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Good news and fun stuff

Last Wednesday was a good day.  In the province of Quebec, even though medical services are covered by our provincial insurance, it is practically impossible to get a family doctor to follow us for any issue, problem or in my case, transition.  I have to thank my psychologist... about three months ago when she wrote my letter recommending HRT and eventual GRS, she sent a copy of these to a doctor whom she knew specialized in treating LGBT folks.  Well it didn't even take two days and to my surprise, the doctor's receptionist called me and scheduled an appointment for the August 12th and informed me the doctor would be taking me on as a new patient...I was floating with happiness!!

So I went to my appointment last week and he proceeded to give me a full physical then proceeded to go over the letter from my psychologist with me.  He immediately followed up by sending me for blood work and renewed prescriptions I was previously taking, then again immediately sent a fax to an Endocrinologist in Montreal for HRT recommending he start me on it asap.  Two hours later I received a call from Montreal letting me know my appointment is set up for October 21st.  It's a little while away but ok since I'm learning we cannot be in a rush during this amazing journey called transition.  I have to say just knowing I'm finally going to start HRT has helped tremendously with my anxiety.

I'm not shy to dress in public, mind you only casually as I haven't dared to publicly wear skirts or dresses yet but will go out wearing makeup and feminine tops.  So before going to the movies with my step daughter Isabelle last Saturday, we stopped at Winners and I ended up trying on 32 different feminine articles of clothing and ended up buying some tops, a nice black dress, maxi skirt, leggings, joggers, sleepwear and a few other things...  So now I'm wearing only female clothing when not working while at home and will start going out en femme more and more. I'm shy about wearing the skirts and dresses before HRT effects kick in but will eventually work up the courage to do it... I just wish I had more butt and boobs lol.

Thanks for reading!

Roxanne xoxo 


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Dear Roxanne,

Generally good doctors make referrals to OTHER good doctors!  They are like GOLD!  Am so happy that you are forming a network of excellent doctors!  Good doctors are well worth the wait!

Rejoiced upon hearing about your mother and daughter outing!

Your friend,

Monica

 

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Hiya Roxanne, Steph here. I Came-Out, as MtoF Transsexual, on 30th. April, 2015, and I Started Fully, Full-Time, Female-Dressing, and Living, on 1st. May, 2015, which included going-out in Public, Fully, Female-Dressed, for the First-Time, as well.  I have to admit, that I was a little nervous, that first time.  Now, however, being Fully, Full-Time, Female-Dressed, is Normal, for Me. I get on Buses, or Trains, wearing Pretty Tops, and Skirts, and Female Shoes.  I Walk round the centre of London, when I go there, like it. I Am Proud to be "Out", as Transsexual, and I Am going the full route of Transitioning, with GRS, as well.  Roxanne, I Hope that I Am of some encouragement, to You. Good Luck, Take Care, and Very Best Wishes, Stephanie. 

 

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Hiya Roxanne, Thank You for following Me, Love.  I have just added some more on My Profile Page, on interests, about Music, if You are interested. Speak Soon Roxanne. Take Care, and Best Wishes, Stephanie.

 

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Most females in the UK seem to wear trousers or jeans or leggings, only occassionaly wearing skrts or dresses. Most  "t" girls that I know wish that they had more butt!, including me. I have so far found the transition journy to spring amazing unexpected surprises on me and I'm loving it, when I look back it amazes me how much I have missed as male. So I really hope that your journey is as fantastic as mine has been so far. Take care, take it slowly and keep your family relationships intact.

Cheers,

Eve

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A huge thanks to all for your encouraging and kind words.  This journey is only starting for me and I consider myself very lucky to have found all of you! 😀

Roxanne

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Hiya Roxanne. My Journey only started, on 30th. April, 2015. As Eve said, She missed out on so much, in Her earlier part of Her Life. I feel exactly the same way, but, I am trying to make up for that now. Roxanne, since I Came-Out, as Transsexual, I have been so much more contented, and so much happier. My Life is so much Nicer now. ( I get to wear such Pretty, and Comfortable Female Undies; Clothes; and Footwear, Fully, Full-Time. They are Gorgeous to wear ) !  I Would be happy to have GRS. Right Now. Roxanne, We should enjoy Our Journey's Now. I Count Myself very Lucky, that I Came-Out, when I Did. We are very Lucky, to have this Wonderful Site - TGGuide, and ALL the Wonderful People Here !  Roxanne, Take Care Love, Very Best Wishes, Stephanie. xoxo

 

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Thank you so much Steph... I AM enjoying this journey and actually going to meet friends from my monthly group for dinner this evening. Nails done, nice top and jeans...should be fun!

Roxanne 

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