dysphoria


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dysphoria

[dis′fȯr·ē·ə]
(medicine)
The condition of not feeling well or of being ill at ease.
Morbid impatience and restlessness, anxiety, or fidgetiness.
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Research shows that transgender people often suffer from mental health conditions, it's unclear whether those stem from external factors such as discrimination and bullying, or internal factors such as gender dysphoria.
Studies suggest that, as gender dysphoria decreases, sexual desires may increase; this is true for all adolescents but of particular interest with TGNC youth.
Respondents reported delaying or avoiding care because they "felt uncomfortable with the extremely gendered experience of [gynecologic] care," "fear of mistreatment," and "my dysphoria prevented me.
A 36-year-old transgender man considering the possibility of having his own biological children presents to the gynecology office to discuss hysterectomy as gender dysphoria treatment as well as his fertility preservation options.
Shane Neilson uses his background as a physician and his interest in old medical writings to inspire his darkly probing poetry collection Dysphoria.
There are persisters, desisters, and those who first develop gender dysphoria in adolescence and adulthood," he said.
While there are plenty of excellent (and not-so-excellent) books and other resources to help Christians think through issues of sexuality and sexual orientation, gender dysphoria has received far less attention.
While gender dysphoria is not a mental illness, it presents a whole manner of related identity issues.
com/chelsea-manning-get-gender-transition-surgery-army-oks-procedure-gender-dysphoria-2415585) approved the plan for Manning to receive surgery for gender dysphoria on the recommendation of a psychologist, a move that was hailed by Manning and transgender activists.
While gender dysphoria is not a mental illness, it presents a whole manner of identity issues, and for some it can lead to distress, suicidal desires, and frightened and desperate parents.
The child is the youngest Australian on record to change their gender, while hundreds of other children and their parents have sought advice from the gender dysphoria unit.