If you are switching to or from Spironolactone (Aldactone) and Cyprotone Acetate (Androcur) be aware that Androcur is much more powerful as an anti-androgen than Spiro, therfore you don't need to take as much of it. The general rule of thumb for conversion between the two is that Androcur is FOUR TIMES as strong as Spironolactone. So, if you were taking 200mg/day of Spiro that would mean you'd only need 50mg/day of Androcur. It is also suggested that you ramp down off of or up onto Spiro over the course of two to three weeks and start with no more than 25mg/day of Androcur until you are certain you do not have any negative reactions to it. It is important to have your liver function monitored while taking Androcur. Also be aware that people who switch from Spiro to Androcur also often notice a weight gain of between 5 and 20 pounds. Some of it is water weight returning once the diuretic effects of Spiro dissipate.
I grow up in town in the south west as young kid. I felt confused and unhappy a lot then as i got older I move the City Perth Western Australia I’m wanting too change from Male too Female but I been seening a therapist for last 3 half years but hasn’t sing out yet i feel like i am getting the run around I been thinking of moving over east to find other doctors I am waiting reconstructive surgery male to female and I am hopping to get this done in the next few months to live a Normal life now not as a man but a woman and looking into having smaller procedures done to appear more feminine. everything is starting to feel right I just need this therapist to sing off
could you please help me in the steps and contacts Numbers ect that i need cheers