Conversion Disorder

Conversion disorder is a functional neurological disorder. The affected individual experiences paralysis, numbness, and blindness without any underlying pathology. It may be due to stress or emotional trauma.

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What is the treatment for conversion reaction disease?

Query: Hello doctor, My friend is 20 years old, female. Before some days ago she was sense less on a train and then this again happened with her. She consulted a doctor and he says that she is suffering from the first stage of conversion reaction disease. But the doctor could not suggest any medicines but ...  Read Full »


Mehwish Mursaleen

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read and completely understand that you feel quite concerned for your friend. As you have mentioned that she has been diagnosed by the doctor as having conversion disorder, it is quite probable that she may undergo these conversion attacks at any time.  Read Full »

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