6-OXO™ is a new compound that reportedly inhibits the conversion of testosterone to estradiol. Is it a useful supplement for transmen? Raverdyke tells all.
A reader asks about testosterone and numbness in the hands and forearms, and skull growth.
A reader asks about the potential health risks of starting and then stopping androgen therapy.
How much of a risk is there with an orchidectomy with regards to incontinence?
Dominick asks one of Raverdyke’s favourite kinds of questions: “Tell me about the drugs!”
A reader inquires about the health implications of being on Estradiol for 16 years and if dosage should be reduced to mitigate possible risks.
Is it possible to prevent body hair growth and take androgens at the same time?
Raverdyke reports on some exciting breakthroughs that are certain to impact GRS options for men and women.
Faux-fu for the tofu intolerant: Many health claims are being bandied about soy, not the least of which is that it has estrogenic properties. Soy does indeed have estrogenic properties. It contains phytoestrogens, which are produced by plants and mimic the action of estrogens at the body’s estrogen receptors.
Raverdyke and Mistress Krista interview Tina Strang over bubble tea and toast.