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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
I’ve tried contacting some gender docs about this, but none have even replied. Seems like all they’re interested in, is cranking out new surgeries.
I’m M-f and transitioned in the early 90’s. ( Schrang – wish I hadn’t! ) I’ve had no real “issues” since then ( got past the depression with years of self defense training, and found a new occupation to replace the one i was fired from ) – just dilated religiously weekly since and have maintained a depth of about 3″ for all these years.
But in March, I was diagnosed with lymphoma and had to start chemo treatments called R-CHOP, which is pretty harsh stuff. Since July, every 3-4 weeks, for 6 times. I’ve had 5 so far.
The good news is, it apears to be curing the cancer. The bad news is that I’ve gradually been losing depth, to the point where I couldn’t even dilate last weekend. Does anyone know if this will be reversible, once I’m done with chemo next month? Like maybe it will get better again in January? Or have I just lost it?
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