It occurs when a parent or carer, usually the child's biological mother, exaggerates or deliberately causes symptoms of illness in the child. Page last reviewed: 17 October Next review due: 17 October However, it's likely that this figure underestimates the actual number of cases of FII. Older children, particularly those who've been abused for many years, will have more complex problems. They may also need to learn how to tell the difference between the impaired perception of their parent or carer and reality. The child may need help returning to a normal lifestyle, including going back to school.
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