“Don’t Make The Mistake I Made”- Sahhara, a Nigerian transgender woman, gives advice to trans-sisters.

Sahhara, a Nigerian transgender woman, has written a long post on social media counseling other transgender women on how to change their bodies while sharing her personal experience.

Sahhara revealed that she spent the night in the hospital after undergoing corrective surgery with her drains still in place. The surgery was performed to correct some pain and mistakes she made during her transition into womanhood.

They go through hell to be their actual selves, according to her, and it’s a shame that some people minimize their identities without understanding what it takes to be who they are.

Sahhara, who shared images of herself in her hospital bed, begged that they never have to go through what they have, and warned her trans sisters not to make the same mistakes she did.

The following is an excerpt from her report:

“Please, be patient, don’t rush into doing things you body will produce naturally. Becoming the woman you truly are takes years, it is a gradual marathon steps, not a sprint.

My Grandma always said ‘Those who run blindly, always falls’. So be clever and WAIT! Take guidance from sisters who came before you, unfortunately, unlike you, I had none, but you have me. I’ll gladly be your Guinea pig, so you don’t have to destroy your life out of haste and desperation.

I’m staying in the hospital until I am deemed strong enough to go home. Thank you all so much for your lovely messages, I appreciate your kind thoughts and care… Love you all so much.”

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