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A trans regretter is a person who has gone through the process of medical transition and experienced deep regret with their decision. This regret may manifest in varying degrees, from full remorse to just a part of the overall experience. Unfortunately, the stories that are currently prominent in society depict individuals who are either completely satisfied with their transition or filled with complete regret. However, the reality is that most people have some level of regret when it comes to medical transitioning, yet the mental health and medical industries often fail to acknowledge this truth. The untold stories of those who struggle with their decisions after transitioning are not being given a voice, creating a limited and misleading narrative surrounding this complex issue.

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Faith, also known as Alex, was born a girl but faced constant struggles with her mental and physical health. She discovered the concept of "transgenderism" online and was prescribed hormones, including puberty blockers and testosterone, at the age of 16. However, doctors ignored her concerns and pushed forward with the surgery. At 21, she stopped taking testosterone, causing permanent changes in her voice and facial hair. COVID-19 caused a shortage of medical supplies, making it difficult to get replacement doses. At 21, she stopped taking testosterone altogether. The lack of oversight highlights the need for better regulations and safety measures for those seeking gender confirmation treatment. The issue should not be a complicated or controversial topic, but children should be allowed to be children and adults should have access to mental health support before considering any surgical interventions.

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