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Re: Hip, thigh, and rear body changes for MTFs
« Reply #60 on: May 07, 2020, 06:23:28 pm »
22 years on HRT. Minimal dose every other day since I turned 75. I'll be 83 in four weeks. 

My waist never narrowed and my hips/butt never changed. Probably because I was 61 when I began HRT. Love handles come and go as my weight varies + or - 5 pounds or so. (Mostly +).

Skin became thinner, and body hair became less and finer. I can go about 6 weeks between arm and leg depilation. Skin is pretty much meh, now: 20+ more years in the sun and biannual skin cancer surgeries.

Life is good, but I'm not the svelte 63- year-old I was when I had my surgery.

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Hip, thigh, and rear body changes for MTFs
« Reply #61 on: August 23, 2020, 08:28:36 am »
I think I have seen a bit more on the hips without gaining weight so that is encouraging.


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