Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Effect Take FTM Testosterone Changes ?

According to Trans Care, a service of Vancouver Coastal Health, the majority of changes associated with testosterone therapy occur during the first two years of treatment. Effects felt within one to three months include increased libido, clitoral growth, hair growth, dryness of the vagina, increased skin oil production, growth of musculature and fat redistribution. Between one and six months periods stop, and within three to six months after treatment begins the voice begins to change and continues to change for the next several months. During the second year of treatment, growth of facial hair and male-pattern baldness may occur.

How Long Does it Take for FTM Testosterone Changes ?

Sunday, September 13, 2009

how their life?

how their life? why their replace the normal identity to transsexual? what are they think when their change identity?

Sunday, September 6, 2009

what do you think??

what is the best thing you know about the transsexual? and how you feel about this problem?

Thursday, August 20, 2009

is transsexualism the same as homosexuality?

Transsexualism not same with the homosexuality.Transsexualism is about a person's who core sense of their gender.This is a separate issue from the gender of the people they are attracted to.
Just like any other individual, a transsexual person may identify as heterosexual,gay,lesbian, or bisexual.For example, a person raised as a man who transitions to living as a woman may identify as heterosexual, in which case she would seek or continue relationships with men, or lesbian, in which case she would seek or continue relationships with other women.Or she may not feel that it is necessary or meaningful to label herself with regard to sexual orientation at all.

Monday, August 10, 2009


Transsexual Treatment

It have two treatments. Firstly is MTF Treatments. MTF transsexuals take female hormones estrogen and sometimes progesterone. They may also take medicines to make their body stop making or responding to testosterone. These are called 'anti-androgens. It causes breasts to grow, but it will not reverse many of the effects of testosterone. It does not make beards go away. It does not make voices higher. So transsexual women have to do many other things to make their bodies more female. They have treatment to remove their facial hair. This is usually through electrolysis. Sometimes transsexual women with deep voices may have surgery to raise them. Many transsexual women try to make their voice sound higher and more female without surgery. Sometimes they go to voice coaches or speech therapists to get help with this. Lastly, is FTM Treatments. FTM transsexuals also take hormones. Testosterone works much better for FTM transsexuals than estrogen does for MTF transsexuals. Testosterone will make a transsexual man's voice deeper. It will make a beard grow. Testosterone also cause menstruation to stop. many transsexual men also want genital surgery. Some get a total hysterectomy which is removal of the uterus and ovary. Some may also get surgery on their outside genitals. The two most common surgeries are a phalloplasty and a metoidioplasty. A phalloplasty takes skin and tissue from somewhere else on the transsexual man's body and makes it into a penis.


Transsexual man and women ( referred to as trans man or trans women respectively) desire to establish a permanent gender role as a member of the gender with which they identify, often pursuing medical interventions as part of process. These physical alterations are collectively referred to as sex reassignment therapy and may include female-to-male/male-to-female hormon replacement therapy and /or sex reassignment surgery. The entire process of switching from one physical sex and social gender presentation to the other is often referred to as transition, and usually takes saveral years.