Depersonalization Disorder

Depersonalization disorder is a mental illness that affects the identity of an individual. It may be due to stress or emotional abuse. As a result, these individuals may feel detached from themselves or their surroundings.

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Can Cymbalta be used for symptoms of OCD?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 32 year old man. I have been experiencing panic disorder, OCD symptoms and excessive levels of anxiety. In the last few months, major changes in my life have happened. For instance; quitting my job and moving to another city triggered my anxiety symptoms. I usually feel drowned in ...  Read Full »

Dr. Abhijeet Deshmukh

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Thank you for describing your query in detail. To start with, you might be absolutely right in saying that the current increase in your anxiety and associated feelings could be secondary to the change of place. Change of residence and workplace is always an anxiety-provok...  Read Full »

I experienced a moment where I spaced out and forgot different words and where I was. Kindly help.

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 17-year-old boy, with weight 72 kg and 184 cm long. I experienced a moment where I spaced out and forgot different words and where I was. I was very stressed after that. Kindly help.  Read Full »

Mehwish Mursaleen

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I completely understand that you feel concerned about this unusual experience of being spaced, forgetting words, and where were you at that time. There are some psychological conditions in which a person experiences dissociative symptoms such as depersonalization or ...  Read Full »

My friend said I was talking gibberish, but I do not remember doing so. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, I was talking with my friend today, and after our conversation, when we met again, she asked if I was feeling alright. Apparently, mid conversation, I started going in and out of talking gibberish, then continuing the conversation as if nothing had happened. I have absolutely no memory...  Read Full »

Mehwish Mursaleen

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I understand that you feel concerned about forgetting the content of your conversation. Forgetting the words of your previous conversation or the inability to recall a few events may occur due to the normal information processing of your brain. It might also be due to ...  Read Full »

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