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Children as young as 11 who want to change sex are being offered treatment that could leave them infertile says psychologist who warns schools are rushing to back pupils' transgender claims too quickly
- Dr Bernadette Wren said 'grave choices' had to be considered before treatment
- She said schools were rushing to change names and uniforms too quickly
- Figures last year showed 50 children a week being referred to gender specialists
A psychologist at the Gender Identity Development Service has warned that medical treatments for children who want to change sex could leave them infertile.
Bernadette Wren said clinicians needed to consider 'grave choices' such as fertility and delayed puberty before giving treatment to transgender children.
The clinical psychologist also said schools were rushing to treat children as a member of the opposite sex from the moment they heard a 'whisper' that they might be questioning their identity.
It comes as children as young as 11 are receiving hormone treatment to suppress puberty, according to The Sunday Times.
Figures revealed in October last year showed that children as young as four were among the 50 children a week being referred to gender reassignment specialists.
Dr Wren, a consultant psychologist at GIDS, part of the Tavistock and Portland Trust in London, said there were 'difficult treatment choices' to be made.
She said: 'You could be the most transgender friendly service in the world and you would still have to consider some very, very grave issues.
'They can consider the loss of their ability to have genetic children. This is becoming a big issue for us. For natal males — their capacity to produce sperm is more fragile in the face of these treatments.'
It was also revealed that one in ten of the children referred to their clinics have ended up changing their minds and dropping out of the programme.
Dr Wren said that schools were rushing to change pupils' uniforms, names and toilets as soon as pupils started questioning their identity.
At least 150 schools across the country have already adopted gender neutral uniform policies, with top private school Highgate School in North London among those to allow boys to wear skirts.
Priory School in Lewes, East Sussex, banned girls from wearing skirts in order to accommodate the growing number of transgender pupils.
The GIDS was founded in 1989 and offers counselling to children as young as three.