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mlkybab:
i’ve been doing a lot of research lately since i want to start t as soon as possible

1) i want to fully pass before i go to college
(i’m graduating early so i’m technically a junior this year)

2) my dysphoria sucks ass

but i don’t know if i can?
planned parenthood doesn’t offer hrt to minors but i don’t know where i can get hrt being a minor, possibly someone that uses informed consent, and accepts insurance

please help


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stephaniec:
the only thing I can suggest is to get a gender therapist

Northern Star Girl:

--- Quote from: mlkybab on November 21, 2018, 08:11:29 pm ---i’ve been doing a lot of research lately since i want to start t as soon as possible

1) i want to fully pass before i go to college
(i’m graduating early so i’m technically a junior this year)

2) my dysphoria sucks ass

but i don’t know if i can?
planned parenthood doesn’t offer hrt to minors but i don’t know where i can get hrt being a minor, possibly someone that uses informed consent, and accepts insurance

please help

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@mlkybab   
Dear MlkyBab:
   I am most pleased that you had decided to join the Susan's Place site.

    Please allow me to also welcome you here.
    Thank you for writing your posting.... as you get more involved in exchanging comments on various posts other members will be along to offer their thoughts and comments in response to any of your specific questions and concerns..

    This is the right place for you to be to find out what others may have to say that may have been in your circumstances and with your questions and concerns.
    There are a lot of members here that will be able to identify with your situation as you continue to feel free to share it.
 
    I also want to warmly WELCOME you to Susan's Place. 
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Northern Star Girl:
@mlkybab 
Oh, and another thing Mlkybab,
Since you are one of our younger members please make certain that you find your way to the Youth Introductions Forum and introduce yourself there so that more young members will know of your arrival and therefore you and them will be able to share more information and questions.

Again, Welcome to Susan's Place
Best wishes to you and enjoy your time here.
Danielle

NOTE:  Now that all of this Official Greeting business is done, I will let you have your thread back.

Dena:
Welcome to Susan's Place. The biggest problem your going to fact in your plan is that 18 might be the age you have to reach before  they will give you T. This is an adult decision and the only way around it will be to have your parents and therapist agree it's in your best interest to start T at a younger age. Normally with a FTM, a drug that suppress estrogen production is used until 18 is reached and then the switch to T is made. By suppressing estrogen, you maintain the ability to pass as a young boy, top surgery is avoided and you will gain additional height that wouldn't be possible if you had normal estrogen levels in your system.

It might be possible to make your plan work but it's going to require everybody agreeing to it including the doctor that will prescribe T.

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