Unspecified Disorder of Infancy, Childhood or Adolescence

An unspecified disorder of infancy, childhood or adolescence has the symptoms of two or more other disorders found in this category. Whether it is the symptoms of selective mutism or those of stereotypic movement disorder, unspecified disorders of infancy, childhood or adolescence can be difficult to deal with because of the unknown cause of the disorder. There are many risks associated with it, which is why treatment is so important if the symptoms appear.

Symptoms of Unspecified Disorder of Infancy, Childhood or Adolescence 

The exact symptoms displayed are going to vary from person to person, but they will include those seen in other various disorders of infancy, childhood or adolescence. They may appear as nightmares, panic attacks, a fear of being alone, or other various physical and emotional symptoms. Because of the appearance of symptoms from multiple disorders, it may be hard to know whether or not a disorder is a problem. This is why getting an accurate diagnosis is important. If not treated, an unspecified disorder of infancy, childhood or adolescence can lead to other dangers.

Dangers of Unspecified Disorders of Infancy, Childhood or Adolescence

Because a more accurate diagnosis may not be possible with the appearance of symptoms from different disorders, there are risks associated with unspecified disorders of infancy, childhood or adolescence. If not spotted and left untreated, there is a chance that other, more serious disorders may appear as a result of the unspecified disorder. Whether it is depression or conduct behavior problems, there are many things that can go wrong if an unspecified disorder is not properly treated.

Treatment for Unspecified Disorder of Infancy, Childhood or Adolescence 

An unspecified disorder of infancy, childhood, or adolescence can be frightening to deal with because of the inability to narrow down the disorder. This is we have partnered up with expert therapists who offer online therapy here at GoMentor.com. It's important to understand that even though this disorder is unspecified in regards of name, it's still crucial to talk to a therapist in order to decide whether there is an actual issue or not. If you're interested in getting the opinion of a professional, feel free to book an online therapy session with one of the therapists listed below.

Definition of Unspecified Disorder of Infancy, Childhood or Adolescence

An unspecified disorder of infancy, childhood or adolescence is a disorder that has symptoms of two or more of other disorders of infancy, childhood or adolescence. Symptoms will vary because of the inability to categorize the disorder, but treatment with therapy and counseling is possible even with the unspecified nature of this disorder.

Symptoms of / Reasons for Unspecified Disorder of Infancy, Childhood or Adolescence

  • Nightmares
  • Bedwetting
  • Extreme, continual behavior problems
  • Panic attacks
  • Fear of being alone
  • Severe anxiety
  • Sibling jealousy
  • Repetitive motor behavior
  • Social interaction difficulties
  • Strange speech
  • Impulsive behavior
  • Avoiding physical contact
  • Learning problems

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