If i masturbate will my testosterone go up or down? Should i quit forever or do it daily?
This is such a myth. Your sex drive doesn't massively disappear from hrt. It gets subdued greatly during the first few months while your brain adjusts to all the new chemical changes, but if your sex drive hadn't returned after that point you need to go see a therapist, because it's likely you're suffering from depression or something.
Well I've been on HRT for 22 months. On spiro if I missed a dose I'd start wanking again but now on CPA my libido is absolutely nuked.
I'd love cuddling and initmacy but I just don't get hard.
After the 2 weeks fall the testosterone receptor will receive a boost in affinity, amplifying the effect of the normal blood level testosterone.
The benefit of abstinence is negligible small, though.
Also, medical fun fact.
Niggers, by nature, do not have more testosterone, but are more sensitive to its effects.
Not really, it shouldn't affect anything even if you're on HRT
Fun fact though: Back in the 70's and 80's the hormones were so shitty that transwomen were urged to avoid getting erections because it could basically nullify the effects of the hormones that week.
Feels good to be trans in 2016.
I'm not gonna bother citing anything cause a quick google search can find you plenty of information.. but, from what I've found in the past, masturbating does not increase or lower your testosterone in the long run (they're may be a short spike/drop during but that doesn't really have much proof)... And, if you are on Spiro (which if you live in the US are most likely on, unless you are DIYing) you don't have to worry about testosterone affecting you as that drug stops the hormone from binding with receptors and its your body that eventually slows down and possibly completely stops the production of it.
I would actually recommend masturbating frequently, or at the very least getting erect, as you don't want your penis to atrophy if you're planning/considering ever getting SRS.. (shorter penis=worse results)..
You're in a symbiotic relationship with this aspect. If it's not serving you you should address this issue with this aspect and rework the contract. You wouldn't have made the contract unless it served you in some way.
>How do you two come together to make a greater whole?
So you're saying that I should "break up" with my fetish the way that I would break up with a girlfriend?
It would make sense, as the desire to become a woman only grows more every session. It became more than just a fun way to jerk off.
I'm not sure how to come to terms with my fetish without either going balls deep and having it escalate into more extreme measures, or attempting to accept it for what it is and knowing that it will always be a part of me.
Apparently it's better for some kinds of SRS if you use your penis enough that it doesn't atrophy. If you don't care about that, then it just depends if you want to keep its current size / function or if you'd prefer for it to shrink / not get hard easily.
This page suggests that orgasm doesn't cause testosterone to spike, and cites its sources if you want to look into it further. (Regardless, if you're on an anti-androgen testosterone free in blood shouldn't matter since the receptors are blocked.) The page also mentions that orgasm does cause prolactin to spike, which might be a good thing for breast development.
You can masturbate without touching your penis, as Kayla mentioned:
(I don't have any personal experience to back up the claim about prostate orgasms, though; I'm not really into butt stuff. I know the prostate shrinks on HRT, but is it still sensitive?)
An interesting follow-up to the prolactin spike with orgasm: there may or may not be a link between prolactin release and refractory period.
I don't know if there has been much study on transwomen's orgasms, so who knows where that fits. I know some people say that they have female-style multiple-orgasms, while others don't. I don't think I've ever seen a good hypothesis for why that is. Since females generally have the prolactin-spike after orgasm as well, that makes me think that it may not be something so simple that determines whether multiple orgasms are possible.
(Sadly, we won't know until somebody manages to get a research grant to perform a medical experiment in which a bunch of transwomen come into the lab and have their blood drawn as they masturbate.)
Testosterone rises slightly during masturbation and orgasm. However, a week after there's a spike in testosterone. So the best answer for lowest T if you aren't on blockers is once every 4-5 days