What do you think about genderfluid people?
flappes_flappy_ears: As of this year, I'm genderfluid. I haven't told my parents yet. What do you guys think about genderfluidity? Do you think I'm right or wrong for making this decision? Please leave your comments below.
srbiddy09: A few years ago my grandfather had a "fluid build-up" in one of his knees; it was wicked swollen. He had to go to the hospital, to get the fluid drained out of it. He said it hurt like hell, but he felt a lot better afterward.
srbiddy09: I am pretty sure that you can receive treatment for fluid build-up in most communities these days. Just go online and find a medical care facility in your area, then set up an appointment. It is usually done as an out-patient procedure, which means that you will be home by dinner time
srbiddy09: Even though you are going through some issues regarding your sexuality, I still think you should look into having the fluid in your knee drained. Why suffer unnecessarily?
srbiddy09: Unfortunately, I think that Johnny is reluctant to seek treatment for his fluid build-up because of issues that he is experiencing with his sexuality. Sandee57 was right: Just go see your doctor and get it taken care of. You will feel better afterwards, I promise.
srbiddy09: Thank you, giant midget. Sadly, my grandpa passed away last year, from Gout. Even though he knew the risks, he couldn't give up eating fried scallops.
flappes_flappy_ears: Yeah, I'm sorry too.
Though this still has nothing to do with what genderfluidity actually is!
flappes_flappy_ears: It's part of the lgbt community, where someone feels both male and/or female. Sometimes both or neither. It's quite new.
srbiddy09: Knee effusion, or water on the knee, occurs when excess fluid accumulates in or around the knee joint. There are many common causes for the swelling, including arthritis and injury to the ligaments or meniscus (cartilage in the knee). This can happen to men and women, so it is not specific to a particular gender. I hope this clears things up
srbiddy09: Johnny: This condition can affect people in ANY community, not just the ones in IGBT, England.