Monday, October 24, 2016

Monday October 24, 2016 - Tracheal Shave: Adam's Adam reduction

I have decided that I am not interesting in having this surgery. It was never really on my ToDo list. My adam's apple is prominent and is probably a give away. But my own cost-benefit analysis came to the conclusion early on, that I was not that important to me.

I did notice that as I have gotten older, the skin on my neck is sagging and thus reducing the prominence of my adam's apple.

This is one of the main reasons for my slower journey. To allow me to decide which change is most important to helping me get the my goal. Since starting HRT, my goal seems elusive. It use to be, my goal was, 24/7 living as Susan and being stealth. It still is but its no longer the driving force.

As I change physically, I am changing mentally. By dsyphoria is gone. I love what is happening and feel so much better. I am enjoying this journey and I am stopping to "smell the roses" and adjust to the changes. Eventually I will find my destination, but I no longer know exactly where that destination will be.


1 comment:

  1. I've known a lot of women over the years who have had the trach shave but mostly younger women. I'm one of those lucky people who don't have an Adam's apple so not something I need to worry about.