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I have been diagnosed with conversion disorder about 2 years ago but have had it about 8 years does anyone have any success in recovering from conversion disorder

By May 12, 2011 - 12:07pm
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I've suffered from conversion disorder for 10 years now. For the first 7 years they thought it was myoclonic dystonia, before finally diagnosing it as conversion. I underwent 60 qeeg neurotherapy sessions for treatment and it cured about 80% of the movement. I still suffer from blepharospasms and aphonia at times but the symptoms are easing. Neurotherapy had the effect of drawing out subconcious psychological problems from the past that I was consiously unaware of. They were and still hard to deal with but overall things are improving .

July 28, 2011 - 10:56am

Welcome to the EmpowHer community. Here is the link to our site's Conversion Disorder home page:
As the group leader for the Conversion Disorders Group, I am sure that you will hear from other members who are dealing with this condition.

May 12, 2011 - 5:28pm
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