Vancouver guy. Cosplayer. Runner and adventurer.
First off, I want to clarify that I am not a doctor! I didn’t experience this, however I know that it is something that some guys do run into (called “spotting” I think). I urge you to talk to your doctor about it ASAP and if they are clueless then they will need to consult with or refer you to someone who is knowledgable in transhealth.
Gender fluidity is a thing. It’s a gender identity. There’s not just boy or girl out there, there’s a whole spectrum of gender identities and there’s nothing stopping anyone from switching their gender every day.
I really urge you to take a look at the term “genderfluid” (might be two words “gender fluid”). It might answer a lot of your queries :)
In terms of myself I have always felt male, even while trying to persuade myself into identifying as female. But you and I are different people with different gender identities. Neither is more “valid” than the other :) You’re not weird and what you’re feeling isn’t weird! It may be a little less common than other gender identities, but less common doesn’t mean “weird” or “false” at all.
Really?? I personally don’t see it but oddly that’s not the first time I’ve been told that. I’ll take it as a compliment! :3