I would advise against self-diagnosis. Internet mental health tests are good at helping people know if they should seek professional help, but they should not be used as diagnostic tools. I would agree that your symptoms are concerning. I would recommend being evaluated by a mental health professional. That would be the best way to determine if you have a mental health disorder.
You mentioned hearing voices that give you a headache, but you didn’t describe the nature of the voices you hear. We all hear an internal voice. This voice is familiar and recognizable. When a person hears voices that are not familiar or recognizable, he or she might be experiencing the symptoms of a mental health disorder. Voices that are demeaning might also be a sign of a mental health disorder.
It’s common to not remember one’s childhood. In such cases, it does not necessary mean that trauma was sustained. I would need to know more about the nature of your memory, or lack thereof, to determine if you are describing a symptom of DID or any other disorder.
I would encourage you to speak to your parents about your concerns. Some teenagers are reluctant to speak to their parents because of their fear that they won’t be taken seriously. It’s an understandable concern; however, your parents may not have the reaction that you might fear. If you can’t talk to your parents, consult your school guidance counselor or another faculty member whom you trust. They can help you access mental health treatment. Counseling could be a tremendous help to you. Please take care.
Dr. Kristina Randle