Reply To: What are my chances of having biological children after transitioning?

DeeAnn Hopings

The reason I asked was this. Obviously if anyone here as been involved in a similar experience, they can share based on that perspective. But, what they are is individual data points. I would think and hope that a gynecologist would have a broader range of information based on their practice and from information in the medical journals.

Usually I would suggest that folks check into services offered  by their local LGBT center as a number offer initial medical help and sometimes even on a sliding scale. However, I looked up your current location and unfortunately it looks like you are some distance away from any metropolitan area.

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