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I Anonymous BNA (( Thu) 22: 30: 03 F
we anyone
we to psychologist
way youre depressed
wet prescribed dangerous BERG without a second thought
slash out with suicidal/ violent incidents as a result
we any kid
way you can' t focus
wet prescribed dangerous amphetamines without a second thought
wecome dependent en higher and , change brain chemistry in the long term
we anyone
we to dermatologist
way you have eczema
wet prescribed dangerous corticosteroid cream without any second thought
suppression, corticosteroid addiction, red skin syndrome and debilitating withdrawal
we any older adult
we to cardiologist
wave high bleed pressure
wet prescribed a dangerous statin without a second thought
praise liver enzymes and 2 prematurely due to raised bleed glucose
we an ll year old girl
wet first period
wet given potentially endocrine/ sex drive destroying estrogen birth control pills without a second thought
rinse ability's become amused when you switch pill types in
we a male
wwant to feel better, look better, have mere focus, gain mere muscle
weld: the fer testosterone
Nope, serry_ That' s a schedule _" 1" have the T levels Ma year old man at 23. That' s normal."
we female
wwant to be a male
sash: doctor fer testosterone SC) you have your mental illness validated
Here you _ Also, I see here that youre a government employee. mutilation surgery is now severed payers"
The United States medical community, everyone-
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#1 - anon (07/31/2014) [-]
I do respect transgender people however it IS a mental illness and it would make more sense to develop a drug which would cure that rather than spend thousands on surgery.
User avatar #15 to #1 - jimthesquirrelking (08/01/2014) [-]
Well that's the thing, the surgery is usually the most effective cure for gender disphoria
#27 - skittlesinexcess (08/01/2014) [-]
I don't usually thumb up content because 90% of the stuff on this site is idiotic and I'm just here for the comments. But this, this is pure truth.
I don't usually thumb up content because 90% of the stuff on this site is idiotic and I'm just here for the comments. But this, this is pure truth.
#19 - anon (08/01/2014) [-]
I had a german athlete teacher (a woman) who was so obviously overdosed on testosterone from all her pills, when she was new we all thought she was a man and since that day she made the rest of the year hell for us

******* germans

inb4 coolstory bro
or anything along those lines
User avatar #20 to #19 - cdmin (08/01/2014) [-]
csb
User avatar #29 to #19 - howunexpected (08/01/2014) [-]
Not all of us are like that
Some of us just want to make your life hell for no reason
User avatar #2 - jkubuz (07/31/2014) [-]
Who would give birth control pill to an 11 y/o girl? Like, wtf?
User avatar #23 to #2 - lissiexoxobear ONLINE (08/01/2014) [-]
It's not about being sexually active at all. I was put on the pill at 11 as well because I had horrible bleeding and cramping. I was having week long periods every other week and nothing fixed it until I got on birth control. That was able to limit it to 4 days a month as opposed to 14. I'm sure it doesn't take much to understand how that can be a bit overwhelming to an 11 year old girl.
User avatar #43 to #23 - jkubuz (08/02/2014) [-]
I understand it completely. I'm no stranger to health problems Crohn's disease since I was 16 I was baffled only because the content suggests that doctors give birth control pills after the first period by deafault, and that didn't made any sense to me.
User avatar #44 to #43 - lissiexoxobear ONLINE (08/02/2014) [-]
Well it's just that most people I know started out with horrible periods. So if it gets to the point where a child does need to go to a doctor for it they're quick to fix it with birth control.
User avatar #7 to #2 - evilanakie (08/01/2014) [-]
i had to go on the pill because i was getting one a year instead of month
it was to make them more frequent so i dont loose my ability to get preggers further on in life
but ****
i cant get preggo anyway
and now im growing a beard
User avatar #21 to #7 - brokentrucker ONLINE (08/01/2014) [-]
Wait, so an irregularness can make you infertile? How much do you know about this subject before I pry further in? Its relevant to my love life.
User avatar #35 to #21 - evilanakie (08/02/2014) [-]
yes, apparently the layers "build up" over time and can cause serious problems like abdominal pains like contractions
ive been hospitalized because of it before and scrapping have been done, like a abortion of not babies
aparently my body was convinced that it was a guy making a **** ton of male hormone shutting down my female reproductive system to a point, however the eggs were still released and prepared however, once it stopped completly, no pains no need for scraps nothing, my eggs had stopped going and doing the thing
the male hormone had won in a way "no **** you we are locking you in your room until you can prove you are woman, whats that you dont have a dick **** yoooouuu"

the pill made the periods come back if not intense and every other weekly, which is another really bad thing, the docs are trying to put me on stronger pills or i will eventually bleed enough that i get really ******* sick
User avatar #36 to #35 - brokentrucker ONLINE (08/02/2014) [-]
That's a whole lot of no bueno there. My GF suffered similar. She only got about four a year. But then I put my penis in her and she got regular again, and neither of us can figure that out. But it's at least good to know that it's good to be regular.

*intensely worried followed by intensely relieved face.gif
User avatar #37 to #36 - evilanakie (08/02/2014) [-]
get her checked out, if its a build up problem it can be scrapped and sometimes its needed even with normal women
its just like your body goes "i knew i forgot something"
but other times its like " **** you you aint a whoooman"
subtly ask her about how many times she has to shave, not her face but like legs or pits
if its every day she probably has a build up of male hormone or needs the D more
and thats your duty
give her the D and save her V
User avatar #38 to #37 - brokentrucker ONLINE (08/02/2014) [-]
Screencapped. Much obliged for helpness. So far, she doesn't really seem to have any problems, but I'll keep an eye on her.
User avatar #39 to #38 - evilanakie (08/02/2014) [-]
blur out my name when you show her
i dont want a angry girlfriend at my profile
"omg dont get involved in my personal life you sloot"
User avatar #40 to #39 - brokentrucker ONLINE (08/02/2014) [-]
....Whoops.

But don't worry, she doesn't have an account, doesn't plan on getting one, doesn't have login details of mine. AND, isn't that kind of girl.
User avatar #41 to #40 - evilanakie (08/02/2014) [-]
ok, well best of luck
User avatar #42 to #41 - brokentrucker ONLINE (08/02/2014) [-]
Thanks again.
#13 to #7 - anon (08/01/2014) [-]
Sounds like it could be Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or an overactive pituitary. I'd try to find medical professionals who know enough to look for that. Blood screening, too, for androgenic hormones.
User avatar #3 to #2 - alcantara (08/01/2014) [-]
I think just about any medical professional here (Britain) would do it, unless they were some sort of religious nutjob; the real question is why are birth control pills being given to an 11 year old girl on the basis of her having her first period? A period doesn't equate to being sexually active, so birth control seems a little premature...
#28 to #3 - abcdxyz (08/01/2014) [-]
My understanding is that birth control pills can be used to regulate hormone levels and help someone keep a more regular period. I don't know if things like that are problematic enough that they would prescribe it so preemptively though
User avatar #24 to #3 - iamsammich (08/01/2014) [-]
birth control isn't only given when girls become sexually active
i started birth control because my period was really irregular sometimes a week early, sometimes two weeks late and it was really heavy and lasted for a week, sometimes longer. i'd also be in a lot of pain from cramps and diarrhea, and birth control made it so much better. now there's barely any cramping, it happens at the same time every month, only lasts a few days, and i don't run the risk of going through tons of pads every day
plus it made my boobs jump from AA to C
User avatar #31 to #24 - alcantara (08/01/2014) [-]
Apologies; I am afraid I am a male with no connection to the medical field, so I was entirely unaware that birth control pills were used as any sort of hormone regulators. What you say makes some degree of sense, but it begs the question; why assume such complications will exist? I would imagine such issues do not manifest in the first period, or certainly any mild manifestation would not necessarily be noticeably attributable to such issues... it would seem more likely such issues would be highlighted, noticed, and addressed after a few periods... But as I said, I have no connection to the medical field.
User avatar #32 to #31 - iamsammich (08/01/2014) [-]
oh yeah yeah, i'm not trying to argue that it's weird to put an 11 year old on birth control; that's weird as **** . i was just saying that birth control is given for reasons besides becoming sexually active. sorry that i didn't specify that!
User avatar #5 to #3 - nuclearkitteh (08/01/2014) [-]
Yeah, but a period indicates fertility, and they can't always immediately identify a whore,so better safe than sorry.
User avatar #4 to #3 - applesaucers (08/01/2014) [-]
Doctors will prescribe birth control to teenage girls strictly for the purpose of acne control
#8 to #4 - karrotj (08/01/2014) [-]
Not true at all, while there are cases of girls getting pregnant at 8, 9, 10 it isnt common, but once the period starts id imagine most parents feel "if its old enough to bleed" so they take preventative measures so their daughter doesnt ruin her life. Not sure i would but i also believe in shotguns...if you catch my drift
User avatar #11 to #8 - Garblestickleshlop (08/01/2014) [-]
I don't understand these stupid parents that force their daughters to go on birth control. If your daughter is ******* at 11, you have failed as a parent and deserve her getting pregnant. How about parents actually watch their kids rather than rely on a birth control pill. There are much worse things that can happen than a pregnancy from unprotected sex. They could actually talk to their kid about safe sex and encourage masturbation as a safe alternative. I don't get how masturbation is seen as a bigger taboo than a kid having sex.
User avatar #30 to #11 - wotterpatch (08/01/2014) [-]
But kids aren't forced by parents to take birth control pills. It's usually perscribed by a doctor.

And if a kid is ******* at 11, it's not nescessarily the parents fault. If they're ******* under the parents nose, it's one thing, but by 11, kids tend to have at least some freedom.
User avatar #33 to #30 - Garblestickleshlop (08/01/2014) [-]
If a little girl or boy is having sex, there is something very very wrong. The only way I could see someone under 12 sleeping around not being the parents lack of supervision is is the kid was molested and is displaying sexual deviancy as a result. And at least where I live, parents are forcing their daughters onto birth control. You just tell the doctor you want birth control and get a quick evaluation. I know of several girls that were forced to as soon as they hit middle school. If they choose to disobey their parents orders, they get no freedom.
User avatar #34 to #33 - wotterpatch (08/01/2014) [-]
You're contradicting yourself

"They are under there parents control like they should be, they shouldn't be having sex!"

"Oh my god these parents are terrible people for forcing there daughters to take birth control!"
#14 to #11 - karrotj (08/01/2014) [-]
I disagree with this but apparently it is socially accepted now to be sexually active at age 10 or 11, i mean teen mom kinda threw that out the window. I even hear 8 year olds talking about having sex, our world has gone so far downhill
User avatar #17 to #14 - mistafishy (08/01/2014) [-]
I don't think it's that bad... Where do you live that 10 year olds are screwin'?
#18 to #17 - anon (08/01/2014) [-]
dude just step into any elementary school and listen to the kids, look around facebook and twitter, its freaking everywhere
User avatar #6 to #3 - jkubuz (08/01/2014) [-]
That's what I meant, but failed to express correctly. Yet sexual activity at the age of 11 seems a little premature to me too
User avatar #10 to #6 - alcantara (08/01/2014) [-]
It is premature; but realistically those who need the pill will be sexually active whether we consider it, and tell them that it is, premature or not... better to equip them to be "safe" than to pretend it doesn't happen and end up with pregnant 12 year old girls - which unfortunately happens all too often.
User avatar #16 - PubLandlord (08/01/2014) [-]
the only reason steriods are illegal is because people were using them in sport, the harmful effects were so overstated about them
#12 - anon (08/01/2014) [-]
As a pharmacy student, can I just say that SSRI's aren't usually dangerous at all? The real danger is only present in a small percent of people, in the first 2 weeks or so. The problem is, it takes about 4 weeks for the SSRI to fully kick in (a.k.a. for your mood/demeanor to improve), but only a few days to a week for earlier improvements. Namely, fatigue symptoms are reduced. So, now you're more energetic. Not usually a problem, except, some depression patients were suicidal but too fatigued to carry it out. Now, they're still suicidal for up to 3 more weeks, but they've got the energy to act on it. That's the only time there's really a risk, and both the prescriber AND pharmacist are supposed to warn you about that.
User avatar #22 to #12 - MrsMcDowell (08/01/2014) [-]
I'm taking citalopram now and one of the side effects (as with most SSRI's) is that it can cause suicidal thoughts. Been on it for two months. Been suicidal the last two days.

Switching medication to Welbutrin today. Going to see if that works better for the depression.
User avatar #26 to #22 - ballerfifteen (08/01/2014) [-]
how much sun are you getting?
#9 - anon (08/01/2014) [-]
Actually, Trans people have to go through lots of psychologists meetings, at least 6 months I believe, before they're allowed to go on any testosterone. The surgeries require even more validation than that.
User avatar #25 to #9 - ballerfifteen (08/01/2014) [-]
6 months is not enough time
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