Fertility Issues in Transgender Care

@article{Telis2019FertilityII,
  title={Fertility Issues in Transgender Care},
  author={Leon Telis and Stephanie Baum and Tomer Singer and Boback M. Berookhim},
  journal={Transgender Medicine},
  year={2019}
}
Treatment for gender dysphoria and the desire to live in the opposite gender requires hormonal, anatomic, and psychosocial changes. Concurrent with increased acceptance of fertility preservation is an increase in the acceptance and encouragement of transgender individuals. Undergoing gender affirming treatment no longer means the loss of reproductive potential. The medical community has a responsibility to meet the reproductive needs of transgender patients through education, empowerment, and… 

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