September 22, 2020
In the last of this 3-part series, Annie Lakatos, NP, will share her clinical experience in extensively working with non-binary, AFAB, AMAB, genderqueer, gender expansive, and agender individuals in using hormones to affirm and align their gender identity and expression. While many non-binary+ individuals may not want to pursue hormones, some do. This session will explore the nuances of understanding what hormones might do to support a non-binary person’s identity, discuss decision-making and getting started, as well as look at effects, risks and health maintenance of using hormones. Bring your questions. Everyone is welcome!
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Overview of presentation 3:44
Non-binary goals of care 6:07
Establishing goals of care 8:59
Aligning identity with expression 11:45
Guidelines for hormone replacement therapy 13:44
How to get started 18:24
What to expect 20:28
Effects of masculinizing therapy 23:36
Effects of feminizing therapy 25:36
Risks associated with HRT 26:47
Additional considerations 27:58
Presenter: Annie Lakatos.
Annie Lakatos has been a nurse practitioner since 2009 and works at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin in the Inclusion Health Clinic and the General Internal Medicine Clinic. She provides primary care, hormone replacement therapy and PrEP alongside preventive care and education. She is passionate about making each patient feel welcome and creating a space that is supportive and health-promoting for her patients.
Recorded September 22, 2020.