There's also a degree to which it doesn't matter half as much as people make out.
The pronouns people call you don't mean **** - for one it doesn't matter whether someone calls me a man, a pig, or a flying frog, I know I'm a woman; for two, many languages don't even recognise such a thing as a gendered pronoun - it's entirely a social construct anyway so there's no use stressing over it.
As for the bigger picture beyond pronouns make the distinction clearly between your gender expression (what clothes you enjoy, what mannerisms you feel comfortable with etc.) and what your body functions as (ie do you make the baby basic biology stuff). I dress like a man, feel comfortable taking up a lot of space, and have mainly guy friends. I still feel comfortable with my body as feminine.
Also if you are a women there's another distinction to make - if you don't feel comfortable with having children or even can't, that doesn't mean you are barred from feeling fundamentally physically feminine.
Essentially just be clear with yourself what it is you're uncomfortable with and make sure it really is your fundamental biology. From my experience in the lgbtq community, many people who are uncomfortable with their 'gender' really just resent useless societal norms rather than have any genuine dissociation and horror of their own body.
Best of luck with your journey wherever it takes you, and don't fear any lack of acceptance you find along the way - authenticity attracts more true friends than it rejects.