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    Johanez Johnston
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    Registered On: September 16, 2021
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    I made the decision to Come-Out quite some time ago, but it was really only about 6 months ago that I truly came to the realization that I was a female with a male exterior. After MANY countless discussions with my now semi-retired family physician, he pushed me heavily (more like a proverbial swift kick in the ass) to start my transitional life. Part of this included a blood test to confirm what my Doctor suspected.

    I have what is called Klinefelter Syndrome. It affects around 1 in every 660 males. Being a rather rare and largely untested condition where I was born with an extra X chromosome. Having shared my Gestation with what my now long retired pediatrician called “The Disappearing Twin” he suspected this early on and it is actually noted in my medical file from the spring of 1965. All things aside along with known symptoms and… and… and… etc, Fast Forward to the Autumn of 2020 when I received the results of the genetics test. Shock – 100%… How all the pieces fit together.

    So, here I am now… Female inside a Male Exterior. It all fits, excepting I have a fully functional and slightly above average sized (ahem) that is wholly proportionate to my height of 6’5 & weight of 220lbs, along with very small breast buds that never blossomed to more than average sized male pectorals. I have the classic Broad Hips and I still have a somewhat slimmer muscle tone than my XY genetic siblings, that is associated with Klinefelter Syndrome. I am as blond as blond can possibly be, and never really was able to grow a beard or moustache properly until I was in my late 30’s. I have LONG legs, being 36 inches from crotch to ankle, and the matching 34 inch arm sleeve length as well.

    Fast Forward to Present Day… My Semi-Retired Family Physician received my complete medical file from the Armed Forces Archives, where I Served Continuously from July 1981 until August 2004, and he came to the conclusion that my crossdressing over the past 20 odd years MAY (and very loosely conveyed), subconsciously be the Girl Inside wanting to be seen.

    So, long story short… what does this all mean to the “Girl Inside”? I am so glad you asked. Short Answer — The Girl Wants OUT! **L O L**.

    So, my question now is for all you Genetic Girls out there (and yes, I whole heatedly ask that all you other girls, respect the rules and refrain from participating) is about BREASTS. I do have semi-formed and quite small breast buds lurking beneath both of my nipples. The surrounding areola is soft to the touch and I have EXTREMELY sensitive nipples too. So, all other things aside (being Medical Supervision and Counseling – which incidentally I do have for those inquiring minds), what can I expect to feel, sense and notice in the very beginning, as I make an honest effort to:

    Get the HOOTERS to start growing beyond their presently dormant state?

    Think back to your own pubescence and share both your positive and your negative memories of your transition from Girl to Woman. I suspect that I may be in for more than I bargained for by asking… but it never hurts to ask, and the worst that is going to happen is getting a flurry of messages, that I can’t keep up with responding to.

    Many Thanks You’s in Advance.
    Jo

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      Johanez Johnston
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      Just a quick update and a timeline of sorts…

      It is phase II of my supplements trial, with the addition of two supplements into the mix. with the inclusion of my doctor consulting an Herbalist, it has been decided that another 12 weeks, with monitoring and adjustments, will be needed to find out if this is the correct mix.

      Physically, all is proceeding at a pace not uncommon to adolescence. With the encouragement of my sisters, aunts & multitude of cousins, I am most certainly looking forward to experiencing the “Family Curse” is it truly decides to take a firm hold… but like anything else, there are no absolute guarantees, as my “Experienced” relatives have so quaintly described to me in detail. (LOL).

      Phase I brought forth alot of wishful thinking, (albeit perhaps more than biology may permit) but with only one week into Phase II, I am already beginning to see physical changes starting to emerge. As I have been so eloquently informed, change will happen… just that it will not all happen at once, but it will happen eventually.

      So, onward I must go… one step at a time.
      Jo.

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      Johanez Johnston
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      Okies… just a short update on the Supplements Trial.

      Week 12 completed, all is balanced nicely as my doctor has described it. He has consulted with an herbalist, and it was recommended to add one more supplement to my cocktail. I will finish out this week and the next maintaining my current dosages and schedule until the newer supplement arrives. Once ready with a small stockpile of capsules, my doctor wants to try bit of a change-up with the newer supplement as far as scheduling and dosage while I get tests to make sure everything stays within range… The it will be a “Green Light” on phase II, another 12 weeks with careful monitoring and of course an examination once a week.

      If all goes well… start date for Phase II will be 2nd January 2022… Wish me Luck!
      Jo

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      Johanez Johnston
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      Okies… just a quick update.

      Its week 12 of my supplements trial… My doctor wants me to take a short break after this, before we “Fine Tune” things. So far I have noticed a few things, but nothing substantial. As it has been noted in the replies… It takes time for things to get going. I am patient and willing to try another 12 weeks with a modified Supplements Regiment, if it means that I won’t be filling the pockets of Big Pharma. My Doctor likes this idea too, so we’re going to continue after he’s consulted with an Herbalist.

      In the mean time, I will try to stay positive and remain focused on my goal, which is to have a bounty of softer skin and fuller bustline… maybe even more noticeable curves all over.

      More to follow… **Huggles**
      Jo

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      Johanez Johnston
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      Hello Ladies!

      Ok, a quick update… it is week 10 of my 12 week trial, and so far I have a very well defined tanner stage 2 and have gained 1 inch bust circumference. This small leap is due mostly to my breast buds awakening from their long dormancy. My areola are puffy and my nipples are pointed… it seems that they are ALWAYS in a “Highbeam” state… lol.

      More to follow, I am sure, but that’s all for now.
      Jo

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        Eileen Bach
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        Registered On: February 27, 2021
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        Dear Jo,

        You development seems quite normal for a 12-16 yo girl. High beams for sure. This is when developing girls discover that everything is about their boobs. When they start showing, sensitivity, how big or what shape. Buying clothing that fits your bust.

        What is a tanner stage 2? That’s not a bra size.

        Hugs, Eileen

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      Johanez Johnston
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      Just a quick update… Presently nearing the end of week 7 of my supplements trial. I have not much to report, except being very… ahem… Pointy, puffy and slightly swollen. I guess another 5 weeks to determine if anything is happening (or starting beyond what is already there).

      Toodles!

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        Eileen Bach
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        Dear Jo,

        Puffy and sore sounds about right. 12 weeks is a short time to develop, wouldn’t it be like forever?

        Eileen

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          Johanez Johnston
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          I am a well defined Tanner stage 2 at this point. not much more than that.

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      Eileen Bach
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      Dear Jo,

      An amazing medical history! I’ll have to look up Klinefelter Syndrome. One in 660? No wonder there are so many crossdressers!

      You do have the breast buds, that’s good if your breasts will develop naturally. No matter the responses, You’re going to grow your own boobies! Yay!

      As for my own experiences, a half century ago, a lot of other pubescent  things were going on beyond our budding breasts.

      The girls that developed early were not always the ‘cool’ girls. There were devices called ‘falsies’ so the cool girls could look like they had boobies too. A small plastic cup that fit in the bra that sort of looked like a boob. The boys discovered that an elbow jab to a falsie made it dimple in and pop back into shape. What fun!

      The reason I mentioned falsies is that for us naturally developing girls, those elbow jabs were very painful. I was one of the shy girls who developed early at an above average rate, which caused further shyness.

      As an adult, Jo, growing your own breasts might be sensitive for a time, every other woman has gone through the same experience.

      Hugs, Eileen

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        Johanez Johnston
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        Eileen:
        Many thanks for your reply… I was also on the receiving end of many incidents involving the less than appropriate adolescent male bravado. Being the target was never any fun, but the girls most certainly appreciated the diversion of attention from them. I had to wear what resembled a Girdle (from under the arms to waist) in Junior High, but was actually a brace because of scoliosis… so yes, I can totally relate about the elbow jabs in the chest.

        Jo

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      WifeofChristine
      Registered On: September 15, 2021
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      Hello Johanez and Happy Friday!

      I would love to give my insight on your question.  I am 52 years old so I developed quite a while ago, lol!  I do remember them taking too long to fully come in, so be patient.  Sometimes my chest ached, like growing pains if I can think of any way to describe it.  I had the same aching when I became pregnant.  If you have really sensitive nipples (like myself), wear a sports bra or put some padding between lace and your skin.

      I am a GG with implants.  If I could give just one piece of advice to anyone… trans or GG, SKIP the implants!  Take the hormones (bio-identical!), wear the breast plate, or buy a push-up bra… just don’t implant toxic bags into your body.  I am due to have mine explanted in January and I can’t wait!!  Like hundreds of my sisters, they are making us sick.  Natural is in now 😊

      Most importantly, listen to your body and enjoy it!  I wish you all the happiness on your NEW YOU!  

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        Johanez Johnston
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        WifeofChristine:
        Thank you for your reply! I have chosen (with my Doctor’s approval) to try an herbal approach to have the “Twins” make an appearance… other than my time spent making my own capsules of the chosen herbal extract… I am presently in my 1st week of a 12 week trial. I guess the proof will be in the future.

        Jo

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