Thank you. Thank you!! Your article is so well written and shines a light on a huge problem in our medical system. Mental health diagnoses are often a diagnosis of exclusion and if practitioners aren’t aware of ALL possible medical diagnoses, it can be disasterous for the patient. Other overlooked diagnoses are POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia Syndrome) or Mast Cell Activation Disorder, both can hit young people fairly sudden and can look “psychiatric.” The immune systems interrelationship with brain function/mood/behavioral symptoms continues to be an area that needs further study and awareness. I think psychoneuroimmunology is a fascinating area of study and I wouldn’t be at all surprised if in the future we learn more about what other problems in the body can affect the brain. Lupus, Parkinson’s, anti-NMDA autoimmune encephalitis, Lyme disease, etc. can all have brain symptoms, including psychosis. Finding a good, functional medicine focused practitioner can be helpful. Unfortunately many doctors are too busy to keep up on everything.