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Remeron (Mirtazapine)

###table###Remeron(Mirtazapine)
HOW DO I KNOW IF I HAVE BDD?”MY FACE IS FALLING”
Most people with BDD describe the perceived flaw in quite specific and understandable terms—for example, “My ears are pointed,” “I have a scar right here on my neck,” “My hairline is receding,” or “My waist,is too wide.” But others express it in ways that are vague and hard to understand. One man was preoccupied with his “inadequately firm eyes.” A woman described in a published case report complained of “a funny and crinkly nose,” and another stated, “the skin under my eyes joins my nose in a funny way.” A woman I interviewed was extremely distressed because her face was falling. I tried very hard to understand what she meant. After much discussion, it seemed that she thought that her facial muscles were wasting away and her facial skin was sagging. But she thought “my face is falling” best described her concern.
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