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Not bringing it up immediately isn't really wrong. It depends on whether you trust that therapist enough to reveal that issue. Wait and see, and when you're confident enough (you'll know when you are) bring it up. It may even happen naturally, like you're talking about something else and it culminates into MDD. Take your time and have patience, so long as you don't hesitate beyond necessity you'll be fine.
I think it's totally okay not to tell the first session. Do you know your therapist before? Anyway I think you have to build trust first. I think I wouldn't mention MDD upfront too. But maybe you will manage to mention some clues like having problems to focus on something or whatever...
I think we feel embarassed about MDD. More known mental issues like depression are more accepted by society. But daydreaming is just a childish way of wasting time.
Maybe search for a scientific paper describing MDD and bring it to the sessions. Just to show in case you manage to mention MDD or your therapist asks the right questions... A paper maybe let you feel more secure that your terapist's gonna believe and listen.
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