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What to do if you suspect you or a loved one may have a psychiatric disorder 
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. Jerald Ratner
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree
In brief: Discuss with your lo
Try to explain that many psychiatric disorders are nothing more than medical abnormalities that are very treatable by psychiatrists.

In brief: Discuss with your lo
Try to explain that many psychiatric disorders are nothing more than medical abnormalities that are very treatable by psychiatrists.
Dr. Jerald Ratner
Dr. Jerald Ratner
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Dr. Syed H. Sajid
Psychiatry
In brief: To seek treatment
Psychiatric disorders should be approached as any other disorders, e.
g. High blood pressure, diabetes, etc. Seeing a mental health professional, a psychiatrist or a psychologist for a comprehensive evaluation to reach a diagnosis and then seeking treatment through a combination of medications and psychotherapy or either of them alone or any other recommendations by the mental health professional.

In brief: To seek treatment
Psychiatric disorders should be approached as any other disorders, e.
g. High blood pressure, diabetes, etc. Seeing a mental health professional, a psychiatrist or a psychologist for a comprehensive evaluation to reach a diagnosis and then seeking treatment through a combination of medications and psychotherapy or either of them alone or any other recommendations by the mental health professional.
Dr. Syed H. Sajid
Dr. Syed H. Sajid
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Dr. Christopher Nicora
Internal Medicine
In brief: See primary care
Please see your primary care physician for a general physical.
Reversible causes of a mood disorder should be ruled out before seeing a psychiatrist. This can be done with a simple blood test.

In brief: See primary care
Please see your primary care physician for a general physical.
Reversible causes of a mood disorder should be ruled out before seeing a psychiatrist. This can be done with a simple blood test.
Dr. Christopher Nicora
Dr. Christopher Nicora
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