I have chronic spine problems, including surgery and nerve damage. I have been misdiagnosed as having a somatizing disorder. I would like to find out about other people with similar diagnosis, who have been misdiagnosed as "somatizing" a vague disease afflicting hysterical women with emotional problems. I believe the correct definition is "without underlying physical condition", but that is used loosely by Doctors to describe women without obvious physical symptoms. I had a ruptured disc in my back and was misdiagnosed. I am curious about others with similar situations.Thank You
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