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Hyles 100 Spironolactone Review 2019

If you’re a transgender woman who’s undergoing hormone replacement therapy, this Hyles 100 Spironolactone review is for you.

Please know that spironolactone is a diuretic drug but it’s also used as an anti-androgen medication for transitioning transgender women.

Hyles 100 Spironolactone Review

by Amanda of Filipinow



Before you take spironolactone, let me share with you what it does and the things to avoid while on it.

Spironolactone is a potassium-sparing diuretic that prevents your body from absorbing too much salt. It also keeps your potassium levels from getting too low.

Furthermore, it also treats conditions such as having too much aldosterone, edema, hypokalemia, and nephrotic syndrome.

Avoid if you have/are:

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  • High levels of potassium
  • Kidney disease
  • Unable to urinate
  • Taking potassium supplements

If you have a heart or liver disease and you’re using steroids or another type of diuretic, please consult your doctor before taking it.

Why do transgender women take spironolactone?

Simply because it has a side-effect which blocks the production of testosterone. As transgender women, it’s the type of hormone that we don’t want to be associated with.

It’s the culprit for muscle growth, body hair growth, and overall physical masculinization

Let’s head on to the most important part of this Hyles 100 Spironolactone review.

My Experience

Hyles Spironolactone Ingredients

Packaging is like of any other box of medicine in the market. Nothing too exciting.

One box contains 10 pads with 10 tablets.

No funny smell can be detected from the tabs unlike with any other medications.

When taken, it gives a temporary cooling sensation on the throat and stomach for some reason.

It also gives a slight acidic feeling on the stomach. Have you ever tried drinking apple cider vinegar and water right before eating anything else? That’s how I’d best describe the feeling.

Don’t worry because it’s just temporary and is very tolerable.

I’m only required to take 100mg a day which means that I only take it once a day.

Read my MTF Hormone Replacement Therapy Philippines routine if you want to know more. Furthermore, I also included steps there on how to get started with your HRT.

Effects

Compared to cyproterone acetate, it doesn’t affect my daily life too much.

When I’m on it, I feel that my mood is more stable and that I don’t feel lazy, depressed, and hungry like with other types of anti-androgens.

The Hyles 100 brand doesn’t deliver effects that I wouldn’t want my body to experience.

What I’ve noticed

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  1. My libido on the day time diminishes significantly.
  2. I pee a lot so it’s best to be taken right after waking up.
  3. Hair-growth on my body hair is significantly slower.
  4. I have less cravings.
  5. Acne growth is almost non-existent.
  6. My energy is not as abundant compared to when I’m not taking it.
  7. I’m less aggressive with my thoughts, words, and actions.
  8. Less athletic.
  9. I’m a little more emotional.
  10. My sweat doesn’t have a foul odor. However, please know that I’m a descendant of Aphrodite so that has never been an issue for me anyway.
  11. Libido comes back on night time.

Final Words

If you haven’t done orchiectomy or SRS yet, it’s very important for you to partner your estrogen with an anti-androgen if you’re going for a truly feminine look. However, if the price of beauty is your health, forget about it.

Smart beats beautiful any day of the week. Check with your doctor first!

  • Packaging: 3/5
  • Efficacy: 5/5
  • Affordability: 5/5
  • Availability: 3/5 (I only buy it from an online seller)

Retails at 1,500 PHP for 100 tablets, a true steal.

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An Aquarius full time Spinster and Poodle mom.

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