The gender dysphoria test is formulated to screen your symptoms for gender dysphoria disorder as given in DSM 5. Manual of mental health professionals. This test is for self-assessment and cannot be used for diagnosis of the condition.
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What is Gender Dysphoria?
Gender dysphoria is a condition recognized by DSM 5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders). In Gender Dysphoria, a person shows a strong desire to be of the opposite gender.
Gender dysphoria involves a conflict between a person's physical or assigned gender and the gender with which they identify. People with gender dysphoria may be very uncomfortable with the gender they were assigned, sometimes described as being uncomfortable with their body (particularly developments during puberty) or being uncomfortable with the expected roles of their assigned gender.
People with gender dysphoria may often experience significant distress and/or problems functioning associated with this conflict between the way they feel and think of themselves (referred to as experienced or expressed gender) and their physical or assigned gender.
Description of the Test
Gender dysphoria test was developed to screen on the basis of DSM 5 criteria for gender dysphoria, as well as the clinical interviews conducted by mental health professionals. This is a 2-3-minute brief test and highly recommended for self-assessment.
This test cannot be used for formal diagnosis and is not suitable for professional practice. This test will help the individual to screen their symptoms for the gender dysphoria disorder and will suggest to seek further help if required.