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Mayhem5150
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16 May 2024, 6:15 am

How hard is it to get a sex change? I am actually a straight male, but have run out of options for treating a seizure disorder and all of the answers are out of the box, but my doctors are saying they can only give meds for what's in the box so it looks like Hormone pills are my only cancer left for treatment to get over the seizures if I lie a little bit.



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23 May 2024, 8:52 am

I heard of someone getting a bilateral orchi by complaining about pain in their testicles.
They have no way of knowing if you are lying about pain or not. Then you need HRT.

If you are/were in the military and get VA benefits they will cover everything up to surgery.
It is possible that surgery will be covered in the future. It is sitting on a desk waiting for approval.
May need a change in political climate?

Health insurance may cover it. It may be worth working someplace just for health coverage.
It depends on where you work. Where I work the Insurance Company would change almost every year.
Once in a while it would stay the same for two years.



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02 Jun 2024, 6:08 pm

Mayhem5150 wrote:
How hard is it to get a sex change? I am actually a straight male, but have run out of options for treating a seizure disorder and all of the answers are out of the box, but my doctors are saying they can only give meds for what's in the box so it looks like Hormone pills are my only cancer left for treatment to get over the seizures if I lie a little bit.


What medication in particular are you asking about?


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