Sub-Clinical

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Sub clinical: means below the threshold for identification or classification of a disease or medical diagnosis.

Sub clinical anything is a condition where a medical ‘label’ cannot be assigned; meaning it is below radar and “It’s all in you head; go home.”

Think of signs and symptoms that are too general to provide a diagnosis. Examples of sub-clinical situations are: disorders and syndromes; collections of  subjective complaints.

Most people live their lives in the ‘sub-clinical’ state, not sick enough to be diagnosed, but ill enough to be miserable.

Sub clinical is the very best answer a medical professional can assign to a patient because it frees the patient and allows them to seek other answers outside of the system.

Solutions

  1. Ask for help.
  2. Be open to new ideas.

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