Everyone’s mind and body handle trauma exposure in different ways. One rare response to trauma is called dissociative amnesia. Dissociative amnesia is classified as a dissociative disorder. Dissociative amnesia refers to a situation where someone’s memories are still present, but they’re buried and they can’t recall them. In some cases, the memories may be triggered and resurface.

Dissociative Amnesia FAQs

Learn more about this rare disorder by exploring the following dissociative amnesia FAQs.

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