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Conversion disorder is like many other disorders or diseases that have many causes, many risk factors, and a wide range of symptoms. Also, symptoms vary from person to person. Symptoms of conversion disorder include:

  • Loss of vision, double vision, sensitivity to light
  • Limb weakness or paralysis
  • Loss of voice, slurred or stuttered speech
  • Trouble coordinating movements
  • Memory issues, thinking problems
  • Headaches, migraines
  • Loss of sense of smell
  • Chronic pain
  • Loss of sense of touch
  • Loss of hearing
  • Numbness, tingling in limbs, body or face
  • Seizures, blackout, fainting
  • Tremors, spasms
  • Sleep problems
  • Overactive bladder
  • Hallucinations

Some patients only have a few symptoms; some have many symptoms. Symptoms vary in their intensity and frequency. In some patients, symptoms are always present; in others, they appear, disappear, and reappear.


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