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There are very few evidence-base studies to guide clinicians in hormone management of transgender people. However, existing data do show clinically significant health benefits to aligning gender identity and expression with medical and surgical intervention 1. Transwomen are commonly treated with some form of estrogen with or without a testosterone blocker Other estrogens, such as conjugated equine estrogens, are also used; however, the risk of each estrogen derivative should be assessed for its thrombogenic risk, which should be discussed with the individual 23 — Goals of estrogen therapy vary from patient to patient; however, breast development, subcutaneous fat redistribution, and skin softening are commonly desired 2. The hormone regimen a patient uses should be tailored to meet their goals, including questions around sexual function and fertility preservation, as blocking testicular function will inhibit both Educating patients about the effects, and also limitations, of hormone therapy is crucial to management.
Congratulations to Dr. Amanda Timmers on her convocation! She is the second PhD student to graduate from the SageLab, and is now working in private practice in Ottawa. Congratulations Amanda! September Congratulations to Amanda Timmers, who will be defending her thesis in early September!