Srs mtf

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[SRS] A lot has happened from six months to the one year mark.

I had a revision surgery, my dilation has gotten easier, and sexually things have changed.

I cannot believe it has been one whole year already!It will eventually become smooth, and less sensitive, perhaps after many months.But, for right now it is still kinda bumpy, red, and a little too sensitive.For those who have been through the surgery, I was wondering if you'd share your experience regarding recovery time. But waiting that long for SRS could prove to be very difficult emotionally. I have discussed this with my therapist and she sees no problem with me having the surgery while still working. Most likely that wouldn't happen until late spring or early summer. If I wait until April 2008 to retire I'll be fully covered medically, a very strong incentive to keep working. I am using my friend's estimate of about a month that I would take off work.

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The scar therapy I was using for six months did absolutely nothing.

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