat is also still feeling a little funny. It gets worse at night to the point i constantly have to clear my throat. I know everyone transitions differently and I’m excited to see what my journey will be like. Soon I will be changing my name and afterwards working towards top surgery and changing my gender marker.
I will post a voice clip of my voice once I hit the one week mark on testosterone.
Officially my TransBlog
This will be my new official TransBlog. Here I will post about my transition and all the good/bad changes that come along with it. I suck at this stuff so lets see how it goes. :)
Got my package in today ;) I have a penis now everyone can use the.right pronouns or get mushroom stamped :)
Just got my apartment today. Paid to have the electric turned on as well. That was a bitch. I move in tomorrow. I am one happy boy :)
i cant wait to get on the level this guy is on. one step at a time.
well looks like my packer will have to wait :( fuckin need to replace my lcd screen in my laptop orrr buy a new computer…maybe its time for an upgrade.
Shes my girl and I’m her boy. Its that simple <3 Almost three months :)