Dissociative Identity Disorder Medications
There are currently no drugs listed for "Dissociative Identity Disorder". See Psychiatric Disorders.
Definition of Dissociative Identity Disorder:
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), previously referred to as multiple personality disorder (MPD), is a dissociative disorder involving a disturbance of identity in which two or more separate and distinct personality states (or identities) control the individual's behavior at different times. When under the control of one identity, the person is usually unable to remember some of the events that occurred while other personalities were in control. The different identities, referred to as alters, may exhibit differences in speech, mannerisms, attitudes, thoughts, and gender orientation. The alters may even differ in "physical" properties such as allergies, right-or-left handedness, or the need for eyeglass prescriptions.
Synonym(s): DID; MPD; Multiple Personality Disorder; Personality Disorder, Multilple; Personality Disorder, Split; Split Personality Disorder