I'm a female-born and identified partner, wife, girlfriend, squeeze, lover—you name it—of a Transman (FTM). After spending his life stuck in the wrong body, he's transitioning to become the man he has always been. This is our journey from my point of view. Right now it's anonymous so if you know us, please respect that. But we both really appreciate comments.
So far, I have not noticed any major physical changes. R says he feels stronger. And I know he feels better, but I'm not sure that's the testosterone. More likely, it's just him feeling better because he's made the decision to be a man. However, the other day, our therapist said he noticed that R's voice was dropping. My first reaction? A gut check. Another physical twinge: oh, yeah, my stomach thought, this shit is real. As in, it's actually happening. Weird. I didn't feel bad, per se. Just a little shocked. I guess it's going to be like that. I am expecting that the forth shot will be a charm. I'm not sure why, but it just seems that way. In the meantime, I think he should be faking a deeper voice.