Trans*date 09.24.2014: T Shot Day

I’m into my 4th month of taking testosterone.  Today I took my second shot at a higher dose, my first step up after 3 months at my initial dose.  It’s still not a high dose, but I like having some control over the step up of this…

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Lining up my second dose of month 4.  I’m up to .4 ml or about 40% of a full dose.

 

I still sometimes nick a vein, but Dora’s good for patching me up.

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So what’s changed in 4 months?  My voice has dropped from a low alto to a tenor and I love it.  It buzzes in my chest when I’m speaking in my lower register and I’m learning to sing with it as well.  I’m getting good reviews on both my speaking and singing voice.

Hair growth is coming along slowly.  My mustache is coming in thicker and darker, growing faster than it did before T.  My chin beard, already present before T, is getting darker.  And there is increased growth in the peach fuzz along my jaw line.  It’s hard to tell yet, but I may be starting to get some chest hair and belly hair growth.

10521653_824447820922498_8810506472053056569_nNow about the ‘other growth’ that some people have asked about… yeah, there is some.  If you don’t know, testosterone added to bodies with clitorises results in those body parts growing in girth and length and becoming penis-like.  So far I have gotten thicker, maybe a little longer (as reported by my girlfriend).  What I can feel is more thickness and a kind of knot in it, which a knowledgeable friend (Neighbor Femme) says it’s my new cockhead.  It’s all very exciting and new and *omg* sensitive to the point of painfulness sometimes.  I know now about ‘morning wood’ and sudden onset horniness in a whole new way.  But no, no pictures… you can find those elsewhere 😉

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