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Offline LizK

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Re: On being Liz
« Reply #720 on: September 01, 2018, 02:29:07 pm »
Is that the thread holding the surgery together ????? (apologises for my warped humour )

 ;D ;D Oh Davina...I hope not!!! I hope its the real deal...you know....sutures!! I don't think superglue and blu-tack will fit the bill.
Transition Begun 25 September 2015
HRT since 17 May 2016,
Fulltime from 8 March 2017,
GCS 4 December 2018
Voice Surgery 01 February 2019

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Re: On being Liz
« Reply #721 on: September 01, 2018, 11:03:03 pm »
;D ;D Oh Davina...I hope not!!! I hope its the real deal...you know....sutures!! I don't think superglue and blu-tack will fit the bill.

Hmmm... you’d be amazed at what is holding me together right now.  Super-glue, staples, some packing tape and bits of plastic, the odd little metal plates and screws...   And the old needle-and thread routine, of course.
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Electrolysis - Hours in The Chair: 238 (8.5 were preparing for GCS, five clearings); On estradiol patch June 2016; Full-time Oct 22, 2016; GCS Oct 20, 2017; FFS Aug 28, 2018; Stage 2 labiaplasty revision and BA Feb 26, 2019
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Re: On being Liz
« Reply #722 on: September 07, 2018, 07:06:07 pm »
Thanks to all who have read and commented in this thread...we have laughed, cried, been angry and joyously happy...dark days of despair through to days of light and hope...you have been with me all the way. This is the end of one part of my transition and the beginning of the next part and if you wish to continue to follow my story then please join me in my new thread

To all of you who read and commented or followed along :icon_wave-nerd:

 
:icon_bunch: Thankyou :icon_bunch:
An Aussie Girls GCS Story

https://www.susans.org/forums/index.php/topic,240702.0.html
Transition Begun 25 September 2015
HRT since 17 May 2016,
Fulltime from 8 March 2017,
GCS 4 December 2018
Voice Surgery 01 February 2019

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