Given that precious few of us have any medical experience, this is a very subjective topic. So, I will offer some general information.
There is the lingering opinion that one must experience gender dysphoria in order to be considered transgender. Clinicians have figured out that “It ain’t necessarily so.” and that while that is the case for some, it is not true for everyone. Unfortunately some members of the community still want to use that as some sort of Gold Star qualification. Don’t be swayed by their BS.
In my case, I’ve never had any feelings that I was in the wrong body and that it was creating difficulty for me. What I eventually realized was that I never thought of myself as completely male, or completely female for that matter. As I reflected on my life, that explained many things for which I never had an answer previously.
Anyway, the point is that being transgender is not a cookie cutter deal. There are many facets that play out in different ways for all of us. At best you can say that there are some similarities comparing one person to another, but it will never be 1:1. There are just too many variables.