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Online Medical Clinic for Transgender People

Advice, Counselling, Medication, Monitoring

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  • Advice

  • Diagnosis

  • Counselling

  • Mental health assessments

  • Medical assessments

  • Blood tests

  • Prescriptions

  • 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

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.

Katie

Katie

Team Secretary

Avril Collett

Avril Collett

Team Counsellor

I have had counseling with Avril today and I feel much better now. She is very lovely and patient with listening.
i really do appreciate your kindness to me from you and katie
Just had a really lovely phone conversation with Avril, she said she’s going to send a report over to you in the next couple of days. She was very supportive and understanding of how I feel and we discussed the steps I’ve already taken in becoming Amy, such as funding laser hair removal myself, making my GP aware, being referred to Leeds gender clinic and my interactions with other trans girls and trans support groups in Manchester. I explained to Avril the life I had growing up and made her aware of my plan, which is to complete full gender reassignment. I have arranged an initial 4 counselling sessions with Avril which I will continue throughout my transition on a regular basis. Having spoken to yourself and Avril, it’s made me really happy to see my transition start to move in the right direction towards finally being happy. Than k you again for the support you’ve given me so far and I look forward to hearing from you again very soon.
Hi Katie, Thanks for your help. Ordered Meds yesterday following your great instructions. Patches and vaniqa arrived this morning
Thank you so so much for all of your support this is the best I’ve felt mentally in so so many years, I’ve got so much motivation
After speaking to Avril it made me realise that I dress I do things & act like a girl but my body is not so I’m going to change abd live my dream should have done 28 years ago so yes I am going a head with hormone therapy
I thought that the session I had with Avril was life affirming. She was wonderful and is clearly very skilled. The sense of liberation and empowerment she gave me was truly overwhelming. She made me feel good about being me and who I really am. I am totally committed to proceeding. To not proceed is not an option. Therefore, I would really appreciate your continued care and guidance. I am going to see my GP to request voice therapy and laser treatment (which Avril said I would be entitled to) Finally, you would not believe how Avril made me feel when she called me by my female name
Dear Katie, Thank you for your message that is very kind. I was not expecting such a response. I am truly greatful.
I’m so happy and I can’t thank u all enough for all your help.
Had my assessment with Avril. Such a nice lady. I am going to use her as a part of my support group.
Thank you so much Katie! All sorted now. So begins the first day of the rest of my life!
Dear Dr webberley, Katie and Avril. I just wanted to write a few lines to thank you all so much. I’m on my second week of treatment with the patches and I can honestly say I have never been happier. Thank you all for the friendly , affordable and professional service you offering. I’m so glad I found you and look forward to moving forward with your help and guidance. Many thanks once again. Yours Nikki
Can I thank both Dr Webberley and you. It is great to be on my journey at long last to being the woman I should be. You cannot believe how glad I am. Thank you.
Avril was lovely and got on well. She was very understanding and knew quite a bit about the gender clinic system.
I had my first session with Avril today and, despite all of my nerves, I had a wonderful time talking with her. It is the first time ever that I have been able to talk as my female side and share her thoughts and the fact that it was with someone who was able to listen and give such helpful comments and suggestions was fabulous. It has confirmed to me what I already knew deep down in that I am on the gender dysphoria spectrum and I now have to plan my route ahead with the guidance and support of both yourself and Avril.

Dear Avril

I would just like to thank you for the conversation we had yesterday. It was not easy for me to fully open up to someone, particularly via the telephone, but the experience was really positive and uplifting. I felt so much better after speaking with you and this was important because I had a very upsetting experience when I saw my GP last week.

Your advice was remarkably clear and precise. You were also amazingly understanding and supportive.

I can see a much clearer path ahead of me now and feel able to take the next few steps with increased confidence.

Regards

Samantha

 

Online Transgender Clinic

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  • NHS GP specialising in gender dysphoria
  • Receive help while you wait for the Gender Identity Clinic
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I know you will want to check that I am a real doctor, so this video shows you how to check me out. My GMC number is 3657058. Click the corner button to watch it in full screen.

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

‘I just wanted to say thank you for reading my journey. I feel that a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders. Already, I feel so much happier just through the process of sharing and feeling that there is somebody out there who cares, doesn’t judge, mock or ridicule and genuinely wants to help.’
2 months on hormones already I can’t believe it. Over the past month I have had periods of lethargy and nausea also pretty emotional at times. Physical changes hair, skin, body smell all are different, hips and bum look slightly different also, my face has rounded and looks softer and more feminine and my breasts are raised and lumpy and are sore, my aerola are larger. My genitals have shrunk and I have stopped having erections. I am very happy with the progress so far. I am feeling so much happier now my body is changing.
Hi Dr Webberley and Katie thank you for messages and prescription. I applied the seventh patch yesterday and this already feels like good medicine and making me feel better already. I know it’s only been three weeks and I did lose the third patch the morning after I applied it but the others have remained stuck and seem to be working. It’s like the lights have suddenly switched on after a long battle with stress and depression. I haven’t felt like this since I was sixteen just before the other puberty was taking me in the wrong direction. I haven’t notice any physical changes yet, all I know is how I feel, which is great. Thank you very much, this really is a life saver and all the psychiatric medication over the years did not work for me to make better but worse, ruining my health. I had lost my way and was disillusioned but now I feel like myself. Thank you, best wishes,
Been on the medication for 3 weeks now, have to say I feel wonderful. Don’t think I have ever been this calm and happy.
The service was so quick, I received the medication today, thank you.
Thank you for you help so far. It is such a relief having someone to talk to. I have spent today shopping for clothes for my real life experience. Feel relieved that I have admitted that I should be female
no side effect for the hormones apart from feeling wonderful and can start to see and feel breast development
Since I started the hrt I just kept feeling better all the time. I’ve adjusted my diet to reduce blood clotting with higher blood thinning foods, though it’s the hrt that’s making me feel like I am back in balance with my hormones. I always felt that being trans was a biochemical thing and not just a psychological cosmetic thing, though the physical image of oneself is important too. My shape has not changed yet but my skin and hair is starting to undergo change quite noticeably. My anti-androgen prescription is about to run out so I could do with a bit of advice with it. I’ve been taking the Avodart for a year though it’s the hrt that’s made the almost immediate difference , it’s awakened me to the light of day. Thanks very much for a wonderful service
So far i’m happy to report no side effects and my diabetes and migraines have not changed. My wife and I had along weekend away with friends, she said it was the first time i have really laughed in years. I feel so much calmer now and finally learning to like myself. My wife has now seen me dressed, this was the most nerve racking experience and it felt very strange. The only regret i have is not doing this earlier, although Doctors like yourself were not around. You have helped me feel so much better and feel there is a way ahead for me now.
I know it’s a long road but I can’t believe how far I’ve come in four weeks. When I look in the mirror I no longer see Chris trying to get out or me trying to hide him I just see me. Thank you for all your help and support in helping me become me.

 

In relation to treatment – all is going well! Initially I had dizziness and headaches – also strangely very sensitive teeth for a few days! Everything has settled down now and I feel more balanced and calm. I am happier and am finding I am able to concentrate more – especially at work. Perhaps this is due to a lot of the stresses and worry being alleviated? But all in all it is going well.

 

since I started the HRT I just keep improving all the time. Enough energy to start jogging again, less prone to fatigue, brain fog/depression and generally just feeling better all round.

 

Just to say still feeling fantastic, calm and happy. Living full time as female for a while now and life is good
The hormone therapy is going well so far, I have not experienced any noticeable side effects, I am feeling better in myself and beginning to see some positive physical changes.
I have noticed changes in body shape, some scalp hair has started growing back and my wife has noticed my skin is softer. I’m feeling allot calmer in myself and have not experienced any pain apart from around my nipple area. I have some breast development to the point its noticeable from the side. As a whole I feel good, still along journey ahead but feel more positive about life now.
I can feel the difference after 3 months on HRT. I am more confident, calm and assured that all will be ok. My body odor is less intense and more flower like. Hairs on my legs, hands and chest slowed down and now are less noticeable, thinner and shorter. Fat started to redistribute to female body shape. The psychological effect of HRT is interesting thing as previously I felt anxious, tired, sometimes aggressive and stressed like something was not right and missing. Now I feel much better and more happier avoiding conflicts, and also became more spiritually aware. I think that my eye sight and hearing a little. Hearing is more sensitive to loud voices and some high pitch noises. Eye sight have a little wider angle and is more sensitive to bright colors like white while having better focus on the objects. I had some small bold area on scalp and now it’s gone covered by air. All together is really strange feeling like nothing else in a positive way. The effect of hormones in my case seems to be extremely fast. I am curious what’s gonna happened in a few month time.
Hi Dr Webberley, A long road ahead though but the right road and with the right people helping and advising me. I’m feeling great and calm in the mind. Cant thank you enough. Regards.

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

Real Doctor

V

I feel so so very truly lucky to have found Dr Webberley’s practice for transgender people like me. Here’s why. If you’ve endured the horrors of a life of Gender Dysphoria like me, you should receive treatment when you reach out and ask for it. End of. Not 1 year or 3 years from now! Today. And if you’re already transitioning, you absolutely should have the NHS helping you. Waiting lists and funding cuts do not help. Being in the wrong body where everyone interacts with you as if you’re someone you’re not is an identity nightmare without relief unless we get medical help. This is why 1/3 of us have committed suicide and over 50% have attempted it at least once. Getting treatment is a no brainer health-wise but is just is nowhere near fast enough. And unregulated drugs taken without medical supervision can just plain get you killed especially if you’re in anything less than ideal physical condition or over 40 like I am. NHS waiting lists are often so long that months & maybe years stand between you and mental peace through treatment, typically through a hormone regime. All you need is to be assessed right? And get on with it!!! In a 2013 report the Royal College of Psychiatry agrees that GP’s “should” follow a path of “do the least harm” & provide “bridging” prescriptions but again for whatever reason this doesn’t seem to happen most of the time. This is where Dr. Webberley came in. I somehow found her and she guided me through the process, whether it was counseling, support, blood tests to where my situation was determined to be suitable for hormone treatment. The Dr follows Wpath standards of care, from the World Professional Association for Transgender Health, which is the standard all the Gender Identity Clinics follow as well. I can’t tell you this difference it makes. Plus I’m also on the NHS pathway and availing myself of the service doesn’t interfere with eventually being 100% on the NHS, which is so important. In terms of cost, as of this testimonial the service is definitely cheaper than ordering from one of the known trans pharmacies … and it’s faster!!! No waiting 3 to 4 weeks for customs officials either. All I can say is send the Dr an email.

Paula

I can’t praise Dr Webberley highly enough, I’ve known I should have been a girl from a very early age and would go to bed every night, usually having borrowed a pair of pants and a nightie from my sister praying I’d wake up without the unsightly growth in my knickers and not realising why it was there. These feelings never went away and until recently, I didn’t know which way to turn. I found Dr Webberley by chance after looking online for someone who could help me – and I’m so glad I did, Dr Webberley was extremely helpful and advised me very quickly that she could help me and gave me some information to read about her service as well as some literature regarding transgender treatment and hormone therapy, as this was my preferred route. She’s an extremely caring lady and I can’t praise her highly enough – She’s always very knowledgeable and has given me advice since starting my treatment when I’ve had any questions I’m noticing some changes to my body already and feel more like the ‘me’ I should be. If you’re reading this and wondering what to do I would definitely recommend contacting Dr Webberley 7/7/2015

Gwen

I was so please to find Dr Webberley on line MyWebDoctor she is everything she says she is also give me the confidence that Dr Webberley really can help and really does care about me transgender and provides the treatment outside of the NHS route and if there is others like me she is the one to talk to Dr Webberley she make it possible in this world today Regards Gwen 8/7/2015

Lisa

I am very thankful that I got the opportunity to find Dr Webberley. It has been years that I wanted to find some kind of motivation to awake my female side, without getting into a complete transformation. I look for different providers and they were all without any responsibility or support and guidance, they all leave you entirely up to you to take their products not even really informing or testing for what should be convenient for you, besides of being very expensive you feel like they are just making business out of you. When I contact Dr Webberley she was very understanding to my personal needs and didn’t propose any treatment before a complete medical checking. Also she fully informed me of what I was about to do. I find Dr Webberley very professional and open to understand my needs, I totally trust her. Thanks Dr. Webberley

Jessi Ora

I found Dr Webberleys service on a Transgender website and I am so glad I did! I was scared to talk to my own GP about my desire to become a woman. I wasn’t prepared to go to a private clinic in case I was found out and my most secret details become public knowledge. Since our first contact Dr Webberley has made my feel very comfortable. I like that we communicate via email instead of face to face. I would definitely recommend this service to anyone else who might need it. I wish there had been something like it 10 years ago. Although there is no major loss to waiting until now as at least Dr Webberley can help me to become the real me. Best wishes, Jessie Ora 9/7/2015

Susan Snoad

I am a transwoman and after initially seeing my GP, I found my self worrying about how I would have to wait for over a year for my GIC appointment. I wanted to prevent further changes due to testosterone, including the loss of my hair. After a long time looking for faster routes, I began to lose hope and reached the end of my tether but managed to stumble across My Web Doctor. I sent a email message and was shocked to recieve not only a reply, but actual prescriptions for the medications that I needed. To this day I don’t know where I would be if it hadden’t been for Dr Webberley’s amazing online serve. I have recommended it already to all of my transgender friends who reside in the UK. 8/7/2015

Marsha

Thank you Dr Webberley for your understanding and kind words, always just a call away and ready to help and advise I have been very lucky to have found you and your service,many hugs Marsha xx 🙂 8/7/2015

Dani Cali

Dr Webberly and her staff have been professional, helpful and courteous throughout. From my first nervous email to my first prescription, every question I had was answered in a way that completely allayed any fears or doubts I had about using an online GP. The end result being that I have considerably shortened the long process of transition from male to female and done so in a way that doesn’t risk my health. Dr Webberly is obviously aware of the pain and anguish long NHS waiting lists can cause for Trans people already dealing with the horrors of dysphoria and provides a caring, safe and professional alternative to the self-med option a lot of us are forced to consider. I highly recommend her service to anyone on the transition pathway. 10/7/2015

LW

Hello, I have been struggling with gender identify issues from 8 years old. I tried to hide and mask these feelings for the next 35 years hoping they would disappear. It never happened. I had to be honest with myself after all these years fighting. I started seeing a local therapist and knew I had to transition but how? Go down the NHS route or go private. One takes for ever the other can be expensive. I then found Online Gp services run by Dr Helen Webberley and was amazed to find that Dr Webberley also runs an online transgender clinic offering help, support and medication to trans men and women. Could I get the help I needed quickly and from a Doctor Who has experience in dealing with transgender issues. I took the plunge and sent Dr Webberley an email. Within a short period of time I had a reply, “I can help you ” We then exchanged various emails with regards to my medical history and my transgender issues. I was also sent detailed information on cross sex hormone therapy and given a full explanation on what you can expect to happen to your body if you decide to go ahead with the treatment. I then had a telephone consultation with Dr Webberley where I confirmed I wanted to go ahead with the treatment. Dr Webberley then arranged for me to have a full trans women blood test this is done through a private medical clinic. I am now awaiting my blood test results and will hopefully be starting treatment very soon. I say if you are struggling with gender issues and want a caring, high quality efficient medical service with a Dr that is experienced in dealing with trans issues, I would highly recommend you make contact with Dr Webberley at Online Transgender clinic and get the help you need from a Dr who cares about you as an individual and will show you empathy and respect and total confidentiality when using the service. Please talk to Dr Webberley today she can help you in making you the person you have so long wanted to be. Thank you.

Alicia

I am a 28years old male and I have been waiting for such online GP services for many years but I was genuinely surprised at how professional and caring an online doctor could be. Two months ago, after exchanging few mails, we had a constructive phone conversation where she asked me about my history and the reason of my transition. She not only provided me with a careful explanation on the eventual risks involved but also listened with care on my personal need to be complete within myself. I am now a transwoman for two months and I strongly believe that with Dr Webberley’s help I will be able to become who I am really meant to be. Meeting Dr Webberley is definitely a turning point in changing my life and I haven’t been happier since I have started my mtf Hormone replacement therapy. Thank you doctor:)

Michelle

After years of struggling with my identity and talking to my GP I found that even a referral to a GIC would mean a wait of over a year. Doing a lot of research led me here. I was of course nervous but found Dr Webberley to be understating, easy to talk to and above all patient. With her help I can at last start to live as the real me. I’d happily recommend her to others in my situation.

Renee

I started searching the Internet for some help regarding my gender change after being let down by the NHS Clinic I was originally referred to. I couldn’t believe my luck when I found Dr. Helen Webberley’s website. The service that has been provided has been nothing short of exceptional. Although the service is provided over the Internet using a combination of the secure MyWebDoctor site and Skype/Telephone calls, it still maintains a real Doctor/Patient relationship without all the fuss and expense of travelling to a distant clinic. All prescriptions and medicines are also done over the internet and delivered to my door. I really feel I am getting somewhere after more than 2 years of frustration. This service has been a real life saver for me Renèe

Gerrie

I can’t believe it. Dr webbererley has helped me so much. From sending my first email. And she replied almost straight away .talking me through the treatment .so thoughtful I can’t thank her and her team enough. Thank you gerrie

Amber

I want out on my own for the first time on Saturday fully dressed with a wig and my skirt etc. Was nerve racking not having someone with me but I managed it. So getting there. Got my ears pierced and ordered my new glasses as others too masculine. So slowly everything is falling into place. I’ve also found a product that may help other males transitioning with the dreaded beard shadow. It’s double coverage by estee lauder and is in boots. Works better than my Benefit one as is liquid so doesn’t cake when layering and lasts up to 15hrs. Going to switch to their foundation as its matte so no need for powder and make up fixer as lasts for 15 hrs.

Robyn

I found Dr Webberley’s website after some research on transgender forums. I’ve been making steps to transition since opening up to my therapist in April. When my initial referral for Charing Cross came back and mentioned a 13 month waiting list I wasn’t surprised, but it made up my mind to look at private care to bridge the gap to my first NHS GIC appointment. Dr Webberley and her team are professional, attentive and supportive, providing the relevant information and guidance for each step of the process. Both Dr Webberley and Katie have been fantastic throughout the consultation and the day my prescription came through I was in much happier place. Thank you, Robyn

Betsy

I have come out to all my friends and teachers, colleagues , basically to everybody with the help of FaceBook. The reaction was absolutely amazing, every single person is so supportive it is just amazing. It’s made me realise that I should have done it much earlier and now I feel so silly that I was worried that people would not understand me. I so wasted my time being worried about others would hate me. It is quite the opposite, everybody likes me and proud of me. Isn’t life wonderful ? I am literally over the moon

Sylvia

Since birth I felt there is something different in me, more female like. So I tried to adapt for many years for the role in society. This didn’t work and after long time of struggling with my true identity I realized that’s it, game over, I must do something with it. I regret I didn’t start it earlier as I am 39 years old now and have family and many thoughts about the problem as it is not just as easy as would be 10 or 20 years ago, but never is too late. So, after extensive research and reading stories how people feel after being turned down by NHS and struggling to get HRT from their GPs I started self medicate. I was looking for some time for such GP service online to get support with my GID and fortunately found MyWebDoctor, where Dr Webberley explained everything in a pollute manner and I started to use her services. She was very helpful having responded many times to my messages I sent to her. I had counseling with one of her collegues and found it helpful. However, I am very pleased with Dr Helen’s friendly and professional approach and I can give my sincere recommendation to use her services as she is very helpful providing a lot of medical support we should have from national health services in the first place.

 

 

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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.