In a study of trans people in Denmark, men taking estrogen as a means of ‘gender affirming medical care’ were found to be twice as likely to experience cardiovascular diseases compared with other men and 73% more likely than women.
(LifeSiteNews) – A recent study shows that gender-confused men who undergo cross-sex hormone treatments are at a significantly higher risk – up to 95% – of developing heart disease.
The study found that all transgenders, whether men attempting to present themselves as women or women attempting to present as men, were at significantly increased risk for a range of deadly cardiovascular conditions, including strokes, heart attacks, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol levels.
Published in the European Journal of Endocrinology, the study drew upon health data from 2,671 trans people in their early to mid-20s living in Denmark and compared their occurrences of heart disease with a control group of 26,700 people.

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