gender reassignment


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gender reassignment

Acknowledgement of the true mental and emotional sex (gender identity) of an individual when this does not correspond to the apparent anatomical sex. Gender reassignment is a necessary, and serious, preliminary to any serious consideration of sex-change surgery.
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Doctors have recommended that the petitioner undergo gender reassignment surgery.
Doctors suggested her gender reassignment surgery to be performed by the expert doctors.
The Prison Officers' Association said they had "concerns" about the implications of prisoners who are undergoing gender reassignment.
She underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2013, but her initial attempt to legally change her sex was rejected by Bahrain's High Civil Administrative Court in January last year.
Pilley, later known as "Jane Anne," became the first person to undergo gender reassignment surgery when he got his orchidectomy done on the National Health Service,(http://www.
It turned her into the unwitting poster boy for those who claimed teenagers were too young to be given gender reassignment.
Apart from a medical diagnosis, transgender people must also prove they have been transitioning for two years before they are allowed to undergo gender reassignment surgery.
Speaking about the gender reassignment she said: "It's is a long, painful journey.
Trans Action KP, which aimed at supporting gender identity and gender reassignment equality, said that the most of the transgender people living with HIV/Aids are without any treatment.
Recently, for example, Medicare program managers have been conducting a national coverage analysis for a proposed coverage determination process for gender reassignment surgery.
The methods of body modification undertaken by trans people are varied; they include the use of hormones, the application of industrial silicone, hair removal, plastic surgery, and gender reassignment and vary according to factors such as desire, financial resources, and sex work-related needs.
When either of the spouses secures a valid foreign divorce; canonical divorce, or gender reassignment surgery, and