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Re: about having a dx or not terrics

Posted by Fallen4MyT on January 2, 2005, at 20:02:38

In reply to about having a dx or not, posted by terrics on January 2, 2005, at 10:43:36

Hey Terrics I have my dx which is PTSD and SAD and they fit....my dx was changed once when he thought I had depression severe or something but just like a GP once they delve deeper they often get new information and that tells them maybe they were not right and it gets changed. I am cool with mine it is dead on and very text book case if ya ask me. If I didn't like my DX I think I would have a lot of anxiety about it.


> I am curious about what you all think about having or not having a dx. Do you think it better to have one? Do you think pdocs should really watch you and change dx if needed? How does it feel when you really KNOW pdoc has hit the right one when she /he explains it to you and you really do not want that dx but you know it is correct. How do you feel when you are sure it is incorrect? If you answer this post please explain. I do have thoughts on this subject. terrics


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