Can gender dysphoria go away after puberty?
Gender dysphoria that starts in childhood and worsens with the start of puberty rarely goes away. For children who have gender dysphoria, suppressing puberty might: Improve mental well-being. Reduce depression and anxiety.
At what age can signs of gender dysphoria start showing?
Gender dysphoria can start at a young age—as early as three years old, Newton said, with a peak around puberty as secondary sex characteristics develop. But not everybody who fits the diagnostic criteria for gender dysphoria will have the experience so early in life.
Can an 11 year old have gender dysphoria?
Not all gender-diverse children have gender dysphoria.
But some children do experience gender dysphoria, especially if they experience bullying, stigma or discrimination at school or other places.
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