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Gender Identity Disorder - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment


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Peer ostracism and teasing are especially common consequences for boys with the disorder. Many transgender people do not regard their cross-gender feelings and behaviours as a disorder. Girls with gender identity disorder prefer to wear boys' clothes and want to look like a boy. They prefer boys as playmates and often enjoy competitive contact and rough play. Adults with gender identity disorder sometimes live their lives as members. They tend to be uncomfortable living in the world as a member of their own biologic or genetic. A strong and persistent cross-gender identification (not merely a desire for any perceived cultural advantages). Intense desire to participate in the stereotypical games and pastime.

Causes of Gender Identity Disorder

Common Causes and Risk factors of Gender Identity Disorder

  • Genetic (chromosomal) abnormalities.
  • Hormone imbalances during fetal and childhood development.defects.
  • Environmental factors.
  • Family interactions.

Signs and Symptoms of Gender Identity Disorder

Common Sign and Symptoms of Gender Identity Disorder

  • Wish to be rid of their own genitals.
  • Withdrawal from social interaction and activity.

Treatment for Gender Identity Disorder

Common Treatment for Gender Identity Disorder

  • Psychological therapy can alter the course of gender identity disorder.
  • Surgery and hormonal therapy is of treatment.
  • Gender surgery is also recommended for gender identity disorder treatment.