I have pain but they all say it’s in my mind: Somatoform disorders

Somatoform disorders are a group of diseases in which the patient suffers from a wide set of medically unexplained bodily symptoms, such as generalized pain, digestive symptoms, neurological symptoms, sexual symptoms… Most often, these patients have seen many physicians and had an extensive number of blood tests, urine tests, imaging, endoscopies… But the doctors keep saying nothing is wrong and “it’s all in your mind”… The reality is that “it’s all in your brain” because these symptoms are due to a disease of your brain that cause these “medically unexplained” symptoms.

If they say it’s all in your mind, it’s not…
We say it’s all in your brain…
Consult us.


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