Individuals who undergo medical treatments to change their gender need regular blood tests to check their hormone levels. While transgender may still be a new concept to many people, there is a growing number of individuals who are opting to switch to transition because they feel as though they were born the wrong sex.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explains that it can be difficult to know the exact number of transgender people in the U.S. However, a study conducted by the University of California William Institute estimates that there are 700,000 individuals in America who identify as transgender. It's important that all Americans understand more about his population, especially since advancements in medicine now make it possible for more people to change their gender.
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