Forced Feminization Products and Guide
Feminization of Men- Introduction to the Transfemme® Feminizing Program
The information contained in the Transfemme Feminizing Program Guide & Forced Feminization Products is directed toward the male to female transgendered individual. As a consumer (or potential consumer) of transgender products, this Guide is published with the intent to better educate and inform on the topic of feminization of men, and should be considered as a general reference for the process of feminizing men and not a substitute to your primary physician’s medical care. Feminizing your body is serious business, do not self medicate.
What To Know Before You Start Male Feminization
As you explore transgender medical therapies through the Internet and other avenues, you should be prepared to discover a wide range of conflicting information and misinformation on the subject. Below is a list of general information and do’s and don’ts about male feminization.
– Do not overlook the necessary blood monitoring and medical oversight. Proper medical management not only avoids unnecessary health risks, but assures that you are sufficiently feminizing. It is common for individuals who self-medicate to be on a less than adequate feminizing regime.
– Follow instructions: Take your dosing regimen seriously; arbitrarily increasing doses may put you at risk, and as well, forgetting to take prescribed dosing may slow your progress.
– Don’t settle for less with regard to your health. You may come into contact with self-proclaimed authority figures on the Internet who casually and wrongly suggest to you that medical monitoring is unnecessary, this is untrue and bad advice.
– If you decide to manage your own feminizing therapies, at the very least, seek periodic check-ups at a local walk-in clinic.
– If you decide to undergo hormone treatment, think through any desires you may have for having children as prolonged hormone therapy will likely render you irreversibly sterile.
– Hormonal feminization is the subject of endocrinology, a specialized branch of internal medicine which is concerned with the study of the glands and hormones of the body and their related disorders.
Expectations For Feminizing a Man
– Orchiectomy cannot produce additional feminization or speed the process of feminization of men any better than the use of drug therapies alone. You would still need to take estrogen and anti-androgens after orchiectomy which can affect organ function, specifically the liver and kidneys.
– Unless the orchiectomy is performed by a skilled surgeon the scrotum (which is often used to give depth to the new vagina) may be too small and scarred for use.
– Most of our customers on our Full Male Feminization Program has given enough time see their testicles become smaller and less obtrusive so they can be hidden in bathing suits and clothing easily. Think of your testicles as your external ovaries, you need them.
If you decide to have castration surgery with or without future SRS, realize this procedure is major surgery! There are physicians who are willing to perform castration for less money and under less than optimum conditions in an office environment, but this may not be your best or safest option for feminizing men.