Contraception Across the Transmasculine Spectrum.

  title={Contraception Across the Transmasculine Spectrum.},
  author={Chance Krempasky and Miles Harris and Lauren Abern and Frances W Grimstad},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
Contraceptive Counseling for the Transgender Patient Assigned Female at Birth.
An integrative review with the objective of evaluating and organizing the approach of contraceptive counseling for the transgender population who were assigned female at birth found that of 88 articles, 7 were used to develop the contraceptive counseling model.
Sexual and Reproductive Health for Transgender and Gender-Diverse Patients
An overview of sexual and reproductive health considerations for transgender and gender-diverse (TGD) patients is provided and the effect of hormonal therapy on future fertility does not appear to be significant, but warrants further research given conflicting data.
Treating Acne in Transgender Persons Receiving Testosterone: A Practical Guide
Multidisciplinary approaches to acne care, involving mental health, reproductive health, gender-affirming hormone therapy and surgeries, are adopted to guide isotretinoin treatment.
Prepregnancy Counseling for People of All Genders: Enhancing Safe and Accessible Family Building for Transgender, Gender Diverse, and Non-binary Individuals
Transgender, gender diverse, and non-binary individuals who were assigned female at birth may wish to parent, conceive, and carry a pregnancy, but are not included in guidelines for routine prepregnancy counseling.
At risk of pregnancy? Contraception for transgender, nonbinary, gender-diverse, and Two Spirit patients
People with reproductive potential should be offered counseling on contraception, emergency contraception, abortion, fertility, fertility preservation, and antenatal, intrapartum, and postpartum care.
Principles of Transgender Care for the Primary Care Physician
Transgender individuals have a higher prevalence of mental health problems, suicidality and premature mortality risk versus the general population, however, many transgender persons avoid medical care due to perceived stigma, in conjunction with transgender-specific knowledge deficits among health care providers.
Contraceptive Beliefs, Needs, and Care Experiences Among Transgender and Nonbinary Young Adults.
The Intrauterine Device Experience Among Transgender and Gender-Diverse Individuals Assigned Female at Birth.
IUDs are well tolerated in this population, with few current users desiring removal for unwanted side effects, but Clinicians should counsel TGD-AFAB individuals about the contraceptive and noncontraceptive benefits of IUDs and expected side effects.


Attitudes Toward Fertility and Reproductive Health Among Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Adolescents.
Endocrine treatment of transsexual people: a review of treatment regimens, outcomes, and adverse effects.
The range of treatment used by transsexual people, the rationale behind these, and the expectation from such treatment are discussed, as well as the potential adverse effects of cross-sex hormone treatment of transsexual people.
Committee Opinion no. 512: health care for transgender individuals.
  • Medicine, Political Science
    Obstetrics and gynecology
  • 2011
Ostetrician–gynecologists should be prepared to assist or refer transgender individuals with routine treatment and screening as well as hormonal and surgical therapies.
Integrated and Gender-Affirming Transgender Clinical Care and Research
A model of gender-affirmative integrated clinical care and community research to address and intervene on disparities in HIV infection for transgender people is offered.
From erasure to opportunity: a qualitative study of the experiences of transgender men around pregnancy and recommendations for providers
Recommendations for providers’ anticipatory guidance during the pre-transition, pre-conception, prenatal, and postpartum periods are provided and ways to support and bring visibility to the experience of transgender men are identified.
Thrombotic issues in transgender medicine: A review
This review highlights the current interventions available in transgender medicine and related potential hematologic complications, and it suggests simple, evidence‐based management going forward.
Care of the transgender patient: a survey of gynecologists' current knowledge and practice.
  • C. Unger
  • Medicine
    Journal of women's health
  • 2015
Assessment of gynecologists' preferences and knowledge base with regard to transgender healthcare found efforts should be made to educate trainees on the important aspects of transgender care, and comprehensive guidelines should be published for practicing providers.