I don't think so that there are many post-op people in this group.
I can be your help.
One thing is common for every post-op trans person, they need to take estrogen shots throughout thier life, because without it a person may get week.
Second thing is that surgery scars don't go easily, but at some point they might not look so prominent.
If a person get any implant they might have to get it change in period of 10 years or so.
Late transitioners had to deal with thier masculine features they have grown so far.
You had to take care of your new genetilia very much, especially first two years of surgery.
You might get some issues here and there, few times for not being cis still but it is rare.
But the most important thing is that you are living truth, which is the feeling that may overcome any feeling that is not normal for a cis person.
Technically you are living the life of the cis people now.
I am not saying being trans is bad.
Being trans is different.
Some people like the difference and some not.
But if you feel this is the road you want ride then you are welcome. This road is full obstacles but in end you eon't regret it.