I’m not sure a health care provider would determine talking testosterone with an unsupportive family is in your best interest (concern for your well-being, safety, etc.) If this is the case you wouldn’t be able to start T without your parental support.
If you did end up getting T without parental consent, insurance on prescriptions can work in one of two ways.
The patterns on the clothing you choose are very important, especially when choosing shirts and t-shirts.
This is because they can be used to camouflage any bumps on your chest.
I don't know how everything with insurance works so I was wondering what my options for testosterone are?
I probably can't use their insurance since it will show that it's been used for something, right?
As a final note, never fall for the misconception that baggier clothing will help you hide your chest or your lack of muscles.
Despite what most people think, baggy clothing makes you look older and unfashionable.One of the key questions you should ask yourself when shopping for male apparel is whether they fit your body properly.As a rule of thumb, always go for clothes that fit you well.However, if you have slightly bigger hips, finding pants that fit you well can be tricky because most male pants don’t have room for larger hips.When looking for pants, ensure that the pants you choose hug your body while still allowing room for movement.Additionally, shopping in the boy’s section comes with a pocket-friendly price tag. Therefore, although you want to project a male image, you should always make sure that you are comfortable in whatever you are wearing.