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24 Possible Causes for Family History of Suicide, Persecutory Delusion, Sexual Dysfunction

  • Depression

    What about sexual dysfunction related to antidepressants? The SSRI antidepressants can cause sexual dysfunction.[] A family history of depression or suicide. A personal history of mental problems, alcoholism, or drug abuse. Not having enough support from family or friends.[] The risk of suicide also goes up if there's a family history of depression.[]

  • Endogenous Depression

    Physical underpinnings Melancholia has a strong genetic contribution, with sufferers likely to report a family history of “depression”, bipolar disorder or suicide.[]

  • Bipolar Disorder

    dysfunction Lipid profile, fasting blood glucose level, waist circumference, body weight, and CBC in patients with prior clinically significant leukopenia; measure at baseline[] The risk of suicide is even higher in people with bipolar disorder who have frequent depressive episodes, mixed episodes, a history of alcohol or drug abuse, a family history[] Yet in contrast to other psychotic phenomena, such as auditory hallucinations and persecutory delusions, GDs have received little attention from researchers.[]

  • Severe Depressive Episode

    Specifically discuss the potential increase in suicidal ideation and potential for sexual dysfunction.[] The risk of suicide is even higher in people with bipolar disorder who have frequent depressive episodes, mixed episodes, a history of alcohol or drug abuse, a family history[] […] symptoms: persecutory or self-referential delusions, or hallucinations without affective content Most patients return to normal mood between episodes, although around 20%[]

  • Schizophrenia

    RESULTS: Consensus recommendations included regular monitoring of body mass index, plasma glucose level, lipid profiles, and signs of prolactin elevation or sexual dysfunction[] A family history of suicide, and comorbid substance misuse were also positively associated with later suicide.[] Dysfunctional attitudes about attachment and performance in schizophrenia form the infrastructure for persecutory delusions and negative symptoms, respectively.[]

  • Mental Disorder

    F52 Sexual dysfunction not due to a substanc... F53 Mental and behavioral disorders associat... F54 Psychological and behavioral factors ass...[] Turner has a long family history of mental illness: his great-grandmother and grandmother were committed to state hospitals.[] Two brothers with the previous long-standing diagnosis of RHS and their mental symptoms of persecutory delusion and depression are reported, as well as the additional problem[]

  • Somatic Delusional Disorder

    Associated Features Psychosis Depressed Mood Somatic or Sexual Dysfunction Odd or Eccentric or Suspicious Personality Differential Diagnosis Some disorders have similar symptoms[] A denied any history of psychiatric hospitalization or suicide attempts.[] Edited by Daniel Freeman, Richard Bentall, and Philippa Garety Abstract Persecutory delusions, the unfounded beliefs that others intend harm to the individual, are a major[]

  • Mania

    dysfunction Dry mouth Constipation Blurred vision Dealing with antipsychotic-induced erectile dysfunction Sexual and erectile dysfunction is a common side effect of antipsychotic[] Abstract Pediatric Bipolar Disorder (BD) is a highly morbid pediatric psychiatric disease, consistently associated with family psychiatric history of mood disorders and associated[] Included are such symptoms as persecutory delusions (not directly related to grandiose ideas or themes), thought insertion, and delusions of being controlled. .x5--In Partial[]

  • Hypomania

    ., sexual dysfunct. - 2 (3) 3 (2) 2 (1) 1.45 (0.23-9.27) 2.93 (0.40-21.45) 2.70 (0.58-12.67) 6.24 (1.02-38.02)* F60-69 Personality dis. - - 4 (3) 2 (1) - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 In-[] Patients with HCL-32 ( ) or MDQ ( ) differed significantly from patients with HCl-32 (-) and MDQ (-) respectively, by being less frequently married, having more family history[] Alternatively, persecutory delusions may develop, but are usually consistent with a general grandiose theme such as the belief that others are actively trying to thwart the[]

  • Paranoid Personality Disorder

    Factors in childhood which are postulated to be linked to personality disorder include: [ 1 ] Sexual abuse Physical abuse Emotional abuse Neglect Being bullied Emotional or[] Ask if there’s a family history of suicide. [2] If someone is threatening his or her life, seek immediate care.[] Persecutory delusions are common: most paranoids believe that they are at the epicenter of conspiracies and collusions, big and small, quotidian and earth-shattering.[]

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