misfiled_mutt (misfiled_mutt) wrote in transtexas,

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odd question but i cant find any info...

hey all,

uumm this is an odd question to have to ask others but I'm having no luck finding information. I'm an FTM, I'm not on meds & i haven't had surgery. I take t boosting vitamins from GNC, they are meant for muscle development. I'm not sure if what I'm going to say is a blessing or a curse in disguise.

my period randomly stopped in October & has been a no show since. ovarian cancer runs in my family so I'm a lil paranoid about this & given my location in south Texas i haven't been able to find a doctor willing to talk to me or see me over this. (I've had ovarian cysts removed before, recently I'm getting side pains that feel the way the cysts did)

do you know anything that would randomly stop a period? is this normal ? should i be worried?

any help would be great
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I don't know enough about ovocystitis' interaction with testosterone supplements but if you're having the symptoms of ovocystitis again it might be worthwhile to get that checked out. It's also likely that the T boost may have halted your menstrual cycle, though, so I'd tentatively recommend going off the vitamins for a month or three to see if it'll start back up. If it does, there's your culprit. If it doesn't, time to see an OB/GYN. v_v

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