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Sign up now. Mental health: Overcoming the stigma of mental illness False beliefs about mental illness can cause significant problems. By Mayo Clinic Staff. References StigmaFree me. National Alliance on Mental Illness.
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Most symptoms in people with this disorder are related to physical illness—symptoms such as chest pain , stomach problems , or fever —rather than those of a mental disorder. There are no reliable statistics regarding the number of people in the United States who suffer from this disorder, but it is considered to be rare.
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Obtaining accurate statistics is difficult because of dishonesty in representation. In addition, people with this disorder tend to seek treatment at many different health care facilities, which causes misleading statistics. While factitious disorder imposed on self can occur in children, it most often affects young adults. People with this syndrome deliberately produce or exaggerate symptoms in several ways. They might lie about or fake symptoms, hurt themselves to bring on symptoms, or alter diagnostic tests such as contaminating a urine sample.
Possible warning signs of Munchausen syndrome include the following:. Some individuals may put blood in their urine, inject themselves with feces or put tight rubber bands around an arm or leg.