From Transgender to Transhuman, part 3

When it comes to hand and foot size, it makes me wonder why few people are working on improving the techniques of reconstructions. Plastic surgery aims to reconstruct abnormal tissue, but many of them use artificial and foreign materials that they use to reconnect the bones, blood vessels and nerves together with things like alloys, pins and screws, or silicone gels. I don’t like the idea of having plates, screws, rods and pins inside the bones because they could interfere with many other things. I was thinking of other alternatives, like making pins out of bone material and then pegging the ends together until they mended. After all, that’s how people peg pieces of wood together. Nerve reconnection, especially those that may not regenerate, can be very difficult; It’s like conecting a small bundle of hairs, and you have to tie each strand of hair to the right one. That’s why scientists are working with nanotechnology to see if they can overcome this barrier. It might be that they can find a way to manipulate the bone structures and other tissues in the limbs to reduce their size. While I don’t believe in giving someone something that may seem impractical, I encourage them to develop a way to research their optionss. For example, one who wishes to pursue something that doesn’t exist may as well get support from those who share a common interest to make it a reality.
Cosmetic surgery is considered an elective, meaning that it is only based on the desire of the patient as an enhancement and not based on a medical necessity. The same goes for certain types of transplants. Being trans myself, I believe that if I had the right resources, knowledge and willpower, I could work with a supportive team to see what new techniques could be used to make this happen.
The first idea I was thinking would involve a total hlimb transplant or a limb regrowth. Many researchers around the world are trying to figure out how some species are able to regenerate body parts. They speculate that certain activation of genes play a role in the production of recreating new tissue. Deciphering the mechanism of bioelectricity will have the potential to help us understand how the body is capable of regenerating. It is currently impossible to look solely at an animal’s genome or microbiome and predict what shape or size it is going to be. We can say this gene makes that protein, but to understand the shape of a head or an animal’s size… there is very little understanding of how large-scale shape emerges or is controlled. The chief chemicals lie within hoarding sodium chloride ions, which ushers potassium ions. These mainly create a ground potential that creates a negative voltage. This is also called a sodium potassium pump.
One of the things i don’t like about facial feminisation surgery, or any surgery that involves bone removal is the way the bones are being shaped and filled with bone cement and other things, though I thought about using a handpiece and using it like a router used in woodworking to round-over any square edges. So, I think it would be much easier to replace them with new bones. Three-D printing technology could help in recreating new biological organs, including bones, which can be used to resculpt the body. While titanium was used in this experiment, someone was born with an extremely large skull. Most of that was removed and replaced with metal. We should not be putting metals and alloys inside our bodies.
Also, I noticed that larger hands and feet, especially on the palmar and plantar sides, have a lot of padding. People with smaller hands and feet usually have less padding or fewer layers of skin in general. The wrists or ankles might be narrow, but the hands and feet may be wider, or vice versa. One of the things I read about was hand x-rays, an imaging technique used to see if the person’s bone age will be any different from their overall age. Sometimes, a person’s spine can fuse while other parts of their body continue to grow. This may result in a really short stature with enlarged bones elsewhere. Think of a biological female, for instance, that measured five feet even, who wears size twelve shoes in men’s.
It has been shown that oestrogen is a growth inhibitor, and those who get a lot of it are usually smaller and have wider hips. The ring to index finger ratio has been under a great number of studies to see if there was any linkage between prenatal hormones and gender identity, but nothing has been definite yet. This has led to a lot of myths and debates over the phenomenon.
To get back to the main question, what I would do is research any places that support your belief and who have idealistic and optimistic attitudes. some things can be made practical over time if we work together to make it happen, and with the proper understanding of how all these underlying processes work. If we stopped quarrelling and bickering with one another over the latest political drama, we should make efforts to become more educated and informed, rather than choosing to ignore science.

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