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PDD-NOS or something else?

Postby Shinobu Hikaru » Wed Apr 25, 2007 1:10 pm

I have many problems that seem to fit in the PDD description and some in A.S. but as for how bad, I can't really tell. I know they have and still do cause me to have problems and I know my parents others I know seem to get annoyed with me from time to time with me not being able to do things or not seeming to understand how I act or things I do that I never really know I do that annoys them. =/

I do seem to have some issues with relating to people and understanding actions of people and other things that makes it hard to interact with alot of people. Such as a girl flirting with me for months before someone had to point out she had a big crush on me. It was a big surprise to me... makes me wonder how many other girls have been doing so and not to mention it is just hard to tell when a girl is flirting or being friendly unless they are strongly doing so. As for talking to people when I need to do so, I can use english properly. It is just a matter of knowing how to respond to a certain thing, getting things out or just being able to have proper speech. Not sure best way to describe it, just certain times I try to speak and I can't get the words out of my mouth like something is holding my tongue so I struggle a little until I can get what I want to say out in actually words.

But is it possible to have many of the things that might be linked to PDD and A.S. but diagnosed to be completely normal or seen as normal even if they do cause problems with how life fuctions for a person?
Just wonder why no one in my family or schools ever wonder why I have problem but never said anything or show concern. I always got yelled at for not trying hard enough or scold for not being social and hving friends. =/
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Postby dees » Tue Nov 25, 2008 2:41 am

Man that sucks... Perhaps they think your normal but don't actually know whats up with you. After all they would probably jump to the thought that you are an absent minded person rather then a person with a mental health problem. Try telling them about it.
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Re: PDD-NOS or something else?

Postby Duff » Sat Nov 28, 2009 3:10 am

I think you should see an ASD specialist, or a Psychologist that specializes in ASD. I cant say what ASD it is, or even if it is ASD (although it sounds like it). What counts is that it significantly effects your life, thus seeking treatment would be a good idea.
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