Audiometry and transgender people

In any audiometry done for health screening purposes, a basic part of the test is the categorisation of the result, which is done against expected standard for that person's age and gender. Women generally have better hearing than men, a difference which widens with age. This means assessing a man against a the standard for a woman could register as a problem whereas for male standards it is perfectly fine, so how should a technician manage someone who has changed their identified gender?

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