Do you love being a girl so much you want to be one 24/7? There are many permanent routes you can go to make your dreams come true. To be the pretty girl you feel you are on the inside. No matter how much you think you look like a man now, they can make you into a beautiful girl.
It will take dedication, passion and setting your mind to it. Just to let you know there are many variations you can be too like some people just take hormones without the surgery, but if you want to go all the way there is gender reassignment surgery. (GRS)
There are many procedures you could do
I recommend you that first focus on getting these as soon as you possibly can since testoserone makes it harder, and harder to transition with age. Though the only thing that it makes permanent is bone structure. Though for the face, and neck there are surgeries that can fix that. Body fat will be rearranged to that of a women's. You'll get curves, your hip, and butt size will increase. These will give you breasts, they will make your hair thinner, and softer, and they may make your voice a little higher pitched. You can still transition into a women as beautiful as the women your age if you're 50, and up. I've seen if happen many times before!
Lots of things that look like bone structure on the body were fat that was changed with hormones with me. I was worried my broad shoulders were stuck that way, but hormones decreased the shoulder size, and made them more slender. They're still a little bigger than non-transgender women's, but not by a lot.
These hormones are estrogen, and testoserone blocker pills that you get with a prescription. Please only take them with a prescription under the guidance of a doctor, because if taken in the wrong way that doesn't fit your body you could have liver failure, a heart attack, or blood clots. The kind of doctor to look for is an Endocrinologist, which is a hormone doctor. Personally I can't say anything good about Herbal non-prescription hormones since I tried them for years but they had no effect. I recommend going for the prescription hormones as soon as you can.
I was able to get hormones without seeing a therapist first. See if you can in your local area. We should be able to since hormone changes are not completely permanent because if you stop taking them the changes reverse back if you haven't had Gender Reassignment Surgery yet.
I was able to get hormones by Googling to see if there were any LGBT centers in my area. Usually they will help you find, and see the right doctor. The LGBT center here even has there own endocrinologist. They possibly may where you are.
You can also ask your regular physician if you can have a referral to see an endocrinologist, or what is the best way to see one. You can let them know you need it because you are transgender, and don't worry, most doctors know a lot about transgender people. Also use Google, a lot. Think of good keywords to search with, like
"Transsexual Transitioning (Your Area)"
"Endocrinologist (Your Area)"
"Estrogen Transgender (Your Area)".
"Electrolysis (Your Area)"
..and so on.
❤ Breast Augmentation
To increase the breast size.
❤ Facial Feminization Surgery
Surgery to make your face more feminine shaped.
To permanently remove the beard.
❤ Adams Apple Removal
Removes to bump in your neck that guys have, and girls don't.
❤ Hip, or Butt Implants
To increase the size of either of these, though you may want to wait, and see if hormones do this because they will increase these things.
❤ Voice Training
No surgery or money is needed. There's free online tutorials on how to do this if you Google Transgender Voice Training. It took me years for my voice to be permanently higher pitched with these.
..and many more.
I think instead of me explaining all of them its best to show you these websites that already have an amazing amount of information on it:
*The TS Roadmap*
*Slimmimg Weight & Muscles*
*Diane's Weight Control Tips*