2 brain cells; that's 2 more than you kiddo; and you're still ignoring a 30 year study and follow up. How unfortunate, but expected.
From your articles:
This is the largest prospective study to follow a group of transgender patients with regards to QoL over continuous temporal measure points. Our results show that transgender women generally have a lower QoL (Quality of life) compared to the general population. GRS leads to an improvement in general well-being as a trend but over the long-term, QoL decreases slightly in line with that of the comparison group. Level of evidence: Level III, therapeutic study.
One male transsexual regretted the decision to change sex and had quit the process.
Two transsexuals had still not had any surgery due to older age or ambivalence. Overall, 68% (n = 13) had improved in at least two areas of functioning. In 3 cases (16%) outcome were judged as unsatisfactory and one of those regarded sex change as a failure. Another 3 patients were mainly unchanged after 5 years.
Although the impact of sex reassignment surgery on the self‐reported outcomes of transsexuals has been largely described, the data available regarding the impact of hormone therapy on the daily lives of these individuals are scarce.
There was no significant change in anxiety and depression scores in people with gender dysphoria (male to female) pre- and post-operatively.
Despite these positive results, the treatment of transsexualism is far from being perfect.
Long-term follow-up data on physical, mental and sexual functioning are lacking.
Transsexual women function well on a physical, emotional, psychological and social level. With respect to sexuality, they suffer from specific difficulties, especially concerning arousal, lubrication, and pain.
There are no quantitative assessments of the benefits of phalloplasty in a female transsexual population.
The post operative group showed higher depression ratings on the depression subscale of the GHQ.
There was improved satisfaction with genital appearance post-operatively, but satisfaction with relationships fell.
Self-perceived health compared to 1 year previously rose in the first post-operative year, after which it declined.
Conclusions: Hormone therapy interventions to improve the mental health and quality of life in transgender people with gender dysphoria have not been evaluated in controlled trials. Low quality evidence suggests that hormone therapy may lead to improvements in psychological functioning. Prospective controlled trials are needed to investigate the effects of hormone therapy on the mental health of transgender people.
And I can keep on going, and going, and going. LOL.
Referring to a 30 year whole national study with international resourcing as "Bad data" is an opinion; which is promptly rejected as you're just a kid and don't know what good data actually is. ^^
So, how may I refute you further? ^^