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Contraception choices for transgender males
  1. Kathy Jones1,1,
  2. Martyn Wood2,
  3. Liz Stephens3
  1. 1Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool Centre for Sexual Health, Liverpool, UK; kathy.jones@rlbuht.nhs.uk
  2. 2Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool Centre for Sexual Health, Liverpool, UK; martyn.wood@nhs.net
  3. 3Liverpool Community Health, Abacus Sexual Health Service, Liverpool, UK; liz.stephens@liverpoolch.nhs.uk
  1. Correspondence to Mrs. Kathy Jones; kathy.jones{at}rlbuht.nhs.uk

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We wish to share with journal readers a clinical case that challenged us clinically and highlighted a number of learning points for our community sexual and reproductive healthcare (cSRH) service.

A transgender male attended our integrated sexual health clinic with a presentation of blisters. He had had unprotected vaginal sexual intercourse 5 days previously, and had been paid for this episode of sex. He was in a long-term relationship with his female partner, and was considering going into casual sex work (CSW). Currently he was a full-time carer for his partner, while also trying to hold down a part-time cleaning job. His transgender friends had informed …

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