Ok, so i have a bit of a diff. angle on this, but i'm hope you guys are open-minded and cool with helping me out like any other guy.
I'm a 28 year old female-to-male (FTM) transguy. I've been on delestryl testosterone enanthate intramuscular injections for 3 months now. I started at 25mg a week and have gradually been building up to where I am now, 40mg a week. Soon I'll go to 50-100mg. I'm doing this under a doctor's supervision who is qualified in this area.
As all transguys experience, my dick (clit, ok, but i don't like calling it that) has/is growing. But, i want to make sure it grows the MOST it possibly can in the time I have.
The research I've done so far tells me that the dick grows the most in the first year of T use. Anything after that is pretty small and gradual. In reading about 2 diff. guy's experience getting phalloplasty surgery (where a full sized penis is created through plastic surgery), I've noticed that in both cases the plastic surgeons told the guys to use andractim cream on their dicks to maximize growth before the surgery.
I've read a little about Andractim and there seems to be a lot of negative opinions on it's effectiveness which makes me think that there are better options. However, what my doctor can't tell me is if using a topical cream just on my unit would give me messed up effects in other areas of my body? Or would it increase my T levels significantly?
I've tried getting in touch with the plastic surgeons, but it's very hard getting a response out of them and if i do, it's only a couple words and no concrete information. Transguys are basically still guinea pigs at this point in science.
I want to maximize the growth i can get this year while not being reckless with my health. I'm not sure what size i was before T, but i was for sure on the larger end of the normal size spectrum. Now i'm just shy of 2 inches and I've gained a lot of girth. It grew a lot in the first month and now the growth is more gradual.
I hope to treated fairly here. I don't mind answering honest, well-thought out questions...hopefully they'll be on topic. No disrespect please.