Correction: In a previous version of my article Gender Dysphoria: The Facts versus the Myths (which appears as a post on this blog), I made reference to a research study that found increased rates of psychiatric hospitalizations and increased suicide risk after medically assisted gender transition. My statement was based on a misunderstanding of the study. This study, which was a long-term follow-up one in Sweden, did not actually compare psychiatric rates and suicidality from before and after medical transition. The study did find that, as compared to controls who did not have gender dysphoria, individuals who had undergone a medical gender transition were 19 times more likely to die by suicide and approximately three times more likely to undergo a psychiatric hospitalization. We need more quality research to clarify the actual psychiatric changes before and after medical transition. After discovering my mistake, I reposted the article with the error removed.