Have your say Get Involved. Depression Some of our Nurses have received special training to help them support and monitor people with depression. Referral can be made for dietary advice and annual eye screening with local specially qualified opticians. In the Leg Ulcer Clinic district nurses will carry out Doppler ultrasound tests to see what type of ulcer you have so that you can receive the most appropriate treatment.
People at high risk. GDCs have a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, who offer ongoing assessments, treatments, support and advice, including: psychological support, such as counselling cross-sex hormone therapy speech and language therapy voice therapy to help you sound more typical of your gender identity For some people, support and advice from the clinic are all they need to feel comfortable with their gender identity.
In the Leg Ulcer Clinic district nurses will carry out Doppler ultrasound tests to see what type of ulcer you have so that you can receive the most appropriate treatment. Gamete storage is sometimes available on the NHS. They help those who are experiencing difficulties in the development of their gender identity, and their families.
If you self-refer you will be asked a series of questions to tell them about your problem. Self-isolation and treatment if you have coronavirus symptoms. Enter all or part of your postcode in the box below and click one of the buttons to find those services that are local to you.
In addition to you having socially transitioned to your preferred gender identity for at least a year before a referral is made for gender surgery, it is also advisable to: not smoke lose weight if you are overweight BMI of 25 or over have taken cross-sex hormones for some surgical procedures It's also important that any long-term conditions, such as diabetes or high blood pressure are well controlled.
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Some of our Nurses have received special training to help them support and monitor people with depression. Full details will be available once each service is opened. Contact Us.