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While considered rare, according to Mayo Clinic, some estimates suggest Munchausen by proxy is more common among women and affects about 2 in 100,000 children. 11. Treatment typically involves...How to know if its Munchausen by proxy syndrome?
Signs of Munchausen syndrome by proxy include the following: The child has a history of multiple hospitalizations, clinic visits, and doctor visits, sometimes in different citiesA strange set of symptoms that cannot be identified or understood by healthcare professionalsParent reports that the child’s symptoms are getting worse, but hospital caregivers don’t observe...More ...Why is the disorder called Munchausen by proxy?
The history of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Munchausen Syndrome was named after a German cavalry officer Baron von Munchausen (1720-1797), a man who travelled widely and was known for his dramatic but untruthful stories. Is there a difference between Munchausen and Munchausen by proxy? Munchausen syndrome is pretending you have an illness.