Transition is a deeply personal journey that is often limited by circumstances and access to resources. Medical transition, for instance, is tightly controlled and might be geographically or financially inaccessible for some people. Sometimes other health issues can prevent a transgender person from doing all the things they wish to do to reinforce their gender identity. The process of medically transitioning can also be a very gradual one and differs from person to person. This may include choosing some treatments for a period of time and then choosing to stop (for example, using hormone therapy for a year, and then ceasing).