Studies suggest that a number of children who attended the GIDS clinic later regretted the decision and subsequently wish to de-transition.
If you have concerns about your (or your child’s) clinical experience at GIDS at Tavistock or if you believe you should never have been prescribed hormone treatment in the first place, please get in touch with our lawyers who will be able to help and guide you through the process.
NHS EXPERIMENTING ON THE MENTALLY ILL
Targeting Vulnerable Young Gays, “After 4 appointments persuaded to take irreversible life changing drugs” and a horrifyingly a Double Masectomy!
- TRANS BUTCHERED BY NHS TAVISTOCK CLOSED DOWN
- NHS LEEDS AND YORK PUSHING EXPERIMENTAL DEADLY DRUG TO MENTALLY ILL
- THE TRANS EXPERIMENT BY NHS ENGLAND
- DRUGS THAT CAUSE DEATH AND CANCER IF YOU ARE LUCKY
- NO TRANS OR DOCTORS BEHIND DRUGS BUT INVESTORS
- Thousands of young people were treated by Tavistock centre in north London
- Many of them were prescribed powerful drugs to delay onset of adolescence
- But now the NHS has ordered it to be shut down in the wake of a damning report
– NHS TAVERSTOCK ARGUED IN COURT AND THANKFULLY LOST!!
LEEDS AND YORKSHIRE WEBSITE ADVERTISING EXPERIMENTAL DEADLY DRUG ESTRADIOL
- RISK OF BLOOD CLOTS,
- PULMONARY EMBOLISM,
- PERMANENT LUNG DAMAGE
- BRAIN DAMAGE
- HEART ATTACK
- AND MORE!
RISKS OF ESTRADIOL
Estrace, Estradiol Patch, Climara, Estrogel, Dotti
Risk of blood clots
✓ I know that taking estradiol increases the risk of blood clots that can result in:
o DVT (deep vein thrombosis) and ongoing problems with veins in my legs
o Blood clot in the lungs (pulmonary embolism, PE), which may cause permanent lung damage or death
o Stroke which may cause permanent brain damage or death
o Heart attack
✓ I know that the risk of blood clots is worse if I smoke or use nicotine. I know that the risk will reduce if I stop smoking. If you would like help with stopping smoking, please ask your GP or practice nurse as soon as possible about the services that are available in your area.
✓ I know that the risk of blood clots is worse if I am overweight or obese (BMI 25 or above). Being overweight also increases my risk for diabetes and heart disease.
Risk of cardiovascular disease
✓ I know that if I have high blood pressure and I take estradiol my overall combined risk of heart disease can be higher. However, blood pressure can be controlled by taking regular medication, exercise and changes to diet.
✓ I know that taking estradiol can be associated with some weight gain. I know that if it goes up, I can work with my GP to try to control it with diet and lifestyle changes.
✓ I know that taking estradiol tablets can be associated with a risk of developing gallstones. I know I should talk with my clinician and GP if I get severe, recurrent, or long lasting pain in my abdomen, particularly after eating fatty food.
✓ I know that estradiol can cause nausea and vomiting. I know I should talk with my clinician and GP if I have long-lasting nausea or vomiting.
✓ I know that estradiol can cause or worsen headaches or migraines. I know I should talk with my clinician and GP if I have headaches or migraines often or if the pain is unusually severe, or if I develop unusual symptoms, such as weakness or tingling in other parts of my body. This is particularly important because worsening migraine can be a risk factor for stroke.
✓ I know that rarely, treatment may cause me to produce more of a hormone called prolactin, and this may need to be investigated further. One of the signs of this happening is a milky discharge from my nipples. It is not yet known if taking estradiol increases the risk of prolactinoma (non-cancerous tumour of the pituitary gland). I know they are not life-threatening, and can be controlled by drug therapy.
Risk of cancer
✓ It is not certain the extent to which estradiol treatment increases the risk of breast cancer but I know that the risk of breast cancer isincreased if I have a family history. All people should examine their breasts regularly for changes or early signs of breast cancer. It is important to check with my GP that I am enrolled in the national breast screening programme. If I continue to take estradiol after the age of 70 I should continue to attend breast screening.
✓ I know that there is still a risk that I could develop prostate cancereven when taking estradiol. I understand that the current screening blood test for prostate cancer (PSA) may not be reliable if I am taking estradiol. I know that if I experience any urinary symptoms I will need to remind my GP that I have still have a prostate even if I have had gender reassignment surgery.
ESTRADIOL BOTH THE CAUSE OF PROSTATE CANCER AND CURE ?
Estradiol systemic is used in the treatment of:
- Atrophic Urethritis
- Atrophic Vaginitis
- Breast Cancer, Palliative
- Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy
- Gender Dysphoria
- Postmenopausal Symptoms
- Prevention of Osteoporosis
- Primary Ovarian Failure
- Prostate Cancer
Risks of Testosterone
✓ I know that the side-effects and safety of my treatment are not completely known. There may be long-term risks that are not yet known.
✓ I know that I must not take more testosterone than prescribed, as this will increase health risks and won’t make changes happen any more quickly or profoundly.
Risk of heart disease
There is no evidence for an increased risk of heart disease in trans men from testosterone use. However, testosterone has an impact on risk factors which are associated with a higher risk of heart disease.
✓ I know that testosterone may cause changes that might increase my risk of heart disease. I know that these changes include having:
o Higher blood pressure.
o Increased risk of abdominal (central) obesity.
✓ I know that my risk of heart disease is higher if people in my family have had heart disease, if I am overweight, or if I smoke
✓ I know that I should have checks of my weight and blood pressure, typically every year, for as long as I take testosterone.
✓ I know that I should have my cholesterol level checked before treatment and monitored until my dose is stable, then thereafter as advised by my GP.
✓ I know that testosterone can cause weight gain.
Risk of blood clots
✓ I know testosterone can increase my red blood cell production and this can increase my risk of having a blood clot, stroke or heart attack. I know I need to have blood tests with my GP for a full blood count to look at the haematocrit (proportion of blood cells to plasma) every few months when I first start treatment until my dose is stabilised and then once a year, for as long as I take testosterone.
Risk of cancers
✓ I know that my risk of cancer of the breast is not known with certainty and I may still be at risk of breast cancer after chest surgery. After surgery, I should aim to be “chest aware” (know what my chest looks and feels like) and report any changes to my GP.
✓ I know that there is currently no evidence for an increased risk of endometrial or ovarian cancer (cancer of the uterus or ovaries) with testosterone treatment although a small increased risk cannot be entirely ruled out. You may want to consider having a hysterectomy and oophorectomy (removal of your uterus and ovaries) at some point. If you do not have your uterus and ovaries removed you should report to your GP any symptoms which could suggest a problem with these organs, particularly vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain or abdominal bloating.
✓ I know that it is important for me to have cervical screening in line with national screening guidance
✓ I know taking testosterone can thin the tissue of my cervix and the walls of my vagina. This can lead to tears or abrasions during vaginal sex play. This raises my risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection including HIV. I know that I should speak honestly and openly with my GP or clinician about my sex life, to learn the best ways to prevent and check for infections.
✓ I know that the changes to my body may contribute towards me developing sleep apnoea a disordered breathing pattern overnight. I should report symptoms such as snoring heavily, waking gasping for breath or daytime sleepiness to my GP.
✓ I know that testosterone can increase fluid retention which may make my ankles swell and also increase my blood pressure.
✓ I know that testosterone may alter how my body processes sugar, so contributing towards me being more likely to develop pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes.
✓ I know that testosterone may cause changes to my liver functionand I know that I have to attend for regular blood tests to monitor this. These changes are usually mild and do not mean I have to stop testosterone treatment.
✓ I know that for some people their current gender identity is not permanent. It may be that my gender identity changes in the future and I might not be happy with the permanent changes to my body caused by taking testosterone.
GIDS NHS ADVISED THE MAKING OF MENTAL ILLNESS CAUSED MY GENDER DYSPHORIA
NOTHING TO DO WITH THE MIND ALTERING VACCINES GIVEN TO CHILDREN?
WHATS SORT OF PEOPLE ARE BEHIND THE COMPANIES PRODUCING THESE LIFE CHANGES DRUGS
THEY ARE NOT TRANS OR DOCTORS – SURPRISINGLY
Gerald M. Lieberman is a businessperson who has been at the helm of 7 different companies. Currently, Mr. Lieberman is Independent Chairman at Entera Bio Ltd. and Special Advisor at Reverence Capital Partners LLC.
He is also on the board of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., AllianceBernstein (Luxembourg) SARL (former President & Chief Operating Officer) and AllianceBernstein Corp.