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Synonyms for dysphoria

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abnormal depression and discontent

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2010) ("The appellate courts that have considered the issue have uniformly recognized gender dysphoria as a serious medical condition.").
Based on these concerns, the hypothesis addresses only the dimension of social desirability because no results are available concerning the social judgment of dysphoria in the social utility dimension.
The military has also repeatedly argued that it does not have the medical expertise to provide treatment for gender dysphoria.
These are: focus on pathology on nonconformity to assigned birth sex in disregard to the definition of mental disorder, issue of clarity on gender dysphoria, issues related to gender-conversion therapies, the misleading title of \'gender identity disorder,\' maligning terminologies, false positive diagnosis of those who are no longer gender dysphoric, its placement in the class of sexual disorders etc.3 Proposed categories so far are: Gender Dysphoria in Children, Gender Dysphoria in Adolescents or Adults and Unspecified Gender Dysphoria.4 Coming back to the issue, it has been suggested that Gender Dysphoria appears to be a consequence of sex atypical cerebral differentiation.
Gender dysphoria ceases when the person undergoes surgery for the condition.
Nicholas has gender dysphoria, a condition in which a person feels trapped in a body of the wrong sex.
The rare condition, known as gender dysphoria relates to people who psychologically feel they are male or female, but do not have the external sexual body characteristics to go with it.
The Boy Who Was Born A Girl Channel 4, Friday, 8pm The true tale of teenager Jon, who was born with gender dysphoria, as he embarks on the transition into the man he has always felt he is.
The legislation brings people in Wales suffering with gender dysphoria, defined as the desire to live and be accepted as a member of the opposite sex, in line with their counterparts in the rest of the UK.
He exhibits what psychologists call gender dysphoria. This stresses out his parents; it is not easy to have a child who challenges social norms, especially norms about gender.
The medical condition dysphoria is a commonly known as what?
Question 4: What is gender dysphoria, and how is it treated?
Deena Todd, from Yeovil, Somerset, now wants to raise awareness about Breastfeeding Dysphoria after her symptoms were initially dismissed as Post Natal Depression.