Gender Dysphoria Test – Am I Transgender?

gender dysphoria test
gender dysphoria test

This gender dysphoria test is a preliminary self-assessment tool. Use your test results to identify whether you to apply to a medical professional for further evaluation of your condition with regard to gender identity disorder. Gender dysphoria (also called gender identity disorder) is a mental condition, which involves a psychological distress about the assigned gender.

Instructions: Please, read the statements listed below. Answer each item that you believe accurately describes your condition or indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the statement
I like to behave in the way, the opposite sex do

I would love to be treated as the opposite gender

I have the typical feelings of the opposite sex

My way of thinking resembles the opposite gender

I feel distressed when I have to use my assigned gender public WC

I’m uncomfortable with what I expected to do according to my assigned gender

I would love wearing the opposite sex’s clothes

I feel unhappy with my biological sex

I dislike my physical genitals

I plan to have a sex-change surgery

This online self-test is based on the diagnostic criteria for gender identity disorder. Since the test is an initial evaluation scale, it’s not designed to make a diagnosis, but only could guide whether you need further examination. If your test score indicates that, you have gender dysphoria, but your further examination, which is conducted by a medical professional, does not reveal any, the test was mistaken in your case and provided a false positive result.
The basic core of gender dysphoria is an internal psychological conflict between a person's physical or assigned gender and the gender with which he or she identifies himself or herself. This gender conflict affects people in various ways. It can change the way a person wants to express his or her gender. It influences the affected people behavior, the way they dress and their perception of self-image. They may cross-dress, or want a social transition, and some may seek a medically provided physical transition with sex-change surgery or hormone treatment. Testing yourself is the first step to finding the way of a solution to your problem.