Consent

Your Primary Care Provider will want to ensure you have a thorough understanding of the medication, anticipated changes, irreversible changes, risks & benefits and fertility preservation options. You will be required to provide informed consent and review consent documents with your provider. 

It’s important to understand that even though you may be coming to your provider with a vast understanding of Medical Transitioning, you will still be required to go through all the consent documents before beginning. To help prepare you for this appointment an example consent form is linked below: 


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