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Lachlan Angus, Shalem Leemaqz, Olivia Ooi, Pauline Cundill, Nicholas Silberstein, Peter Locke, Jeffrey D Zajac, and Ada S Cheung

oestradiol alone. Methods A retrospective audit of de-identified electronic medical records was performed of new consultations for gender dysphoria across two gender clinics in Melbourne, Australia: (a) Equinox Gender Diverse Clinic, an adult primary

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Dorte Glintborg, Katrine Hass Rubin, Simon Bang Mohr Kristensen, Øjvind Lidegaard, Guy T’Sjoen, Aisa Burgwal, Malene Hilden, and Marianne Skovsager Andersen

immigration rate to Denmark for persons with gender dysphoria. Foreign background was negatively associated with SES and mental health in transgender study populations ( 11 , 12 ). In addition, immigrants could have a higher rate of unemployment due to

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Miranda Scharff, Chantal Maria Wiepjes, Maartje Klaver, Thomas Schreiner, Guy T’Sjoen, and Martin den Heijer

Introduction According to the DSM criteria, gender dysphoria (GD) is defined as the incongruence between a person’s assigned sex at birth and the experienced gender ( 1 ). GD often has a strong impact on the person’s psychological wellbeing

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Sneha Arya, Sandeep Kumar, Anurag R Lila, Vijaya Sarathi, Saba Samad Memon, Rohit Barnabas, Hemangini Thakkar, Virendra A Patil, Nalini S Shah, and Tushar R Bandgar

after weighing the adequacy of residual gonadal function to preserve fertility and avoid the need for hormone replacement and the potential for gender dysphoria against the risk of production of opposite sex hormones and missing the early diagnosis of