If you have time, would be very appreciated
Hello I posted on a forum, what seems like an eternity ago(four years to be exact) when I was in the process of testing and waiting very impatiently for a diagnosis. And finally during that long process I was finally diagnosed with TS. The neurologist didn't listen too extensively and just prescribed me haliperidol, I took it but didn't like the feeling. So they sent me to a behavioral clinic at my school, but unfortunately with the process when the behavior center got going I was graduating soon, so I couldn't countinue going there anymore. Presently, I am searching around for some insight or advice on what could I do seeing as I still experience my tics (they have not gotten better with the years as.hoped-I am now 24) and I have no health insurance. For general medical I go to a local clinic. Could anyone point me in the right direction of.how to be seen again or find help. Please I would really appreciate it.
P.s I dont know anyone else with Ts, nor did anyone talk to me about guidelines or if severity comes into play. I dont know if I can say I ”suffer” from my tics as I still hold a job and continue with everyday life and apparently am really good at hiding/masking.it when needed. When I have told people they make me feel like a fraud because I don't have the type.of Ts they see on TV, so is that going to hinder me in finding help or being seen?