N.O.R.D. Registered ( Highest Known Rare Conditions of Birth ) , Medic Alert Status 1-A , P.S. Stanford Binet Registered I Q 220.3 .
btw << rewsnA tseB ehT 4 uoY knahT << , Dyslexia is another factor .
COPD, Asthma, Pituitary adenoma, arthritis of the spine, damage down entire spine, fybromyalgia, bipolar, severe anxieity, social phobia, agorophobia, PTSD, complicated hemipeligic migraines (one or twice a day, every single day), regular migraines , GERD, and several symptoms that have not been diagnosed yet.<br />
Woo Hoo. Love my life... NOT
Currently at age 18: OCD, depression (in the past), scoliosis, asthma, an eye cataract, Tourette's syndrome, latex allergy, dust allergy, preservative allergy, slight brain damage from concussions, and the inability to process abstract concepts.
Major Depression, Anxiety, and EDNOS (Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified)
Bipolar NOS.<br />
Let's just say that my anger is out of bounds sometimes and it scares people I care about.<br />
If it weren't for the fact that I was losing them I'd still be a raging b!tch...<br />
I'm embarrassed sometimes at how angry I get.<br />
it's tiring too!
lower back problem that can pinch a nerve at times, heyfever and sinus and lets not forget depression and anxiety the last two are kind of new to me and have had alot of changes in my life all at once and can't really cope with it all and a bipolar husband who tries really hard but sometimes he's a bit much for me. But hey I have friends and a house and and and many other blessings so won't complain.
ADHD, Agoraphobia, Anxiety, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression,OCD (hence the alphabetical order)! and PTSD.
Borderline Personality Disorder and Bipolar Disorder. I think some anxiety disorder ought to be thrown in for good measure. All of it is subjective, and it doesn't have to fit for your whole life. <br />
I'm also diagnosed with foot in mouth disease.
Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, depression, anxiety, and recently had a disc in my low back repaired.
Optico-rectosis...it is a crossing of the optical nerve with the rectal nerve and it gives you a ****** outlook on life...
It's better to just tell what I haven't been diagnosed with.
evergreen and eternal stupidity .. lol
I've never been diagnosed with anthing but sometimes I suspect I may have a lower form of manic depression, though I doubt it.
Epilepsy. Depression and anxiety come with the medication.
Major Depressive Disorder
Polyglandular Deficiency Syndrome Type II and a case of MRSA that just will not go away. <br />
Add in the Degenerative discs in my neck and lower back and that fairly well sums it all up.
Aspergers. Anxiety. Bipolar
Poverty. And diabetes.
Depression and ocd