Screening (Psychiatry)

Body Area: Abdomen
Body Parts: Stomach
Symptoms: Never Hungry
Sudden behavioral changes should be evaluated by a psychiatrist to screen for a possible mental disorder or condition such as dementia, depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder. Sudden changes that may prompt a screening consultation with a psychiatrist include: obsessive scary thoughts, disabling fear, sudden anger, sad feelings for long periods of time, forgetfulness, changes in judgment, confusion, forgetfulness, memory loss, unexplainable panic, or other sudden changes in personality.