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(21-08-2019, 11:09 PM)Katie Wrote:
(02-08-2019, 10:12 PM)Happyme Wrote: It seems like the NBE traffic light has changed and all the 'Old" girls are coming back!


LOL, I was just thinking that too, the class of 2015 is returning!  Big Grin  just need Sophia and Eden now!

lovely to see you again Skye, your a fellow Youtuber as well!  

And you as well  Big Grin

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#12
Hi everyone!  I just posted a new video on my YouTube channel.  It's about my hrt and weight gain through the years.  It's a short video but I think it's a subject a lot of us deal with, maybe not everyone though.  Here's the link or follow the webpage links for me on this page or my profile.




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Great video, Skye!  It is on a topic very applicable to me.  One thing that I can add is that taking bicalutimide, an anti-androgen, can make the weight gain problem worse.  I don't notice so much that my appetite has increased as that my metabolism seems to have slowed.  Added to that is that my motivation to exercise is somewhat diminished.  Of course, these changes could be related to other things, such as the effect of aging.  (I am older than you.)  In any case, I will look for you on Youtube!
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(29-09-2019, 12:53 PM)spanky Wrote: Great video, Skye!  It is on a topic very applicable to me.  One thing that I can add is that taking bicalutimide, an anti-androgen, can make the weight gain problem worse.  I don't notice so much that my appetite has increased as that my metabolism seems to have slowed.  Added to that is that my motivation to exercise is somewhat diminished.  Of course, these changes could be related to other things, such as the effect of aging.  (I am older than you.)  In any case, I will look for you on Youtube!


That's the funny thing about E vs. T, it can change your psychology and motivations.  Not to mention, transitioning in itself is having to relearn your place in life lol.  

Definitely, those hormones effect your metabolism. As well, anyone who has not been involved in any kind of regular exercise program and has been eating the typical American based diet void in whole foods and/or not tracking how much they eat either too much/too little will definitely ruin your metabolism.  Age is a factor, but is relative to the before mentioned reasons.  I'm 50 yo, and in the video, at least I think I mentioned that I did not exercise and eat well before 2 years ago.  My metabolism was in the deepest pit of hell.  I woke up one day and looked in the mirror and hated what was happening to me.  I looked older than I felt I should of.  I wasn't ready to throw in the towel and accept it.  I found my motivation and decided I would change my life yet once again.  

Not everyone experiences the same thing on hrt because everyone's bodies/psychology/lifestyle is different.  But past 19 years of my transition, This subject is typical of many who in the mtf community has gone through this experience.
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#15
Yup, nearly 4 years in and I`m defo noticing a slight increasearound the middle for some reason? I`m still a UK size 8 to 10, but i`m leaning more towards just the 10 as time goes on. my daily Chocolate intake has increased though, so maybe that`s the cause (I keep telling myself it isn`t), maybe I`ll start looking for organic Whole Chocolate instead?
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#16
Hey y'all!  Just did another video!



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#17
You look great, I'd certainly never peg you as 50, or a male.
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(Today, 01:50 AM)Phanatic Wrote: You look great, I'd certainly never peg you as 50, or a male.


Aww, thanks Smile
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