Leeds GIC

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Re: Leeds GIC

Postby Claire Yorks » Wed Aug 12, 2015 10:50 pm

How long were you at Leeds from the first assesment appointment to your current status of being 5 weeks post op? Now you are post op are they going to discharge you?


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Re: Leeds GIC

Postby gmbuspunk » Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:12 pm

I don’t really know what to say please bear in mind I write very badly I have adhd and autism I came out as asexual in August this year and as gender fluid non binary in October anyway I went to my local trans meeting met a loverly person who asked me about gender clinics and asked have I been referred to one I said I was seeing my doctor this Friday to ask for referral but I’m nervous as when I came out as asexual I never told my doctor just my nurse practitioner who has now left anyway I was advised to go to the clinic with the less waiting list so I’m gonna ask to do this can everyone please send me good vibes when I see my doctor

Abit about me I had a tuff time at school I came out as gay to test the water I was at a unit witch was 99% male bear in mind there was only 6 of us there I always to wear makeup and do Beauty therapy but always presented as masc like my gender assignment at birth and for the fear of bullying but now I’m 24 I’m glad I came out as asexual and trans just nervous of what my doctor will say as I didn’t come out earlier but it took me a while to feel truly comfortable with myself I have known a long time and especially felt it when I was 13 but then I also have hobbies like football and rugby even though I feel feminine many thanks for listening and sorry if I have been to straight to the point

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Re: Leeds GIC

Postby Steffi » Tue Dec 18, 2018 9:58 pm


It's a difficult time, when you first start dealing with your transness.
The better one had succeeded in hiding it and perhaps became good at male activities (e.g. rugby) the more people doubt when one does finally come out.

The waiting times at all the Gender Identity Clinics (GIC's) are very long.
Good luck with talking to your doctor :-)
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Re: Leeds GIC

Postby gmbuspunk » Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:15 pm

Thanks for the good vibes I don’t actually play rugby/football just a fan of it :) really appreciate the good luck thoughts is there a good way to approach it with the doctor or shall I just tell him as quickly as possible yeah gather I’ll be waiting about 2 years I’m based in Manchester

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