Online Medical Clinic for Transgender People
Advice, Counselling, Medication, Monitoring
100% confidential advice – ask me today
Mental health assessments
Post-op advice and care
You are never too young or never too old to get help and support.
Whether you just need some advice about your thoughts and feelings, or whether you are ready to start the transition then please contact me for advice.
If you would like a referral to the NHS Gender Clinic or advice on how they work, then ask me today.
If you are already taking hormones and would like a more reputable source, with full medical monitoring, then I can help you.
Full medical service available including mental health assessments, medical assessments, blood tests, medication. Please know that hormones cannot be prescribed without a full assessment.
Assessments can be face to face, email, telephone, video-call to suit your best needs.
Meet The Team
Dr Webberley MBChB MRCGP MFFP. GMC no 3657058
NHS GP and Sexual Health Specialist
I am an NHS GP with specialist qualifications in Sexual Health. I realise how hard it is for Transgender people to get the help and treatment they need, and this clinic is for those people to have confidential, easy access to help, advice, support and prescriptions.
Online Transgender Clinic
- Free confidential advice
- 100% confidential – from start to finish
- NHS GP specialising in gender dysphoria
- Receive help while you wait for the Gender Identity Clinic
- All age groups – you are not too old!
- Advice, medication, counselling
- Become the real you x
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All of my medical advice is free. There is no payment needed unless you actually wish to go ahead with any sort of counselling or medical therapy. Please ask for more details. Dr Webberley
Hi Dr Webberley, hope you and your team are well. Just reporting in to let you know how I’m doing, am doing really well. My skin has softened a lot, my chest and bum are filling out too which is great. I’ve been paying for laser for my face so that has made a huge difference too.
I’m good at the moment enjoying my new found inner peace. Medication is going well sticking to the plan with no side effects. Physically slight things starting to happen which is exciting if not a little sore. Have almost given up smoking now got a 12 week course through my local pharmacy using the spray its very effective for me and I’m down to 2 roll ups a day. I’m eating well and generally out walking the dogs more now. All in all I’m in a good place. Thanks for everything so far yourself and your team have been fantastic so far. Regards
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Gender dysphoria is a condition where a person experiences discomfort or distress because there is a mismatch between their biological sex and gender identity. Biological sex is assigned at birth, depending on the appearance of the genitals. Gender identity is the gender that a person “identifies” with or feels themselves to be. While biological sex and gender identity are the same for most people, this is not the case for everyone. For example, some people may have the anatomy of a man, but identify themselves as a woman, while others may not feel they are definitively either male or female. This mismatch between sex and gender identity can lead to distressing and uncomfortable feelings that are called gender dysphoria. Gender dysphoria is a recognised medical condition, for which treatment is sometimes appropriate. It is not a mental illness. The condition is also sometimes known as gender identity disorder (GID), gender incongruence or transgenderism. Some people with gender dysphoria have a strong and persistent desire to live according to their gender identity, rather than their biological sex. These people are sometimes called transsexual or trans people. Some trans people have treatment to make their physical appearance more consistent with their gender identity. Gender dysphoria is not the same as transvestism or cross-dressing and is not related to sexual orientation. People with the condition may identify as straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual or asexual, and this may change with treatment. Treatment for gender dysphoria aims to help reduce or remove the distressing feelings of a mismatch between biological sex and gender identity. This can mean different things for different people. For some people, it can mean dressing and living as their preferred gender. For others, it can mean taking hormones or having surgery to change their physical appearance. Many trans people have treatment to change their body permanently, so that they are more consistent with their gender identity, and the vast majority are satisfied with the eventual results. Many people with gender dysphoria still face prejudice and misunderstanding.