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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Trans Trending-Who is Transitioning-FTMs-Testosterone and Autoimmune Disease

 Gryffin Age 25 (less than 2 yrs on T)

Name Age 22 (2.5 yrs on T)

Max Age 16 (14 months on T)

Jake Age 25 (3 yrs on T)

Tyler Age 22 (less than a yr on T)

Logan Age 21 (3.5 yrs on T) 

Andy Age 21 (2 yrs on T)

Mal Age 27 (2 yrs on T)

Carter Age 25 (2.5 yrs on T)


In the early days of doing these posts, most Trenders were somewhere between 35-55. So even when on testosterone for a year or two, the aging wasnt as obvious and the visible appearance of unhealthiness didnt manifest until four or five years into transition. As Trans Trending has become all the rage for lesbian youth and any unhappy malcontented or sexually abused teenage girl, the harmful effects of female youths high dosing testosterone even in early stages is all to clear.
The above question was recently posed in a trans female tumblr group, rather than to an endocrinologist like it should have been. But given the anti hippocratic atmosphere revolving around transgenderism, an endo doctor might not prove any better help than a confused teenage girl.

What a good endocrinologist might tell this young woman is her elevated Urobilinogen is due to her testosterone use, how testosterone affects her female immune system and how a compromised immune system can affect her health.
Testosterone in the high dosage required for transgender changes in females causes an increase in red blood cells. This increase occurs while testosterone hampers estrogen production and the powerful (normal female) immune response is lowered. Autoimmunity (production of antibodies against the tissues of your own body) arises in effort to correct the imbalance in red blood cell count, killing red blood cells and not taking numbers. As estrogen levels rise toward the end of the Testosterone injection cycle the autoimmune response may correct itself, or it may not. Either way, the whole kill or be killed cycle begins every time testosterone is administered.

Transgender health issues like the one mentioned above continue to be addressed within transgender circles for fear that bringing health concerns to medical professionals will result in removing their drug (hormone) of choice. The hormone addiction is strengthened by coupling with patient's manufactured (trans) identity which transgender patients use as a crutch to support weak or wounded egos. In a nutshell, fear of losing hormone drugs which support the trans identity facade revealing an ego that cannot (or the patient feels cannot) stand on its own, outweighs all common sense and health risks or scares, including outweighing mortality itself.

No matter how its diced sliced or coloured, testosterone's harmful effects on females who transition is as clear as the illness on their face.

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18 comments:

  1. Sad. I hope these young people wake up to the damage they are doing to their bodies before it's too late.

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    1. What's sad is your willingness to believe bullshit. What's being said here isn't even true in the first place. The only purpose of this article is out people and to cause hate crimes to be committed against them

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    2. To Aryanna Hulo: You are the one who is full of bullshit. Keep telling yourself that it's perfectly healthy for people to take hormones that are not meant for their bodies. Think about it before knee-jerk reacting (that is, if you even bothered to actually read the post, which is highly doubtful). We will see who is correct in a decade or two. I already know it's not you. Dirt is in no way causing hate crimes to be committed against anybody. The only hate crime going on here is all the people who are being led to their own deaths through their own ignorance and the ignorance of the politically correct community and people like you.

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  2. i went to many different therapists to talk of gender change/ starting T. they all told me, "oh there's nothing to worry about, T is not dangerous, taking Panadol tablets can have side effects, everything has side effects so don't worry!" - well, they were just pushing their agenda/their work of being a gender therapist onto me. they were not doctors and they said there were no side effects of starting hormones. when i finally talked to a real psychiatrist, he gave me a list of all the side effects, most of which looked quite dangerous. i am not against transgender people and i don't think it is right for you to name and shame those who are transitioning or call them mentally ill, but talking about the bad effects of T is a good thing you are doing, because people need to know and not be sucked in by gender therapists (some) of who are quick to say there is absolutely nothing wrong with taking hormones, when there are consequences. this is not you being transphobic (by stating the consequences of T), this is you warning people and being realistic. if you were less hateful towards transgender people that would be better and focused your energy on promoting the ill-effects of testosterone or estrogen therapy then i couldn't see any harm you were doing. this is just my opinion, you will do what you want to do.

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    1. Except she chose to out FTMs on her blog for everyone to see. People who otherwise may have never chosen to reveal there transition to anyone. Attempting to make an example of them and their transitions.

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    2. Anon 5/10 at 7:28 a.m.: These people willingly and knowingly put their own information out there on a public site. If they were so concerned about people knowing about their business, they should think about it before putting their own info where everybody can see it. What part of this is so difficult to understand? They outed themselves.

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    3. this is the person who posted may 8 at 5:09 original comment:
      yes i don't think it is a good idea to put their lives publicly on Dirt's website; even if these FTM people decide at the moment they are ok with everyone knowing, on another site, later on down the track they might think 'well actually i would rather be a private person' - so they will take down their information, however, it will still be up here for everyone to see. it is up to each person whether they choose to go down the route of transition or not and it is terrible for anyone to make fun of them for doing so, if i was transitioning and found my picture on this site i would be very hurt. this could be a very good educational site on the things that some therapists don't tell you about transitioning, but unfortunately there is a lot of hate and judgement thrown around too.

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  3. You need to remove this post right now. You've shared a friend of mines information without HIS consent. What you've done could possibly open the door to hate crimes. As someone who identifies as a lesbian you should be able to fully comprehend the kind of hatred and danger you've put him in. You yourself I'm sure have dealt with a million people who in one way or another belittled you, made you feel like garbage, and treated you poorly due to your sexual orientation. What you are doing is the exact same based on his choice to free himself of a body, and an identity that was never truly his to begin with.

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    1. Open the door to hate crimes? Get a grip. These people have put their own information out there publicly. They presumably are capable of making decisions for themselves, and knew what they were doing when they did so. If they were concerned about being outed, or concerned about the possible repercussions, they should have thought of that before putting their own info out there.

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  4. HOW WOULD YOU HAVE FELT IF SOMEONE HAD OUTED YOU WHEN YOU WERE GROWING UP? JUST BECAUSE ITS ON TUMBLR DOES NOT MEAN ITS OKAY FOR YOU TO OUT PEOPLE LIKE THAT. YOU ARE A DISGUSTING AND VILE HUMAN BEING. I CAN ONLY IMAGINE HOW HURT YOU WOULD HAVE BEEN IF ANYONE HAD OUTED YOU TO WITHOUT YOUR CONSENT OR KNOWLEDGE! HAVE A HEART AND SOME COMPASSION. YOURE A TERRIBLE EXCUSE FOR A HUMAN BEING.

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    1. HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF YOU WERE WARNING PEOPLE THEY WERE HARMING THEMSELVES AND NOBODY LISTENED? SO, GO AHEAD AND YELL IN ALL CAPS ALL YOU WANT TO, BUT IT WILL NOT CHANGE THE TRUTH THAT DIRT IS TELLING. INSTEAD OF NAME-CALLING AND OVERREACTING AND HAVING A TEMPER TANTRUM, HOW ABOUT DOING SOME RESEARCH AND ACTUALLY THINKING ABOUT THE MULTIPLE REASONS THAT DANGEROUS HORMONES AND SURGERIES ARE NOT A GOOD IDEA?

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  5. So I just watched a vid from the last female, 'Carter' about her "bottom surgery" it was so fucked up.. She is trying to maintain composure, acting like all this horrible stuff happening to her is normal, but it definitely NOT. This is some seriously twisted shit!

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    1. Good point, superslayer. Exactly. They have to tell themselves that it's all okay because they are so far invested and brainwashed in it. As are many of the commenters here.

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    2. oh dear, i hope writing in caps doesn't become a thing here. No, I can't sustain my lower-case very long either. In NO WAY (ok, caps) can the information (you can call it propaganda, I certainly want to propagate it) that Dirt provides here be construed as "persecution".

      It's not news that all medical and surgical procedures carry risk. I refuse NSAIDs for my arthritis because they are known to increase the risk of heart attack; I prefer to suffer, though not in silence, as my partner will testify.

      The medical risks involved in F2M "transition" (a cosmetic procedure, let us not forget) so grossly outweigh its perceived benefit that it would be criminal NOT to point them out.

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  6. Wow. I went looking for the video superslayer mentioned... My jaw is still on the floor...

    Rectal and urethral fistulas. Leaking feces through constructed "phallus". Urethral stricture. An ileostomy!!! A nasogastric tube; total parenteral nutrition. That is quite a litany of "complications" (not that that word begins to cover how catastrophic some of these interventions are!)

    This is not the first phalloplasty account I've read that included months of intensive follow-up surgeries, due to (nicked?) bowel complications. This is gravely serious business. I can't even imagine the costs of all these medical interventions.

    What sick people these surgeons must be, that they'll perform these nightmarish experimental surgeries on female bodies.

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    1. Scary stuff indeed. And yet people think Dirt is just persecuting them, when she is trying to warn them about exactly these types of issues.

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    2. I have undergone (necessary) genital surgery both in childhood and (more scarily) as an adult, including corrective phalloplasty. It's certainly not a barrel of laughs, though uros and gynos do seem to have a sense of humour all their own.
      Many legitimate urologists and gynecologists are as outraged by these medically unnecessary and destructive "procedures" as we, and while most shrug their shoulders and say "what can you do?", a few are now standing against this abuse.
      Of course, the medical profession is a tight-lipped freemasonry, but if you have a confident relationship with your gyno/uro or generalist, it IS worth raising the subject with them.

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  7. I really like the fresh perspective you did on the issue. I will be back soon to check up on new posts! Thank you!
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