If you are single or partnered with a man, and have preserved your fertility you could have a child using your stored material with the assistance of a surrogate.
You may be able to have a baby if you have not stored eggs or embryos. It may be possible (if you have not had surgery affecting your reproductive organs) to cease hormone treatment and begin to produce eggs again and be able to become pregnant. This approach needs to be carefully managed medically. It may also create additional emotional challenges for you. It is not known whether the health of the child born may be affected by the hormone treatment. It is suggested that you seek additional support and guidance from your treating doctor and counsellor/therapist before and during this process.
Alternatively, if you are partnered with a woman you may consider using a sperm donor. If you are partnered with a man you may consider having a baby with the help of an egg donor and a surrogate. You would be the social and legal parent using these methods; however you would not be genetically connected to the child.