Endocrinologist

 I love my “Endo” Doc. She is so nice and because of her I have been able to experience all the feminine changes I have been able to go through over the years. 

Of course it didn’t hurt that before my visit (actually the night before) I washed my hair again and just let it go into it’s natural wonderful waviness. You can see a bit of it in one of my profile pictures.

This picture was taken at only one of three times my partner Liz and I have been out in the last year. As you can see in the picture, it was last summer.Β 

It doesn’t hurt either I give my Endo the credit for my transgender transformations such as even less body hair (excluding my face of course) and increasing distribution of body fat to my hip areas. 

Now I wish my upcoming dental appointment could be as painless. Ha!!!

3 Comments

  1. mybookworld24 says:

    This might sound crazy but I feared Endos at first

    1. cyrsti says:

      Sadly I did too, plus I had to educate my first couple of endo’s to what a trans person really was!

      1. mybookworld24 says:

        Same

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