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The clinical goal of all binary [[w:Hormone replacement therapy (transgender)|HRT regimens]] is to get your hormone levels to typical levels of the sex you identify with. [[Testosterone]] at male-typical levels tends to fully supress the natal production of [[Estradiol|estrogen]], so unlike  [[MTF hormone replacement therapy guide|MTF regimens]] typically no [[Antiestrogen|anti-estrogen]] is needed.
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The clinical goal of all binary [[w:Hormone replacement therapy (transgender)|HRT regimens]] is to get your hormone levels to typical levels of the sex you identify with. [[Testosterone]] at levels typical of cis males tends to fully supress the ovaries production of [[Estradiol|estrogen]], so unlike  [[Pharmaceutical Feminizing HRT guide|Feminizing regimens]] typically no [[Antiestrogen|anti-estrogen]] is needed.
  
 
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The clinical goal of all binary HRT regimens is to get your hormone levels to typical levels of the sex you identify with. Testosterone at levels typical of cis males tends to fully supress the ovaries production of estrogen, so unlike Feminizing regimens typically no anti-estrogen is needed.

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