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Q: My sister has a history of depression and paranoid identity. What is it? Is it curable? She is feeling alright now but I want to know if she can have a relapse? She is 25 years old and has a 1 year old child.

Mina (Mumbai, Singapore)

A: Whether she will have a relapse or not is very difficult to say as it depends on the onset, duration, cause etc. of the illness. It would also depend on whether she has any residual features or whether she is on medication to maintain the normalcy. Whether the particular illness is treatable or not is best commented upon by her treating psychiatrist.

Dr. Jyoti Sangle

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