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After fugue (dissociative disorder) would you regain your memories?
3 doctors weighed in

Dr. Donald Jacobson
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Depends upon ego
If the person has a strong ego, they may be able to recall under hypnosis or using ideomotor signaling what exactly occurred during the fugue state.
If the person does not have enough personality strength, their mind may not allow access to the memories, especially if especially painful or disgusting to the host personality.

In brief: Depends upon ego
If the person has a strong ego, they may be able to recall under hypnosis or using ideomotor signaling what exactly occurred during the fugue state.
If the person does not have enough personality strength, their mind may not allow access to the memories, especially if especially painful or disgusting to the host personality.
Dr. Donald Jacobson
Dr. Donald Jacobson
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
In brief: Fugue states
Depending on the etiology, and with proper treatment, ex.
Hypnosis or psychotherapy, you usually regain function.

In brief: Fugue states
Depending on the etiology, and with proper treatment, ex.
Hypnosis or psychotherapy, you usually regain function.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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