K: Woah! Well done ;3
K: Your questions are definitely not silly, I had a hard time understanding the whole process, too. It completely depends on whether you are based in the UK, or elsewhere.
For the UK, you have two options; to go privately or through the NHS. I’m unclear on the NHS route exactly so you are best to speak with your GP about it. Your first step would be to speak with your GP about how you are feeling (in regards to your gender identity) and then they refer you on.
With going privately, it can cost up to £400. The two private doctors I know of is either Dr. Lorimer or Dr Richard Curtis and they are based in London. You can find further info on their websites here and here. I went the private route via Dr. Lorimer. You have an appointment with him and Dr Seal (two separate appts) and once you get the all clear (mentally and physically) you then get a prescription for T. You can then either buy your prescriptions or get them transferred onto the NHS for your GP to prescribe it (this is what I did).
(Side note: some people require more than two appts so budget for this)
I hope you found this of some help! I apologise if you are not in the UK, I only understand the routes over here.
K: Thank you! That’s awesome to hear, I’m glad this blog has helped you :)