Blog will be down.

I’m sorry about this lads, but the entire site will be down between the 9th and the 20th.  For anyone who doesn’t know, I don’t actually own the domain or webspace, a friend of mine does.  Normally we split the costs with another guy, but he backed out last minute and neither of us can afford to cover him.  With any luck the site will be back up as soon as I get paid, I’m backing it all up as I type this.

Sorry about the down time, it shouldn’t happen again.

4 Replies to “Blog will be down.”

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  2. Hey man,

    I totally hear you on being short on cash. I was wondering if you ever got ahold of some T. I just got a new script and my old vial has a few shots worth in it, which I’d totally send you if you wanted. I know how much being without T sucks.



    • I’m ok for T right now. Local friend tends to get 2 or 3 prescriptions filled at a time because I’ve gone and made him paranoid (whoops…) so he had a vial that he wasn’t going to get to before the expiration date anyway. Thanks though.

  3. Just a note to all the guys who read my reply to Charlie and might be thinking T from a friend is the way to go: it’s not.

    I’ve been on T for several years now, I know my ideal dosage, how it affects my body, and what happens when things go wrong. I’m at a point where even when I have a prescribing physician I only go to see them once a year. It is very different from starting T without a doctor. It’s still not the smartest thing in the world and is actually stressing me out nearly as much as not having T at all. I’m scrambling to find a doctor because I know there’s a very small chance of my having some form of complication.

    This is even though I know exactly where my T is coming from. This particular friend uses the same pharmacy I do, gets the exact same prescription I do. That’s not always going to be the case with a random guy from your trans support group. It may not seem like a big deal, but tiny differences can be everything. For instance, my T comes suspended in cottonseed oil, some other places do sesameseed oil. I’m horribly allergic to sesameseed oil, to the point where when I had one shot of T suspended in it I went into severe shock and had to be hospitalised. Lucky for me, I was already at the doctor’s. You don’t want to risk that when you’re not under medical supervision.

    That’s not even going into all the problems you can have if you get your T off the black market. At that point you don’t even know if what you’re getting is actually testosterone, it could just be sugar water. So do yourself a favour and find a doctor. Especially if you’re just starting out, the risks really aren’t worth it.

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