... Neurotic pride delusions!!!
ocd images (ocd hallucinations)....= music playing in head, mind echos, abrupt loud thoughts (no not the psychotic delusion of thoughts being broadcasted)......visual lights, and images, and colors.
affectiveness = depression for compulsingly doing something, elation/euphoria for accomplishing relief of thoughts. (0 replies)
... Listen though, someone with Schizophrenia or ANY intense psychological disorder does not dwell on things like this... People with OCD do. ... (1 replies)
... O OCD for about a year and a half now. It started as relationship OCD. ... (1 replies)
... A friend of mine also suffers from OCD and high levels of Anxiety, he had some hallucinations and psychotic behavior. With extreme levels of anxiety this may happen, therapy is what helped my friend get through that dark chapter of his live. ... (1 replies)
... o my psychiatrist he said they are intrusive thoughts and not hallucinations. I am diagnosed with bipolar disorder but one of my former psychs thought I had some OCD as well. So far I just live with it and am happy that these do not seem to intrude much into my head when I am very busy or active. ... (6 replies)
... You should see a therapist right away; especially if you are having hallucinations. (1 replies)
... i'm not an expert on BPD, but it certainly doesn't sound like OCD to me. HOWEVER, intrusive thoughts are NOT a symptom of everyone who suffers from the disorder. ... (4 replies)
... That definitely sounds like bipolar disorder to me. OCD is classified as an anxiety disorder so I don't think it's possible to have it without anxiety or distress. ... (4 replies)
... Hey, I and my whole family have OCD. I dont believe that you are schitzophrenic. My OCD has gone as far as to make me believe that someone wanted to kill me and this caused constant hallucinations, paranoia, etc. ... (8 replies)
... Hi summerem
I have EXACTLY the same thing! Worrying about it (and whether or not it was a feature of schizophrenia) is what triggered my anxiety (being paranoid about having an illness, particularly) and possible OCD.
But don't worry - it's completely normal. What you've described is called the "hypnagogic state" or "hypnagogic hallucinations." While it has similar... (6 replies)
... Hi was wondering if anyone can help me with this. Basically whats the difference between schizophrenia hallucinations and OCD unwanted thoughts. ... (1 replies)
... The last week and a half, the OCD is really taking off. It's not as bad as some of the stories I've read here, but it's driving everyone, including him, up the wall. ... (3 replies)
... It does sound like you're obsessing about things, and doesn't sound like actual hallucinations.
Have you had an eye exam in the last year? Or do you wear glasses for nearsightedness (which would give you poor peripheral vision)?
Even if your vision is fine, sometimes I imagine seeing out-of-place things out of the corner of my eye -- quite frequently, actually. But I'm on... (2 replies)
... ppointment with a different psychologist. After talking with him for a while and telling him everything he told me i don't have to worry about schiz, that i have OCD and possibly other anxiety disorders. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like it is different than the OCD syptoms. For instance, people with OCD do not have hallucinations. We also usually don't hear voices outside of our head, but we talk to ourselves constantly in our head. ... (2 replies)
... thanks for the reassurance!
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... it is unlikely you will. Most people with psychosis have their first break from reality in their late teen to early 20's. If you don't have visual or auditory hallucinations then I would trust your doctor on this one. ... (4 replies)
... People tell me this is "only" OCD and "it is just a thought disorder". But I doubt it is. Couldn't it be a very evil spirit? ... (2 replies)
... help for ocd is what has made the difference for me. ... (0 replies)
Thanks so much for clarifying this. :)
Some of those in the medical profession want those who suffer to think the worst because they want the business and want you to rely upon them for everything. It all involves money. (24 replies)