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