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How to tell if I have body dismorphic disorder?

How to tell if I have body dismorphic disorder?

Body Dysmorphic D/O: Everyone else advises that your body part is normal (and it is) but you are convinced that there is something wrong with it. For instance - you have a small to normal sized nose but firmly believe that it is bigger than Cyrano de Bergerac's. ...Read more

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How do you know if you have body dismorphic disorder (bdd) if you can't see yourself through somebody else's eyes?

How do you know if you have body dismorphic disorder (bdd) if you can't see yourself through somebody else's eyes?

Bdd: You visualize your body parts as different from what normal anatomy dictates, a kind of distorted image. ...Read more

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Diagnosed with r.E.M. Syndrome -rare skin disease . More information about this please?

Diagnosed with r.E.M. Syndrome -rare skin disease . More information about this please?

Similar to lupus: Reticular erythematous mucinosis (rem) frequently appears after intense sun exposure, or hormonal stimuli such as oral contraceptives, menses, or pregnancy. It may be related to lupus erythematosus, although lupus tests are typically negative. It often responds to treatment with anti-malarial medications. ...Read more

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What pick's disease?

What pick's disease?

Nuerodegeerative des: Pick's disease is a rare neurodegenerative disease that causes progressive destruction of nerve cells in the brain. Symptoms include loss of speech (aphasia) and dementia. While some of the symptoms can initially be alleviated, the disease progresses and patients often die within two to ten years. ...Read more

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What is slims disease?

What is slims disease?

HIV: Slims disease is the old term for HIV ( human immunodeficiency) wasting syndrome or aids. ...Read more

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What is severs disease?

What is severs disease?

Sever's disease : Or calcaneal apophysitis is the most common cause of heel pain in the growing athlete and is due to overuse and repetitive microtrauma of growth plates of the calcaneus bone in the heel. It occurs in children ages 7 to 15, with the majority of patients presenting between 10 and 14 years of age. ...Read more

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What is krabb disorder?

What is krabb disorder?

Krabbe disease: Is a rare genetic disorder of the nervous system due to mutation in chromosome no. 14, where there is loos of myelin sheath of nerves leading to stiffness, seizures, loss of muscle strength. It usually starts at 2-6 month age. If early, treatment is bone marrow transplant and physical therapy to strengthen muscles. ...Read more

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What is buchet disease?

What is buchet disease?

Behcet's disease?: Beh├žet's disease is an inflammation of arteries (vasculitis) that often presents with mucous membrane ulcers and eye problems. As a systemic disease, it can also involve organs such as the gastrointestinal tract, pulmonary, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and neurological systems. ...Read more

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What is bichet disease?

Bechet's disease: Is an autoimmune process associated with ulceration throughout the gastrointestinal tract. ...Read more

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What is maralia disease?

What is maralia disease?

Malaria: Malaria is a disease of the blood spread by mosquito bites. It can be deadly and is one of the major areas of research by numerous agencies world wide. ...Read more

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