Question can this and ASD spectrum disorder coexist together


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jess5121988
Question can this and ASD spectrum disorder coexist together
2017-12-13
I am really confused?
I was redirected from the ASD test sight, from the test :- two-factors imagination scale my score after two assignment 2 mouths apart scoring an over all score of 40.0 low spontaneous imagination with it it then came up in the yellow, I was then referring to this test were iv scored 162% not quite sure exscly what that means in terms of my suspected autism spectrum disorder if I an of this personality dus that strengthen the possibility of my autism???
I not only don’t feel emotional but also physical I hav a very strong pain tolerance and off end up very sick due to this I also fined my sensory in-put and ou-put are that of coz of my destress I score on this test 100% sensory sensortivity although my cognitive functioning is above average for my age I am within the top 15% for my age group thus confuseing my current clinical team.
Pease due any one know what exsacly this main
P.s my current diegnosenostic is
First; suspected autism high to medium functioning with ADHD as well a sensory issues.
Secondary diagnostic is; complexPTSD from repetive touches abuse as of the age of 7-17 continues 5 days a week.
Jute
2018-09-15
22:36
I have an official diagnosis of ASC and I am strongly Alexithymic. I'm not alone in this as the incidence of Alexithymia is around 10% in the 'normal' population but as high as 50% with those on the autistic spectrum. In other words it's frequently a comorbid condition with autism.


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Alexithymia - emotional blindness - is a personal trait which affects roughly 10% of the population.

Alexithymia describes the difficulty of people to perceive and describe emotions of others and themselves. Most persons concerned are not aware about this deficit and usually they are just recognizing it in contact with others, especially close friends, within their family or their partner.

These pages should deliver additional information about Alexithymia and offer information for affected persons, relatives and generally interested people.