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I'm confused, think I have Asperger syndrome. How do I know?
8 doctors weighed in

Dr. Kevin Passer
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
5 doctors agree
In brief: Perplexing
Folks with asperger syndrome, for the most part, are socially perplexed.
They seem to have most of their difficulties in social situations. Many with aspergers realize they are different then most people. Finding out what one's differences are and being able to make some adjustments relative to certain social nuances can help one function easier and with less anxiety.

In brief: Perplexing
Folks with asperger syndrome, for the most part, are socially perplexed.
They seem to have most of their difficulties in social situations. Many with aspergers realize they are different then most people. Finding out what one's differences are and being able to make some adjustments relative to certain social nuances can help one function easier and with less anxiety.
Dr. Kevin Passer
Dr. Kevin Passer
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Dr. Glen Elliott
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
5 doctors agree
In brief: Can't answer here
Not knowing your age or the behaviors that are worrying you, it's impossible to say if you do or don't have ad and, if so, whether you need to do anything about it.
If life is not working well for you, then find a professional who can review the problems and help look for solutions. One thing: you cannot "catch" ad; so, if your concerns are fairly recent, then that's not the cause.

In brief: Can't answer here
Not knowing your age or the behaviors that are worrying you, it's impossible to say if you do or don't have ad and, if so, whether you need to do anything about it.
If life is not working well for you, then find a professional who can review the problems and help look for solutions. One thing: you cannot "catch" ad; so, if your concerns are fairly recent, then that's not the cause.
Dr. Glen Elliott
Dr. Glen Elliott
Thank
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