Every six months or so I need to "face the music" and visit my endocrinologist or "Endo" doc. Quite possibly it is the most important doctors appointment I have.? Because she controls my hormone replacement therapy medications.
|From the Jessie|
In my case, that means I have to make a trip to the vampires to have my blood checked at the Veterans Administration blood laboratory. From that point forward it is up to her to judge my overall health and give me her blessing to continue on my meds.
Needless to say, my hormone meds are near and dear to me because the meds have allowed me to become the transgender woman I am today. No pressure...right? I write quite a lot about the changes HRT have contributed to my growth as a transgender woman. Mainly when it came to the feminization of my exterior to match my inner self.
Adding to the pressure of this visit is I needed to do a new test I had been putting off for nearly a year and/or two appointments. This time I had to provide a twenty four hour urine sample. So , not only do I not know what the test is for, I don't know how it will enter in to my HRT, The VA has an on line site where you can view test results I just don't know how to translate the results. I guess that much is her job.
Many times I have the ability to conjure up irrational fears. Hopefully this is just another one of those.