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Case Study #3 Somatic Symptom Disorder

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isaac martinez

on 30 May 2014

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Case Study #3 Somatic Symptom Disorder
By Isaac, Matt, Jack, Alec and Ruben

Kindra has your normal, healty teenager. But after her father passed away, her life would never be the same. She developed symptoms like dizziness, migraines, and stomach pains.
Group Diagnosis
By studying Kindra's symptoms, we concluded that she has Somatic Symptom Disorder. We agreed on this disorder because symptoms matched up to it.
Diagnosis Detail
Somatic Symptom Disorder has symptoms similar to was Kindra has been experiencing. For example, dizziness, abdominal pain, headaches, etc. Stress can often worsen the symptoms of the disorder.
Somatic Symptom Disorder
Somatic symptom disorder (formerly known as a somatoform disorder) is a mental disorder characterized by symptoms that suggest physical illness or injury.People with this disorder often become worried about their health because doctors are unable to find a cause for their symptoms.
More Facts
Normally, the symptoms begin to appear at a young age, and patients are diagnosed before the age of 30 years.
Symptoms may occur across cultures and gender.
Other common symptoms include anxiety and depression.
There is no cure for this disorder. The goal of treatment is to help you learn to control your symptoms. See your doctor often to review your symptoms and how you're coping with them.
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