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I'm a 24 year old genetic male, and I want to become much more feminine. I've been browsing for a awhile just looking to see what other people have tried, I have a plan I would to try but I'm extrememly nervous and i would like to know if anyone has had any success with anything that I'm planning on trying as well as any helpful information.

I'm planning on trying a combination of metformin, domperidone, and bovine ovary 3 months on 1 month off.

Not quite sure on dosage but definitely low doses and then ramp up.
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(14-09-2016, 08:37 PM)Bubblej13 Wrote: I'm a 24 year old genetic male, and I want to become much more feminine. I've been browsing for a awhile just looking to see what other people have tried, I have a plan I would to try but I'm extrememly nervous and i would like to know if anyone has had any success with anything that I'm planning on trying as well as any helpful information.

I'm planning on trying a combination of metformin, domperidone, and bovine ovary 3 months on 1 month off.

Not quite sure on dosage but definitely low doses and then ramp up.


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Hi and welcome,

How did you come about this combination?, are you diabetic?...is the Metformin prescribed?, or is this to be used as an anti-androgen?. Apologies for all the questions.


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From what I've read metformin can help lower testosterone, help your blood absorb glucose, and increase your life expectancy, whether you're diabetic or not and is safe overall to take. This is based off of a few study's that I've read through, I've done a lot of research (I mean read through quite a few articles, study's, and people's personal experiences with it) I'm still reading about them all, and from what I've read I think this combo might work well. I am still a little worried because both metformin and domperidone aren't natural and have some side effects, but nothing life threatening. If you know anyone that has taken any of these medications or know of any information about them I would really appreciate it, I probably won't be able to start my plan for like another 3months. Thank you janet.duff for the welcome i was so nervous to post on here but I'm glad I did.
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