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Apr 04

MTF Breast TransFemme Testimonial and Reviews

By Kay | Transfemme reviews

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Hello,

My name is Victoria and I have been using Transfemme for about 7 months and have had amazing results. I have went from not even an A cup to a solid B which is absolutely wonderful. The changes in my mind have also been a welcome change. But, one thing I have noticed is that the rest of my body changed has more dramatically than my breasts. I am to the point where I can no longer wear male jeans due to the growth in my hips and the new shape my butt has taken (which I LOVE)…

Anyways I’m wondering if there is a way to slow down the growth on the rest of my body and increase the growth in my breasts?…I love your product and am about to run out, I’m just afraid my body will completely feminize but i will remain with small breasts that don’t match with the growth I’ve experienced across the rest of my body. I love your product and would enjoy ordering more, its just I cannot see myself doing that if the outcome of your product are greater than what I had bought the product for to begin with. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been floored with your product, you have changed my body and mind in the best way possible, I’d just like my breasts to catch up. Thank you for any help, you have been a tremendous help for me when it comes to letting out the woman on the inside.

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Victoria

Dear Victoria,

Congratulations on your transformation to womanhood! We really enjoyed reading your TransFemme testimonial letter and we would love to have your photos? Can you share more about how you feel and the process you went through for the benefit of the other Transfemme customers and transsexuals?

Having a female shape is not a side effect, this is what happens to all women. You get hips, and breasts. You could look at your mothers and any sisters you have for an idea of what kind of body you will have? Almost all women have hips slightly larger than their breasts. Of course, your age, what you eat and your exercise program all have an effect.

Now that you have a woman’s estrogen and testosterone levels you also have to deal with normal female pattern weight distribution. If you eat a little extra it goes to the butt and the hips! This is what almost all women deal with when they get older and even sometimes young women deal with now. The good news is your larger hips and buttocks should be maxed out by now. It’s not like they grow indefinitely to larger proportions while your boobs stay the same, that would be abnormal.

I think we should look at your diet and another health status. Please send us a copy of your dietary intake for one week, along with photographs of yourself and any blood work you have. We also need to know what your temperature is during the day and when you wake up? If your thyroid is low that could be why you have extra curves/fat on your hips and buttocks. You will also notice any male pattern baldness stops and you will not get a man’s beer belly if you gain weight.

Please also send us a list of any health problems you may have, any medication you take and all supplements you use.

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Blessings,

Bountiful Breast/Transfemme Staff

Apr 25

Balancing being on the journey and preexisting health problems

By Kay | Our Blog

“Hello I am a 56 year old transgendered female stuck in a male body. I have been trying to deny my true self for too long. I recently was diagnosed with GID. They recommend I begin transition ASAP. I have many medical issues and the doctors worry about hormone treatment. I wonder if your program might be a more prudent choice? I have high blood pressure, sleep apnea, severe allergies, diabetes, type II. Please advise me if your program will help?”

Michelle

Obviously you have a complicated case with multiple parts of your endocrine system failing. Diabetes, hypoglycemia, probably: adrenal-pituitary communication failure, testosterone deficiency, thyroid dysfunction. GID and your health problems in my opinion are in conflict with each other, as the treatment to be female and the health issues are opposed.

We are not medical doctors and can not give you medical advice. I can say feminizing your body will risk exacerbating your pre-existing conditions. I don’t think it matters if you use Transfemme or another treatment, either way there are risks; using our product is probably the lesser of the evils but still a risk.

The question is: how much suffering do you go through being trapped as a male and will taking steps to be female give you enough of a mental health benefit to make the benefits outweigh the risks? These are the kinds of decisions only you and your doctors can make.

I would ask myself how happy or unhappy am I the way I am and do I want to spend my remaining years feminizing or stuck as a male? If the feminizing sped up your demise, is that ok if….. you get to feel better as a female or becoming a female? Is it ok if you are not perfectly female, just in transition? Will it satisfy you to be on the journey rather than at the destination? You have to figure out where the balance is for you? A lot of our customers feel satisfied to be on the journey and to wear female clothes and see female changes happening, even though they are not perfectly female looking in all ways yet.

I think the key to doing this is to feel happy with oneself once you make a decision and enjoy the journey. If you can’t be happy on the journey and will only feel happy being 100% female then you need more therapy because the fact is you were born in a male body and that is life. You have to accept yourself and the facts the way they are and embrace your decision and your process joyfully. If you can have a good time and enjoy your life while transitioning, (which is a lot of work) then it would be worth while to find a doctor who can help you with the health issues while transitioning.

I feel being at peace with who you are on the inside is important. Accepting that the outside is what it is and you will do what you can do to change it, but at the same time being accepting and gentle with yourself is a key. We all have limited time here on earth, endeavor to have as many happy days as you can and love yourself as you are, a male trapped in a female body. The male body is just the outside covering who you really are.

There are a lot of transgendered people and support groups were you can meet others like you. We also have a forum where you can meet other T girls and make some friends to share your feelings and experiences with. The good news is we hear from a lot of our T girls and they are happy transitioning, I hope you can feel the same.