if you’re trans, no matter your state of transition, whether it be pre-op, post-op, or partial, never forget to acknowledge your biological sex.
if you’re a transwoman, always remember to get checked for prostate cancer. if you’re a transman (especially if you still have a uterus or breasts), always remember to get checked for cervical and breast cancer. if you still experience menstrual cycles, and they are extremely painful and/or heavy, don’t be embarrassed to seek treatment. don’t pretend like you’re not having them. you don’t deserve to suffer in silence.
no matter what, don’t let your dysphoria harm you physically as well as mentally. if you’re having any health issues relating to your biological sex, don’t be afraid to tell someone close to you. don’t be embarrassed. there are people who love you and support your identity that want you to be safe and healthy.