During and after transition, participants reported experiencing good social support and satisfaction with the surgical treatment and outcomes. Grabovac, M. Views Read Edit View history. In Croatia, no accepted standards exist that would regulate diagnosis, therapy, and ethical questions pertaining to the care and support of TS individuals. Fisher, A. Participants were also questioned about their experience with certain sexual activities following SRS. Original Paper First Online:
Educational achievement for all participants is at the graduate level, and five participants are currently employed the remaining participant is still a student.
Category Portal. However, although the decision to undergo SRS was never in question for any of the participants, the decision-making process itself was hindered by various aggravating circumstances including a fear of how those around them would react and, for some participants, financial difficulties. As a result, the period of time required by a TS individual and his or her social network to adjust to the trans identity is probably much longer in this culturally linguistic context.
Each of the questionnaire items refers to one of the following eight health indicators: