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Another transitioning woman sues doctors for ‘medical negligence’

Another transitioning woman is suing the doctors who facilitated her attempted gender transition when she was a vulnerable teenager, she accused them of medical malpractice and using “unfair and deceptive business practices”, causing her years of both physical and psychological pain.

Prisha Mosley says she suffered from severe mental and emotional health issues as a child and teenager. His home life was troubled because of an alcoholic mother, he told The Daily Signal, and he struggled to make his own problems felt. She developed anorexia and, while searching for information online, moved from pro-anorexia groups to pro-transgender groups very easily.

she he convinced himself that he was a child

According to her lawsuit, she sought the help of Shana Gordon, a licensed counselor in North Carolina who worked for Tree of Life Counseling, who did not respond to repeated requests for comment from The Daily Signal. Gordon pushed her into transitioning, Mosley’s lawsuit says.

He also sought the attorney for Brie Klein-Fowler of North Carolina-based Family Solutions PLLC, who is also named in the lawsuit. Klein-Fowler did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Thus, Mosley began testosterone treatment and finally underwent a double mastectomy. Her lawsuit names Dr. Eric T. Emerson as the plastic surgeon who removed her breasts. He did not immediately respond to requests for comment from The Daily Signal.

The lawsuit also names Dr. Martha Fairbanks Perry, a physician at Moses Cone Medical Services Inc. in North Carolina. Perry also did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Now, Mosley has realized that “she is not and never was a boy,” according to her suit. She continues experience painsuffering and emotional distress “as a result of living in a body that has not developed as it should.”

He once liked to sing; now, she can’t. You will never be able to breastfeed a child.

Her lawsuit notes that her “shoulders are too broad and heavy” and that her waist and hips are “too small and narrow.” She now has “unwanted body hair growth”, as opposed to her former natural hair growth. She has vaginal atrophy, her suit says, and may never be able to conceive her own child.

“No amount of money can undo the harm Prisha has suffered at the hands” of her doctors and counselors, her lawsuit says.

According to the demand, the medical professionals who facilitated her attempted transition “withheld information, concealed and misrepresented her physical and psychological condition, and failed to provide her services in accordance with applicable standards of care.”

“Instead of telling Prisha the truth and informing her accurately and completely,” the lawsuit says, “the defendants lied to Prisha. They lied when they told Prisha that he was actually a child; they lied when they told her that injecting testosterone into her body would solve her many profound mental and psychological health problems, and they lied when they told her the nature and effects of “breast reduction” surgery, which was actually surgery to remove her healthy breasts and make her unable to nurse a child…”.

Mosley’s lawyers also accuse medical professionals of lying to him by omission, by “withholding critical information from him about the long-term adverse health consequences and permanent damage these ‘treatments’ would cause him and failing to inform -him of alternative courses of treatment. for his psychological problems and to ensure that he had a clear understanding of these alternatives.”

Mosley shared with The Daily Signal that she was a victim of sexual assault, raped by an adult when she was a young teenager. That assault greatly influenced her ideas about womanhood, femininity, sexuality, and gender.

But this traumatic incident paid very little heed to the “treatment” doctors and counselors provided him, as his suit notes: Instead of providing “competent treatment for his depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, self-harm and emerging borderline personality disorder, convinced her that changing her body to appear like the opposite sex would solve her substantial mental disabilities that had plagued her for years.”

And this “substantially and permanently aggravated Prisha’s physical suffering and mental anguish.”

Mosley joins the detransitionists Chloe ColeLayla Jane and others in suing the medical providers who facilitated their gender transitions.

This is breaking news and may be updated.

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