Endocrine Health in LGBTQ+ Populations

Endocrine health in LGBTQ+ populations encompasses the unique healthcare needs and disparities faced by individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or other sexual and gender minorities. Hormonal transitions associated with gender-affirming care, including hormone therapy and surgical interventions, require specialized management tailored to individual preferences and goals. Access to affirming and culturally competent healthcare services is essential for addressing hormone-related concerns and promoting endocrine health in LGBTQ+ communities. Moreover, awareness of the impact of societal stigma, discrimination, and minority stress on endocrine health underscores the importance of holistic approaches to care that address social determinants of health and promote health equity for LGBTQ+ individuals.

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