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1 year hrt
« on: July 16, 2018, 07:50:57 pm »
Hi friends 🌸🌸🌸  I’m celebrating my one year anniversary of starting Hrt,

I wrote about my experience in my thread Jess’s Mess

Hugs and smiles, Jessica

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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2018, 11:42:19 pm »
  And that's where I replied.... once is enough or your head will explode. Congrats on the year Sis.

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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2018, 12:01:30 am »
@Jessica
Dear Jess:  This is certainly a day to remember... write it down on your journal... a very memorable day to celebrate...  and then there will be year #2 and so on.

Happy HRT Birthday :icon_birthday:

Thank you for posting that wonderful chronicle of your changes and experiences that you have experienced this last year ... on your thread  "Jess's Mess"

I loved reading it, in fact I have read it now 3 times!!!

Hugs and hugs and hugs...🌸🌸🌸
Danielle
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Started HRT March 2015, it's been an exciting journey
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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #3 on: July 17, 2018, 06:44:26 am »
Congratulations Jessica on your anniversary and wishing you future success.

Hugs

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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #4 on: July 17, 2018, 11:53:31 am »
Thank you so much for the kind words 🌸🌸🌸
One year goes by in the blink of an eye.....that’s how life works.
Who knows where the next blink will lead you....
Who knows what tomorrow brings?


Hugs an smiles, Jess

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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #5 on: July 17, 2018, 12:43:33 pm »
Thank you so much for the kind words 🌸🌸🌸
One year goes by in the blink of an eye.....that’s how life works.
Who knows where the next blink will lead you....
Who knows what tomorrow brings?


Hugs an smiles, Jess

@Jessica
Dear Jess:  You are a veritable wealth of wise and thoughtful sayings and writings ....
What you just wrote is another one that certainly has a place on the "Susans Writers and Book Readers" thread.   
Please feel free to post it there... please!!!

Hugs,
Danielle
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Started HRT March 2015, it's been an exciting journey
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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #6 on: July 17, 2018, 01:07:14 pm »
Oh and what a coinkydink that today is my yearly physical...13 months from my last one.
Haven’t seen my GP since telling him I was transgender.
Think he will see a difference?

Hmmmm, could be....
What will he call me?  Jess?  It’s on my chart.
Will he notice my perfect nails?
Will he do a breast exam?!?
What shirt to wear...what shoes!


???  💁‍♀️ Jess

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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #7 on: July 17, 2018, 01:15:48 pm »
Jess,  congrats on the anniversary! X

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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #8 on: July 17, 2018, 02:11:26 pm »
Congratulations my friend!! We've been together in this journey since the beginning. Love you!!
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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #9 on: July 17, 2018, 02:24:07 pm »
Oh and what a coinkydink that today is my yearly physical...13 months from my last one.
Haven’t seen my GP since telling him I was transgender.
Think he will see a difference?

Hmmmm, could be....
What will he call me?  Jess?  It’s on my chart.
Will he notice my perfect nails?
Will he do a breast exam?!?
What shirt to wear...what shoes!

???  💁‍♀️ Jess

@Jessica
Dear Jess:  Yes, indeed, your GP will definitely see a difference... but how are you considering going to your appointment... in male mode or in female mode????

Oh, this is the very first time I have heard the term "coinkydink" 
..... so I had to look it up.
"coiinkidink (noun) : a way to say coincidence, but more fun"

Hmmm, shucky darn, why didn't I know that??

Thanks for sharing and we will be looking for your report about your
exciting doctors appointment.   

By the way, I have already had 2 breast exams and also a mammogram....
Mammograms are sometimes referred to by some cis-women as "titty-squishers" for very good reason...
...another right of passage for being female. ;)

Hugs and well wishes as always,
Danielle
Check out my Personal Threads that have more details about myself (click Links):
   "I am the HUNTED PREY : Danielle's Chronicles"
               "Positive Mindset... put away negativity"
                            "Susans Writers and Book Readers"

Started HRT March 2015, it's been an exciting journey
>>> I've been Full Time since December 2016 :icon_chick:
I am 38 years old, Single, and Self Employed in a small town up in the COLD North.
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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #10 on: July 17, 2018, 02:42:56 pm »
@Charlie Nicki @Alaskan Danielle


Congratulations my friend!! We've been together in this journey since the beginning. Love you!!

Yes dear sister, we are joined at the hip with our bond.  We have both weathered much.


@Jessica
Dear Jess:  Yes, indeed, your GP will definitely see a difference... but how are you considering going to your appointment... in male mode or in female mode????

Oh, this is the very first time I have heard the term "coinkydink" 
..... so I had to look it up.
"coiinkidink (noun) : a way to say coincidence, but more fun"

Hmmm, shucky darn, why didn't I know that??

Thanks for sharing and we will be looking for your report about your
exciting doctors appointment.   

By the way, I have already had 2 breast exams and also a mammogram....
Mammograms are sometimes referred to by some cis-women as "titty-squishers" for very good reason...
...another right of passage for being female. ;)

Hugs and well wishes as always,
Danielle


I will be presenting in feminine form and dress.
No makeup, no male cut shirt.
I’m considering getting a female GP...any thoughts?

Hugs and smiles, Jess

"If you go out looking for friends, you are going to find they are very scarce.  If you go out to be a friend, you'll find them everywhere."

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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #11 on: July 17, 2018, 03:43:43 pm »
@Charlie Nicki @Alaskan Danielle


Yes dear sister, we are joined at the hip with our bond.  We have both weathered much.


I will be presenting in feminine form and dress.
No makeup, no male cut shirt.
I’m considering getting a female GP...any thoughts?

Hugs and smiles, Jess

@Jessica:
Dear Jess:   Way to go Jess...  "Going where no man has gone before"  as William Shatner would say.

Regarding your doctor, whatever makes you feel comfortable... completely your choice.   I started out with a female GP and female Endo before I moved up here and went full-time... it was always a little strange having a woman give me a prostate exam and one time she check a lump on one of my testicles....
...but these doctors, man or woman, have seen it all.

Since I moved up here as a full-time woman, I am presently seeing a male GP and a male Endo...   I have completely grown out of my embarrassment.   So, bottom line, it is all about your preference and your comfort level. 

Please keep us posted about your doctor's visit and whatever else.... your followers are a curious bunch and we want to know!!!

Oh, are you going to be wearing panties and a bra at you doctor's visit?

Hugs, and Hugs,
Danielle

Check out my Personal Threads that have more details about myself (click Links):
   "I am the HUNTED PREY : Danielle's Chronicles"
               "Positive Mindset... put away negativity"
                            "Susans Writers and Book Readers"

Started HRT March 2015, it's been an exciting journey
>>> I've been Full Time since December 2016 :icon_chick:
I am 38 years old, Single, and Self Employed in a small town up in the COLD North.
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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #12 on: July 17, 2018, 05:55:57 pm »
@Alaskan Danielle

@Jessica:
Dear Jess:   Way to go Jess...  "Going where no man has gone before"  as William Shatner would say.

Regarding your doctor, whatever makes you feel comfortable... completely your choice.   I started out with a female GP and female Endo before I moved up here and went full-time... it was always a little strange having a woman give me a prostate exam and one time she check a lump on one of my testicles....
...but these doctors, man or woman, have seen it all.

Since I moved up here as a full-time woman, I am presently seeing a male GP and a male Endo...   I have completely grown out of my embarrassment.   So, bottom line, it is all about your preference and your comfort level. 

Please keep us posted about your doctor's visit and whatever else.... your followers are a curious bunch and we want to know!!!

Oh, are you going to be wearing panties and a bra at you doctor's visit?

Hugs, and Hugs,
Danielle


I have only worn women’s clothes (save for the male tailored shirts 60% of the time) since last December, so yes panties and a bra are de rigueur.

I’m thinking I may seek out a female doctor, not sure if the cursory examination given is up to what a woman would give a woman.  He did the basics, like every other yearly physical he has given, adding in pertinent questions on my transition and the effects of my medications.
The breast exam I felt was lacking in that it was more of a visual inspection, but this was my first time as Jess with him.  His nurse was far more respectful of pronouns and name than he was.  I told him call me Jess.  He did, mixed in with a lot of he and him as he talked to his nurse.

Otherwise, excellent health 🌸🌸🌸 Jess 


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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #13 on: July 17, 2018, 06:11:08 pm »
@Alaskan Danielle

I have only worn women’s clothes (save for the male tailored shirts 60% of the time) since last December, so yes panties and a bra are de rigueur.

I’m thinking I may seek out a female doctor, not sure if the cursory examination given is up to what a woman would give a woman.  He did the basics, like every other yearly physical he has given, adding in pertinent questions on my transition and the effects of my medications.
The breast exam I felt was lacking in that it was more of a visual inspection, but this was my first time as Jess with him.  His nurse was far more respectful of pronouns and name than he was.  I told him call me Jess.  He did, mixed in with a lot of he and him as he talked to his nurse.

Otherwise, excellent health 🌸🌸🌸 Jess

@Jessica
Dear Jess:  Frankly I have found that my male GP and my male Endo are very attentive and seem to do thorough exams.  I have had 2 breast exams and the first one was fairly thorough but it was the second one that did involve more looking, comparing, and more feeling for irregularities and that is when he referred me to the mammogram clinic.   

Again, there are good and not so good male doctors and there are good and not so good female doctors.... so ask around, and go to whichever doctor of whichever sex you feel most at ease with...   
Every patient and every doctor will interface differently with each other... sometimes with more of a connection and sometimes with less, so let your personal preference help you to decide.

So, help me understand something...  your member name is Jessica... obviously a female name, but also Jess is an obviously female name, so I am finally getting the picture that you prefer to be call Jess....   OK, I get it... from now on I will address you as Jess!!!

Thank you for your followup update.
Hugs and hugs,
Danielle
Check out my Personal Threads that have more details about myself (click Links):
   "I am the HUNTED PREY : Danielle's Chronicles"
               "Positive Mindset... put away negativity"
                            "Susans Writers and Book Readers"

Started HRT March 2015, it's been an exciting journey
>>> I've been Full Time since December 2016 :icon_chick:
I am 38 years old, Single, and Self Employed in a small town up in the COLD North.
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Re: 1 year hrt
« Reply #14 on: July 17, 2018, 06:19:25 pm »
@Alaskan Danielle


@Jessica
Dear Jess:  Frankly I have found that my male GP and my male Endo are very attentive and seem to do thorough exams.  I have had 2 breast exams and the first one was fairly thorough but it was the second one that did involve more looking, comparing, and more feeling for irregularities and that is when he referred me to the mammogram clinic.   

Again, there are good and not so good male doctors and there are good and not so good female doctors.... so ask around, and go to whichever doctor of whichever sex you feel most at ease with...   
Every patient and every doctor will interface differently with each other... sometimes with more of a connection and sometimes with less, so let your personal preference help you to decide.

So, help me understand something...  your member name is Jessica... obviously a female name, but also Jess is an obviously female name, so I am finally getting the picture that you prefer to be call Jess....   OK, I get it... from now on I will address you as Jess!!!

Thank you for your followup update.
Hugs and hugs,
Danielle


Friends in a casual setting call me Jess, and you personally are within all rights to address me this way. 
New members and more proper settings, I’m Jessica. 
When I’m handling Honey Badgers, I’m Lady Jessica!

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