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Tourette's syndrome - NHS
There's no specific test that can diagnose Tourette syndrome. The diagnosis is based on the history of your signs and symptoms. A diagnosis of Tourette syndrome might be overlooked because the signs can mimic other conditions. Eye blinking might be initially associated with vision problems, or sniffling attributed to allergies. Both motor and vocal tics can be caused by conditions other than Tourette syndrome. To rule out other causes of tics, your doctor might recommend:. Our caring team of Mayo Clinic experts can help you with your Tourette syndrome-related health concerns Start Here.
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Our online support groups are a great opportunity for the TS community to connect with each other. Friday 05 March 7pm - Befriender training with an introduction to volunteering on the helpdesk and Live Chat this will take no more than 2 hours. Saturday 06 March 10am - Befriender training with an introduction to volunteering on the helpdesk and Live Chat this will take no more than 2 hours. Each meeting has a maximum capacity of 20 participants, therefore it is essential that you register your place with Emma by emailing emma tourettes-action.
The Undateables is a British TV documentary series that follows a range of people on dates who have long term conditions, including: disabilities , developmental disorders , and learning difficulties. The series worked in conjunction with the dating agency, Flame Introductions , and is broadcast on Channel 4. There have been 53 episodes since the documentary first aired on 3 April , split into eleven separate series and a few additional episodes. The documentary has been narrated by Sally Phillips throughout. There was a lot of controversy surrounding this show when it was first introduced from newspaper companies such as The Mirror and The Guardian , due to the word 'undateable' being used in the title to describe people with mental and physical disabilities.