So what does that tell us about the diagnostic process?
Theyre the same because some medicine can treat multiple ailments. Think about it: you probably take tylenol sometimes. You can take it for a headache, neuropathic pain, muscular pain, etc. You can use them to treat PAIN, but different kinds of pain. And things that are Rxs are even more so this way. Bipolar disorder is a form of depression, as is (obviously) major depression, and there are links between major depression, bipolar disorder and Schizophrenia in that they all three have to do with chemical issues (in-balances) in the brain. Are they the same issues? No. But that doesnt mean a certain medication cant help treat all three, because that medication may be able to balance the brain in different ways, just as tylenol can kill pain in different, yet similar ways
As far as autism goes i know little to none on the subject so i wont pretend i do, but i think im making my point clear. Do you get what im saying?
Hello Sideffects2. The chemical substance in a particular drug, through clinical trials/studies, when cross referenced, and trial and error, works for the various diagnosis. Much as an aspirin might be given for a headache, or muscle ache, or a toothache. Same drug, different diagnosis. Good health and wishes to you,pledge
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