'Using artificial hormones to try to change one’s gender is hardly a risk-free endeavor, as new research reveals some serious health problems that can possibly arise in its aftermath.
Though it might be politically-incorrect to say so, cross-sex therapies that involve trying to chemically-alter a person’s sexual composition, including the off-label prescription and use of puberty blockers in developing youth, have the potential to cause serious and lifelong side effects, some of which can eventually become fatal.
It’s already scientifically known that puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and sex reassignment surgeries come with irreversible consequences, typically in the form of permanent bodily impairment. But what about their impact on day-to-day health?
Researchers from The Netherlands recently published a study looking at precisely this issue. They discovered that messing with drugs and other interventions that alter the body’s normal and natural production of estrogen, testosterone, and other endogenous hormones greatly increases a person’s risk of suffering an acute cardiovascular event such as a heart attack, stroke, or deep vein thrombosis.
After tracking the lives of some 2,517 men who were trying to transition to a more female appearance, with a median age of 30 and an average of nine years on hormone therapy, as well as 1,358 women with a median age of 23 and an average of eight years on hormone therapy trying to look more like men, the team learned that the health impact of this transition process is tremendous.'
Read more: Cross-sex “trans” hormone treatments are ruining people’s lives: heart disease, cardiovascular damage, and deep vein clots among horrific side effects
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