put NDI: or ND IND. at the start of your list.

expected to be written in order of appearance on the carrd, but it's fine otherwise.
it's advised but not necessary that you put a bar (|) between labels.
an asterisk (*) between two related labels indicates that you are diagnosed or medically recognized either with an older diagnosis, and would now be diagnosed with the second, or with a less severe variation of something that has worsened since.
this isn't quite the same as self-diagnosis, because it's still partially diagnosed, it's just outdated.this is also applicable if your condition didn't worsen, you were just mistakenly diagnosed with a milder variation or older diagnosis.
a forward slash (/) at the end of a label is used to indicate that you are professionally diagnosed with it.

a backslash (\) at the end of a label indicates that you are medically recognized as having it without being professionally diagnosed.

a forward slash (/) at the beginning of a label is used to indicate that you don't know if it's professionally diagnosed, but know that it's medically recognized.

an underscore (_) at the end of a label means that it is medically recognized but doesn't need a diagnosis (such as synesthesia).

an underscore (_) at the beginning of a label means you are self-diagnosed without being medically recognized and the condition doesn't need a diagnosis.

an open bracket ([) at the beginning of a label means you are self-diagnosed.

a closing bracket (]) at the end of a label means you are questioning.

a percent sign (%) at the end of a label means you were misdiagnosed and don't qualify for the asterisk.

an ampersand (&) at the beginning of a label means that it has a direct influence on or is directly caused by your plurality / multiplicity / systemhood, if applicable.

a hyphen (-) indicates a disorder subtype.

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Bipolar Disorder - B
Manic Depression - MD
Bipolar I - I
Bipolar II - II
Cyclothymic Disorder - III
Not Otherwise Specified - IV
Other Specified - V
Unspecified - VI

Episodic Dyscontrol Syndrome (Intermittent Explosive Disorder) - E

Interictal Dysphoric Disorder - I

Major Depressive Disorder - M
Melancholic Depression - 1
Atypical Depression - 2
Catatonic Depression - 3
Depression With Anxious Distress - 4
Depression With Peri-Patrum Onset - 5
Mild Depressive Disorder - 6
Seasonal Affective Disorder - 7

Mixed Anxiety-Depressive Disorder - AD

Mood Disorder Not Otherwise Specified - MN

Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia) - D

Post-Stroke Depression - s

Schizoaffective Disorder - Sa

Anorexia Nervosa - An

Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder - AR

Binge Eating Disorder - B

Body Dysmorphic Disorder - Dys

Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors - BF
Dermatophagia - Dp
Onychotillomania - Om
Trichophagia - Tp
Trichotillomania - Tm

Bulimia Nervosa - BN

Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified - EN
Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder - OE
Unspecified Feeding or Eating Disorder - UE

Generalized Anxiety Disorder - G

Hoarding Disorder - H

Mixed Anxiety-Depressive Disorder - AD

Night Eating Syndrome - N

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - O
Purely Obsessive - I
Purely Compulsive - II

Panic Disorder - P

Pica - PC

Separation Anxiety Disorder - Sa

Social Anxiety Disorder - A

Specific Phobia - Ph
Arachnophobia - A
Emetophobia - E

Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - CT

Depersonalization-Derealization Disorder - PR

Dissociative Amnesia (Disorder) - DA
Dissociative Amnesia With Dissociative Fugue - DAF

Dissociative Disorder Not Otherwise Specified - DN
Other Dissociative and Conversion Disorders - ODC
Other Specified Dissociative Disorder - OD
Unspecified Dissociative Disorder - UD
indicators provided (for DN and colloquially OD) in names

Dissociative Identity Disorder - DI
Partial Dissociative Identity Disorder - PDI

Dissociative Neurological Symptom Disorder - DNS

Maladaptive Daydreaming Disorder - MA

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - PS

Trance Disorder - TrD
Possession Trance Disorder - PTrD

Apraxia of Speech - Ax

Auditory Processing Disorder - AP

Developmental Coordination Disorder (Dyspraxia) - CD

Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia - VD

Dyscalculia - DC
Dyslexia - DS
Dysgraphia - DG

Other Specified Tic Disorder - OT
Unspecified Tic Disorder - UT

Persistent (Chronic) Tic Disorder - PT
Motor - M
Vocal - V

Provisional Tic Disorder - VT

Sensory Processing Disorder - SP

Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder - SC

Tourette's Syndrome - T
Combined Vocal and Multiple Motor Tic Disorder - CM

Transient Tic Disorder - TD

Antisocial Personality Disorder - AsP

Avoidant Personality Disorder - AvP

Borderline Personality Disorder - BP

Dependent Personality Disorder - DdP

Histrionic Personality Disorder - HP

Narcissitic Personality Disorder - NP

Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder - OP

Paranoid Personality Disorder - PD

Personality Disorder Not Otherwise Specified - PN
Personality Disorder-Trait Specified - PT
Unspecified Personality Disorder - UP
Depressive Personality Disorder - DeP
Passive-Aggressive Personality Disorder - PaP
Sadistic Personality Disorder - SaP
Self-Defeating Personality Disorder - SdP

Psychopathy - Ps

Schizoid Personality Disorder - Sp

Schizotypal Personality Disorder - St

Aphantasia - Ap

Attention-Deficit Disorder - ADD
Attention-Deficit Hyperactive Disorder - AH
Combined - C
Primarily Inattentive - I
Primarily Hyperactive - H

Autism Spectrum Disorder - AS
Asperger's Syndrome - As

Misophonia - M

Non-Disordered Neuronarration - NN
Immersive Daydreaming - ID

Non-Disordered Plurality - NDP
Otherwise Disordered Plurality - ODP
Plurality Without Disorder Labels - PDL

Schizophrenia - S
Catatonic - C
Disorganized - D
Paranoid - P
Residual - R
Undifferentiated - U

Synesthesia - Sy
Common Subtypes
Auditory-Tactile - A
Chromesthesia - C
Grapheme-Color - G
Kinesthetic - K
Lexical-Gustatory - L
Mirror-Touch - M
Ordinal Linguistic Personification - O
Spatial-Sequence - S