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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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Some people presenting with gender dysphoria may bring serious personality disorders and other psychiatric problems to the situation, and these other issues may complicate the problems encountered in the process of gender transition.
Most commonly, gynecologic visits and genital examination can severely exacerbate these patients' gender dysphoria.
12) There is no guidance on whether the eating disorder or gender dysphoria should take priority over the other, or if it is possible to treat both conditions at the same time.
Stories of real people dealing with gender dysphoria in the context of their Christian faith and faith communities put an important face on the issue, and give life to the theories.
According to the lawyer, the new Medical Liability Law, which was ratified just weeks ago, allows gender operations, including treatment for gender dysphoria in transgender people.
Gender dysphoria in children and suppression of debate.
This matters not just because it affects the rare individuals diagnosed with gender dysphoria, but for a far more significant reason: The mainstreaming of the MUSS-agenda mental disorders--telling everyone, including children, "Your 'gender' can be whatever you want it to be"--is based upon its unproven theories.
Manning in July tried to commit suicide over what her representatives said was the government's denial of appropriate treatment for her gender dysphoria, a condition in which a person feels their physical gender is the opposite of the one he or she identifies with.
The 28-year-old was last year approved for hormone therapy after being diagnosed with gender dysphoria -- the sense of physically being the wrong gender.
4 million for the expansion of gender dysphoria health services.
The lawsuit charges that the exclusion of such surgery for people suffering from gender dysphoria exemplifies discrimination, particularly given that such procedures are covered by the federal Medicare program as well as private insurance plans regulated by the state of Minnesota.

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