How Many Types of Factitious Disorders Are There? Center

Factitious disorder is a psychological condition in which a person acts as if he or she has a physical or mental illness. In this condition, the person makes up symptoms or exaggerates the symptoms deliberately. They may even tamper with medical tests to convince others that treatment is needed. Read more: How Many Types of Factitious Disorders Are There? Article

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