Case report| Volume 98, ISSUE 1, P74-75, July 2018

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Use of Copper Intrauterine Device in Transgender Male Adolescents


      Transgender men need contraception if engaging in intercourse with a cis-gender male partner. The copper IUD is an effective, non-hormonal contraceptive well suited for trans-males even while utilizing gender affirming hormone therapy. A gender-neutral medical facility with well-trained and sensitive staff is the ideal setting to provide such contraceptive care.


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