A state of distress, discomfort, frustration about the future, and experiences associated with the discrepancy between their biological sex and their social gender, can lead to psychological gender dysphoria disorder (until 1994 - gender identity disorder by the American Psychological Association classification).
Most often, transgender people who have made a gender reassignment in adulthood experience this disorder.
Gender Dysphoria Symptoms
The main difference between gender dysphoria and gender nonconformity (which is not a psychological disorder) is the presence of a clinically significant level of distress caused by the discrepancy between the physical body with the desired gender.
The most important factors for the development of gender dysphoria are constant feelings of loneliness, isolation, rejection by family and environment, social discrimination.
Please be skeptical about the test results and in no case take them as medical recommendations or advice of any other kind. This Gender Dysphoria Test is not a medical diagnostic tool and is intended for educational purposes only.
Family or friends pressure me for my behavior and style of clothing to match my gender assigned at birth.
I feel unhappy and I cry a lot.
I find it harder to control my emotions than I did before.