Transsexual shock treatment
Puberty is an awkward time for everyone, but for many trans people, every change their body goes through is a horrifying reminder that their body does not align with their gender. With the help of their doctors, people assigned female at birth might use a form of testosterone which can be injected, applied with a patch, as a topical cream or gel, as a subcutaneous pellet six to 12 placed under the skin every three months , or use progestin injections as another option. For people assigned male at birth, they might start with some form of antiandrogen commonly referred to as a "T-Blocker," or testosterone blocker like spironolactone or cyproterone acetate, and some form of estrogen and progesterone. Every body is different, but here are some things you probably never knew about taking hormones.
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Canada this week banned conversion therapy, a debunked treatment that aims to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity. A bill making it a crime to subject Canadians of any age to the discredited practice became law Wednesday after Canada's Parliament passed the measure this month. Some of the nations, such as Germany, have passed bans exclusively for minors, whereas others, like Malta, have passed bans for all citizens. In the United States, 20 states and the District of Columbia have restrictions in place for minors, according to the Movement Advancement Project, a nonprofit think tank.
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