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21 Feb 2013, 2:13 pm

Post-traumatic stress disorder (diagnosed), though not from anything as bad as bullying. I actually acquired it in a war zone when I was expecting to be set on fire by an angry mob.



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21 Feb 2013, 5:10 pm

Aspergers syndrome and major depressive disorder for me.


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21 Feb 2013, 9:51 pm

velocity wrote:
Post-traumatic stress disorder (diagnosed), though not from anything as bad as bullying. I actually acquired it in a war zone when I was expecting to be set on fire by an angry mob.


I think that's a pretty understandable source for the problem - the kind of source people would usually expect, in fact. I'm very sorry that happened to you, and I'm glad you made it out alive.


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03 Mar 2013, 12:06 pm

All these have been diagnosed by doctors.

-Asperger's syndrome
-OCD
-bipolar disorder

My doctors can't agree if it's type I and I am constantly manic with periods of depression or if it's type II and I have something like ADHD that is causing me to seem constantly manic. I personally think the former because without medication for bipolar that treats mania I can be up for days and constantly be going and just having general manic symptoms.



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04 Apr 2013, 9:43 am

diagnosed:

AS/ASD
SAnD
OCD
AvPD

and recently diagnosed with epilepsy


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07 May 2013, 1:07 am

Depression


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29 Jul 2013, 9:22 pm

Officially diagnosed:

Autism Spectrum Disorder(would have been Asperger's but they've taken that out of the DSM 5 if I recall correctly?)
Schizoaffective Disorder(bipolar type)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder



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30 Jul 2013, 6:07 am

I found out I am officially diagnosed with ADHD-PI, not with ADHD-C.
A while ago I looked at my diagnostic paper (the one I've never looked at) and found out it was ADHD-PI.

I made my researches and found out that ADHD-C makes people that are affected by it be always in motion and unable to slow down or stop.

I am not always in motion; it may appear that I am at times due to stims, but, I stim, and definitely I am not always in motion, or hyper.

The only trait I have from hypercativity is the non-stop talking (which I do only at times, if I'm in a good mood and with the right people) and the impulsivity ones (interrupting, being impatient).

I also am quite slow and introverted like most ADHD-PI people.

I should look at diagnostic papers instead of giving them to my parents and saying "take these; I am not interested".

I also have been officially diagnosed with ODD, which is weird because this condition is usually co-morbid with ADHD-C, and rarely is co-morbid with ADHD-PI.

They also wrote in the paper that I have schizoid tendencies and a few schizotypal ones.



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30 Jul 2013, 11:00 am

Not yet diagnosed with Asperger's (working on it.)

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Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia
Depressive Disorder NOS



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02 Aug 2013, 2:20 pm

I am an Aspie, I also have ADHD and PTSD (the latter stemming from a vicious beating I got when I was 11).


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11 Aug 2013, 3:11 am

Officially diagnosed: Aspergers syndrome

Suspected:
OCD- very anal about where things need to be
Bipolar- When I'm stressed I go incredibly manic and take risks then I crash
Narcissistic PD- People have told me this but don't see what their problem is
Anti-social PD- I've been told I'm deceptive, aggressive, take little consideration for others, etc
Schizophrenia- Have near psychotic paranoia at random and I hear voices



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02 Oct 2013, 8:55 am

Experienced regularly and unchangeable in status:
Aspergers, sensory processing disorder

Varies on living conditions:
Anxiety, depression, hypervigilance



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02 Oct 2013, 8:59 am

Have A.S but I expect I have got something like Ptsd and infrequent hypomania disassociative disorder and possibly schizoid and mild ocd.



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08 Oct 2013, 3:58 pm

My psychiatrist's diagnosis: Autism Spectrum Disorder (Asperger's) associated with Goldenhars Syndrome (Hemifacial Microsomia), Clinical Depression, and Insomnia