Within a month, according to the journal Transgender Health , the woman, 30, who was born male, was producing droplets of milk. Tamar Reisman and Zil Goldstein, a nurse practitioner, of the Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery in New York, say the case illustrates that, in some circumstances, modest but functional lactation can be induced in transgender women who did not give birth or undergo surgery. Reisman and Ms. Goldstein , a transgender activist and program director at the center. They were not immediately available for comment on Thursday. But breast-feeding for transgender women had not been officially documented. Breast milk is considered the best form of nutrition for infants.
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This review will inform radiologists about the evidence base regarding radiographic imaging for transgender individuals and considerations for providing culturally sensitive care for this population. Transgender individuals are increasingly referred for both screening and diagnostic breast imaging. It is important that the clinic environment is welcoming, the medical staff utilize accepted terminology and patients are able to designate their gender and personal history to ensure appropriate care. Hormone and surgical treatments used for transition by many transgender women and men may change the approach to imaging.
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A transgender woman was able to produce enough milk to breast-feed her partner's newborn baby for six weeks, according to a new report of the case. The report is the first in the medical literature to formally document lactation in a transgender woman, the researchers said. The transgender woman was able to breast-feed after undergoing a regimen of hormonal therapy along with the use of a breast pump, in a process similar to what's done for women who cannot produce breast milk on their own including women who want to breast-feed after adoption. Our Key Physical Differences Explained ]. The report was published in the January issue of the journal Transgender Health. It's known that people who are born male can produce milk — for example, men who undergo hormonal treatment for prostate cancer can, in some cases, develop breast fullness and lactate, said Dr.