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Northern Star Girl:

--- Quote from: MoniqueChris on July 05, 2020, 01:04:45 pm ---Hi there,

I am a transsexual young lady who is willing to have srs but im also one of those people that CAN'T and im serious when I say CAN'T (if tried a lot of different things) gain weight, but im extremely healthy, i have a nice lifestyle and my bloodtests are perfect, do you think that being skinny (but really healthy) will be a problem if I want to have surgery? or it does not matter that much? I know that a lot of you might no be doctors, i just want opinions, this worries me a lot

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Northern Star Girl:
Dear MoniqueChris:

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I’ve heard of a minimum bmi limit of 15 for one surgeon. Are you below that?


--- Quote from: AnonyMs on July 06, 2020, 03:26:11 am ---I’ve heard of a minimum bmi limit of 15 for one surgeon. Are you below that?

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No, Miss.


It would help us if you gave us your height and weight. You can calculate your BMI from that and we can give you a definite answer.

There are some of us who are way underweight. Think of people with body dysphoric issues. I think we all may be familiar with this for one reason or another.

Some of us, no  matter how thin we are, see nothing but excess fat. These people see nothing wrong with losing even more weight. They describe themselves as healthy. They are not. They just don't see it as we do.

I know you have described yourself as healthy, but how can we help without height and weight?


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