It's always been like this.

For as long as I can remember, I've been going to doctor appointments because of a hormone imbalance. I've never produced enough hormone, so I'm shorter, weaker, and more depressed than the other guys. My voice has always been higher, something I've been teased about in school. I had to take artificial hormones to start puberty. The patches I was given for that left me with scarring across my legs. Nobody but some of my immediate family knows about this.
Effects: I won't be able to have biological children and everything is much, much smaller than normal.

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  • I went to school for a couple of years with a kid like you. I don't know how things turned out for him, but I was friends with his mother and was glad when she mentioned to me that they were going to get him hormone therapy.

    My son has a friend who is not so lucky. He must have some similar kind of disorder, but his father is such a arrogant p**** that he wont accept the fact that his son needs help. I fear that D will not have the benefit of the therapy.

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