Resources for transgender care

Contemporary OB/GYN JournalVol 65 No 08
Volume 64
Issue 08

Find additional resources for providing high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare to transmasculine people, transgender men, and nonbinary people, whose sex assigned at birth was female.

Below are additional resources from a peer-reviewed article, 'Gynecologic care considerations for transmasculine people,' that appeared in this year's August issue of Contemporary OB/GYN. The following information has been provided by Drs. Halley Crissman, MPH and Daphna Stroumsa, MD, MPH, MSC.

Guidelines for the primary and gender affirming care of transgender and nonbinary people

UCSF Transgender Care, Dept of Family and Community Medicine, University of California San Francisco; 2nd ed. Deutsch MB, ed. June 2016.

The Fenway Institute

New clinical guidelines for contraceptive counseling

Society of Family Planning clinical recommendations: Contraceptive counseling for transgender and genderdiverse people. Contraception. 102(2): 70-82. August 2020.

Stay tuned for a video interview and podcast with Drs. Crissman and Stroumsa where they will expand upon the topics discussed in the above article.

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