Yeah. It was $8500
There are. Shots are the fastest and most effective, but I have heard of testosterone being taken in pill form. It is a much slower process. I do not know much about the pills, but if you talk to a doctor they should be able to give you the info you need.
I guess I’ve noticed that a little bit. The main difference I have noticed is that women often lift their voice at the end of a sentence so it almost seems as if a statement is a question, whereas men typically will be more direct in their speech. Of course these are generalizations and not everyone speaks in these ways, but it is something I noticed when reading up a bit on the difference.
Surgery for me cost $8,500 but it can range from $4,000 to $10,000 depending on where you go, how much traveling you have to do etc.
Testosterone is most often injected into your leg once a week. I get about 10 shots in a vial that costs $110 (this price also varies depending on the pharmacy, insurance coverage and type of T)
I have been transitioning for 1 year and 4 months.
If you click on this link, go into the product description and there is a link to a place you can access the book for free in a Google Drive format.
Dr. Steinwald, Lake Forest Illinois for $8,500
I do not really know the rules on that. From what I understand it is highly unlikely that the draft will be used any time soon, but that even if you were drafted, they would not take you because of your transgender identity.
Of course, this is only my understanding of how it will work so it may not be exactly the way it works.