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Re: How or why do Dx's change? floatingbridge

Posted by Garnet71 on August 25, 2009, at 20:43:52

In reply to How or why do Dx's change?, posted by floatingbridge on August 25, 2009, at 18:35:26

I'm not sure, but I think MDD-recurrent (what is trd?) is sometimes used when there is a need to exceed therapy frequency limits set by insurance companies. Many people need more than 20 sessions. But you did not say whether or not you are in psychotherapy.

I guess there is always the more obvious answer - that a dx changes as new symptoms appear or change, or as the doctor gains a clearer picture. The longer you see a doctor, the more likely your dx will be accurate-just an opinion.




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