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Saturday, June 13, 2015

It is quite difficult for the medical community to recognize, much less, categorize these syndromes due to the inability tovisualize a “symptom”. In fact, the ability to recognize and treat these syndromes currently faces on two major hurdles for the patient: 
 
     1.   Having a physician believe the patient is telling the truth regarding their symptoms 
 
    2.  The lack of objective or measurable indicators of their symptoms 
 
These two facts leave most physicians in a state of major denial as to the existence of these debilitating processes and invariability leaves the patient traveling from doctor to doctor looking for help. 
 
 
It is quite difficult for the medical community to recognize, much less, categorize these syndromes due to the inability tovisualize a “symptom”. In fact, the ability to recognize and treat these syndromes currently faces on two major hurdles for the patient: 
 
     1.   Having a physician believe the patient is telling the truth regarding their symptoms 
 
    2.  The lack of objective or measurable indicators of their symptoms 
 
These two facts leave most physicians in a state of major denial as to the existence of these debilitating processes and invariability leaves the patient traveling from doctor to doctor looking for help.