47th World Congress on Nursing & Health Care
Singapore City, singapore
San Beda University, Philippines
Title: Management of the Physiological Effect of Contraceptive Pills among TGW in Selected Area
Biography: Sophia Marie G. Santiago
Contraceptive pills are taken by women to help them when it comes to preventing pregnancy, it works by stopping a sperm cell from meeting an egg cell which is called fertilization. This surprisingly works on males that have a desire to transform intro the opposite gender and gradually exhibit female traits with continuous use of pill. According to Tyler, the exposure to the chemical content of the pill can have a sensitive effect on the transgender or intersex (2017). The main objective of this research is to inform the transgender women (TGW) users about the possible physiological effect of the use of contraceptive pills and how a frequent user manages these changes in their everyday life. Thus, study obtained selected transgender women and provided surveys to around four to seven TGW: whether they are aware about the pill and why they maintained it. The assumed result of the study is that contraceptive pills only have an effect if they use it regularly because irregular use is not enough to throw a man’s contraceptive users because of the quick judgment of people. The study that there are effects of contraceptive pills among men physiologically and some were able to manage to stay living a normal life but still need more knowledge and information about the pills they take.