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What are the basic types of hormone therapy?

Verified by Dr. Jennifer Lincoln, MD, IBCLC
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Hormone therapy for transitioning comes in the form of pills, patches, implants, gels, or shots. These will either be estrogen to help with feminizing hormone therapy, or testosterone to help with masculinizing hormone therapy. This is different from puberty blocking medication, which is sometimes used prior to hormone therapy to stop the changes that puberty brings, which can then be followed by hormone therapy to assist with medical transitioning.

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