Yesterday I had very interesting, long and intense conversation with the psychotherapist in case of my MD. In the end of the conversation, she was almost confident that I have hypochondria and she sent me to the psychiatrist to check her presumption. Hypochondria is a condition in which a person is excessively and unduly worried about having a serious illness. An old concept, the meaning of hypochondria has repeatedly changed. It has been claimed that this debilitating condition results from an inaccurate perception of the condition of body or mind despite the absence of an actual medical diagnosis. In fact, I am still struggling getting final diagnosis, because of the quarantine, despite my symptoms began in late march. Still waiting in the line for dynamic computational posturometry and videonistagmometry tests to be done. In the beginning I thought that hypochondria is nonsense, but then I recalled an interesting post where my symptoms are very similar to that story. You can find this post here: After 3+ years of this, I might not have Meniere's after all? PleaseNoDizzy member finally got relief from Nortriptyline. This medication is used to treat mental/mood problems such as depression. I asked psychotherapist could it be that this member had psychosomatic disorder and she sad most likely. So I am wondering has anyone else had a similar experience too?