Fertility preservation decision making amongst Australian transgender and non-binary adults
Damien W Riggs, Clare Bartholomaeus
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | BMC | Published : 2018
BACKGROUND: Historically, transitioning gender was seen as precluding transgender people from having children in the future. However, there are now increased reproductive options available to transgender people, with such options also available to non-binary people (i.e., people whose gender is not exclusively male or female). These options include undertaking fertility preservation if genetic children may be desired in the future. Despite these increased options, there is still only a limited amount of international research exploring the views of transgender and non-binary people on fertility preservation. METHODS: This mixed-methods study draws on a convenience sample of Australian transg..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Research Council
This work was in part supported by the Australian Research Council under a Future Fellowship (FT130100087) awarded to the first author.