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Whistleblower says ‘Doctors are acting like they’re God’ as kids regret gender alteration

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A former employee of a children’s gender clinic blew the whistle on the show Dr. Phil, claiming she witnessed regretful patients asking to have body parts restored after surgery and saw significant medical harms from rushed treatments.

She said most young patients were prescribed hormones with irreversible effects after only a brief visit, and questioned whether children can truly consent to life-altering medical transitions.

Dr. Phil asked the whistleblower what changed her mind.

The whistleblower argued “rapid-onset gender dysphoria” has become more common among young teenage girls influenced by social media.

“A number of things,” the whistleblower said. “We started to see patients who were experiencing very significant medical harms being rushed to the emergency room with lacerations requiring stitches. We had patients contact us who were begging to have body parts put back on within months of having surgeries.”

She added, “The thing that kept happening is every time I would raise concerns and ask about the protocols and ask about the guidelines – this is just how the industry works, if a child says they’re trans there’s no questioning it. We just say, ‘Yep, you’re trans, what would you like?’”

“You’re telling me that a 12 or 13-year-old, who can’t decide which pajamas to wear, can come in and say, ‘I’ve decided that I want to transition,’ and with no more than a couple of hours or two visits – not even a couple of hours, two visits – they say ‘Okay, start taking this, start doing this,’ which alters their biochemistry in a way that you can’t come back from?” Dr. Phil asked.

“Correct,” the whistleblower said.

“They would come in, and they would almost have the exact same storyline, too, like they learned what to say from a video to explain, ‘Oh, no, really, I’ve felt this way from early childhood,’ but a lot of their parents couldn’t remember anything like that,” she said.

“There were very few written protocols or guidelines, one of the providers even said we were flying the plane as we built it. Doctors are acting like they’re God when it comes to medically transitioning children,” the whistleblower said.

“I saw a young person who was begging to have their breasts put back on after having surgery, we were encouraged not to make a big deal out of it and definitely not to tell other families. I couldn’t continue to be silent on it,” she added.

Multiple investigations have since been launched into the clinic’s protocols for transitioning minors, and the clinic will no longer provide certain treatments to minors due to a new state law, though exempting some existing patients.

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