Nonbinary

genderqueer, agender, two-spirit, gender-fluid, androgynous, bigender, and multi-gender resources

Join FOLX
Use insurance or not
Get medication discreetly and easily
Beyond labels, exceptional care
Appointments in days, not eons!
Use insurance or not
Get medication discreetly and easily
Beyond labels, exceptional care
Appointments in days, not eons!

Here's how it works

1

Sign up and book

Sign up and book an appointment with one of our LGBTQIA+ specialized clinicians.

2

Have your visit

Your clinician will work with you to figure out a care plan that fits your goals.

3

Get your meds (if needed)

Get your meds shipped to your door or have them sent to the pharmacy of your choice.

4

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We'll ensure you get your refills on time and check in with you on your progress. You can always book another visit as needed.

FOLX'S COMMUNITY PLATFORM

Find more than care, find community

As a member, the FOLX Community Platform is your gateway to a supportive and safe space where you can access events, educational resources, and peer support groups.
peer support groups
group injection training

$0 for your first 10 days, then $39.99/mo.

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Popular Questions

What is estradiol?

Estradiol is the most commonly prescribed form of estrogen for gender-affirming hormone therapy (GAHT). It both reduces testosterone levels in the body and promotes the development of secondary sex characteristics such as breast growth, body fat redistribution to hips and thighs, decreased muscle mass, facial softening, and more. Read more in our Library on the different forms of estradiol or expected changes on estrogen HRT.

Do I need to take an anti-androgen?

No, you don’t. However, anti-androgens work well with estrogen by blocking the masculinizing effects of testosterone. They also help decrease the risks of HRT by allowing for lower doses of estrogen. Read more in our Library on anti-androgens and progesterone routes.

Can I get progesterone or an anti-androgen without estradiol?

Yes - you can but we do not recommend it as part of the FOLX membership. If you’d just like to start with add-on medications, we recommend signing up via a Virtual Primary Care visit.

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