Capio Vårdcentral Ringen

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I have a general positive impression of them.
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Excellent is what 5 stars mean.
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Accessibility of waiting area, toilets and reception plus feeling of being welcome to the clinic is what reviewers gave their opinion on.
Quite good is what 4 stars mean.
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Sometimes trans people feel that they would have gotten a better treatment if they would have been cis. How would you describe this visit? Do you feel that the treatment you got was as good as a cis person would have gotten? is what reviewers gave their opinion on.
Excellent is what 5 stars mean.

Anonymous

Trans man

Aug 2018 – This is a review of the whole clinic, since I have a general positive impression of them. I have met nurses, doctors and one psychologist.

The nurses who administer my Testosterone (Nebido injections) have always been respectful and never asked any weird questions (which I have experienced at other clinics). They have also been good at actually administering the shot at the right speed to avoid unnecessary pain which is a technical thing but worth a lot!

The doctors I have met whom I have told about my transition (when asked about current medical treatment) have noted it, but not made a deal out of it in any way.

The psychologist that I met asked whether I thought that the issue I was coming to her for (anxiety) was related to the fact that I am trans, which is a reasonable question, and when she was told that I did not think so she did not bring it up again in any way.

It's hard for me to rate the clinics trans awareness since none of them have actually spoken to me about trans issues - I think not bringing it up when it's not applicable is in itself is a type of trans awareness, but since I have not gone to them for issues specifically related to, for example, hormones, referrals to a gender clinic or trans-related surgery issues it's hard to comment on awareness from that perspective.

The last time I was at Anova, however, I was told that staff from Anova have actually visited and done some work with this particular clinic so they should have awareness of trans stuff!

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