What do puberty blockers do to the brain?
WASHINGTON (TND) — Earlier this month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration added a warning to gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists, commonly known as “puberty blockers,” indicating there were serious risks for youth who take them.
Do puberty blockers affect mental health?
After one year, we found that young people who began puberty blockers or gender-affirming hormones were 60% less likely to be depressed and 73% less likely to have thoughts about self-harm or suicide compared to youth who hadn’t started these medications.
Do puberty blockers have long term side effects?
Use of GnRH analogues might also have long-term effects on: Growth spurts. Bone growth and density. Future fertility — depending on when pubertal blockers are started.
- What do puberty blockers do to the brain?
- Do puberty blockers affect mental health?
- Do puberty blockers have long term side effects?
- Do puberty blockers cause permanent infertility?
- Do puberty blockers affect bone density?
- How long do you take puberty blockers?
- How can I delay puberty naturally?
- Can gender dysphoria go away?
- What should I do if my son wants to be a girl?
- At what age does gender dysphoria develop?
- Can a child be non-binary?
- What do I call my non-binary daughter?
- What do I call my Nonbinary parent?
- Can puberty cause gender dysphoria?
- At what age does gender dysphoria go away?
- What age does gender identity develop?
- What are the 7 genders?
- What is a non-binary child?
- How do I know if Im Nonbinary?
- How many girls is in the world?