Doctor’s appointments, insurance, and recovery — oh my!
When someone makes the decision to transition, part of that process can be social (letting people know what pronouns you go by or trying out a new wardrobe) and, for some, it can also involve medical interventions (surgery or hormone therapy).
After all, there is no one way to be trans.
For many trans or gender-nonconforming people, top surgery is a significant milestone on the road to living life as one’s authentic self.
But, like any surgery, there are insurance papers to work through, risks to consider, and preparations to be made for recovery — it can all be pretty overwhelming.
So, we want to know how you prepared your mind — and body — for the big day, as well as how you made the most of your recovery period.
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