Transgender hormone therapy of the male-to-female (mtf) type, also known as transfeminine hormone therapy, is hormone therapy and sex reassignment therapy to change the secondary sexual characteristics of transgender people from masculine or androgynous to feminine. It is one of two types of transgender hormone therapy (the other being female-to-male) and is predominantly used to treat. To cut to the chase, im a trans woman whos been on hrt for over a year, and due to some healthcare provider difficulties ive had to be off. we lack conclusive data, so far as i know, that scientifically demonstrates a link between progesterone and mtf breast development. However, we do have tons of anecdotal data that indicates that it can help in many circumstances. My two bits - given what ive read about biology, natal female breast development, and the role of progesterone there, it seems likely there is a correlation and. Are you transgender, or feel like your internal gender is in conflict with your physical sex? Take this quiz for some perspective! (this quiz is intended for mtf transgenders, read the paragraph below for more information. ) note i created this quiz to give people who are questioning their gender some. results of 77 patients with gd identified, 29 were mtf, of whom 14 (48) aged 15. 4yr) were treated with bicalutamide 50 mg daily between 20 of these, 3 were started on estrogen concurrently whereas 11 received bicalutamide alone, 7 of whom have returned for follow up thus far. Transgender hormone therapy of the masculinizing type, also known as transmasculine hormone therapy, or female-to-male (or ftm) hormone therapy, is a form of hormone therapy and gender affirming therapy which is used to change the secondary sexual characteristics of transgender people from feminine or androgynous to masculine. Rmtf a subreddit devoted to transgender issues pertaining to male-to-female or maab people. I see a lot of discussion about spirolactone and some others but nothing about norethindrone and flutamide. Has anyone longer than a year on hrt been on these, i am curious if there are any long term negative effects. Progesterone is the third and optional component of the mtf regimen. Medroxyprogesterone is available as provera and depo-provera. Medroxyprogesterone is a weak antiandrogen, and testosterone suppression may be accomplished with lower doses of estrogen. Medroxyprogesterone is less androgenic than norethindrone and orgestrel.