What is FTM bottom growth?
FTM bottom growth refers to the enlargement of the clitoris and the growth of the labia into a scrotum-like shape. This occurs as a result of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) with testosterone. Testosterone promotes the growth of the clitoris and labia majora, causing them to increase in size and change shape to resemble a scrotum. This process typically begins within a few weeks or months of starting testosterone therapy and can continue for up to several years.
It's important to note that not all transmasculine individuals choose to undergo hormone therapy, and some may opt for alternative methods of bottom surgery. Additionally, the rate and extent of bottom growth can vary widely from person to person and may be influenced by factors such as age, genetics, and dosage of testosterone.
What to expect
Experiencing FTM bottom growth can be a positive and validating aspect of physical transition. It is important to have a realistic understanding of what to expect.
During the first few weeks or months of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), you may notice slight growth and increased sensitivity. You may also experience a tingling or itching sensation, as well as some discomfort or soreness. As growth continues, changes in the appearance and function of your genitals may occur, such as an increase in girth and length of the clitoris, and a decrease in vaginal lubrication.
Over time, this growth will become more noticeable. The labia majora will continue to change shape and flatten, and the clitoris will continue to grow. It is important to note that the rate and extent of growth can differ greatly among individuals, and some may experience more rapid or extensive growth than others.
Self-Care and FTM Bottom Growth
When experiencing FTM bottom growth, taking care of yourself is essential. Here are some tips:
Maintain good hygiene to prevent infection. Regularly wash your genitals with warm water and mild soap. Avoid using scented products or harsh chemicals that may irritate your skin.
Use barrier methods during sexual activity to prevent STIs. Condoms, dental dams, and other barrier methods can help reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections.
Explore different forms of stimulation to find what feels good for you. As your genitals change, you may find that different forms of stimulation feel more pleasurable or satisfying. It's important to experiment and find what works for you.
Communicate your needs and boundaries with your sexual partners. As you undergo FTM bottom growth, it's important to communicate with your sexual partners about your preferences, boundaries, and any concerns you may have. This can help ensure that you have a positive and fulfilling sexual experience.
FTM Bottom growth and Stimulation with Pymander Packers
One of the most common questions we receive is: can I experience pleasure using the stimulating mouths on Pymander's products?
If I am not yet on testosterone, are the products only suitable for individuals who are taking testosterone hormone replacement therapy (HRT)?
The short answer is that everyone can experience pleasure using our stimulating mouths, which are designed to provide maximum pleasure for any body type.
However, it's important to note that having an enlarged clitoris means having different needs and sensitivities than someone who is not on HRT yet.
Our suggestion is to purchase multiple rods with different mouthpieces and determine which works best for you.
How to prevent bottom growth?
If you are a transgender man who has started hormone therapy, you may want to prevent or slow down bottom growth. One way to do this is by adjusting your testosterone dosage. Talk to your doctor about lowering your dosage, as this can help prevent testosterone from converting to DHT androgen, which is responsible for bottom growth, darker and thicker hair, and a deeper voice. Another option is to take dutasteride/finasteride, which can also block the conversion of testosterone to DHT androgen. However, it is important to note that these measures may also have some unwanted effects, such as the return of menstruation and decreased hair growth. It is important to discuss the potential benefits and risks of these options with your doctor and make an informed decision based on your individual needs and goals.
How to get more bottom growth?
If you are not satisfied with the results of your testosterone therapy in terms of bottom growth, there are some effective options that you can consider. One of them is the use of a clitoral pump, which is a non-medical, simple, safe, and temporary way to improve the size of the private area.
The FTM pump operates by drawing blood to the intimate area through suction, resulting in increased size and sensitivity. This method can be used both before and during testosterone therapy, but it will be more effective after starting the therapy.
If you're considering using a clitoral pump, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First and foremost, be sure to carefully read and follow the instructions. Proper use of the pump is key to avoiding any discomfort or injury.
A helpful tip is to begin slowly and gradually increase the suction strength over time. This will allow your body to adjust to the sensation and prevent any discomfort or pain. Additionally, it's important to use a lubricant to ensure the pump moves smoothly and doesn't cause any irritation.
DHT cream is a topical medication that contains a synthetic version of testosterone, a hormone that plays a crucial role in male development.
DHT cream works by increasing the production of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is a stronger form of testosterone. This can help stimulate growth in the genital area and promote the development of male secondary sexual characteristics. However, it is important to note that not everyone will experience the same effects with DHT cream.
It is important to keep in mind that while there are many options available for FTM bottom growth, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Each individual's body is unique, and some options may work better for some people than others.
Therefore, it is important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the best course of action for your specific needs and goals.