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... we don't know what they are. Each one of these experiences I don't seem to remember what happened. We currently believe that it is either an absent seizure or a catatonic experience. ... (16 replies)
... be a flash back to a traumatic experience n her life that puts her in this state. ... (2 replies)
I Am Terrified.
Jan 23, 2014
... a is not incoherent or "out of it" as one may say. In fact, Schizophrenic's not only test with high I.Q. results, but are able to be entirely coherent during the experience of an episode. This is because Schizophrenia does not range from severe to psycho only. ... (8 replies)

... exist. I know it does. I'm just saying, from a very logical standpoint, that human's relate to the world on an almost purely perceptual basis. In this sense, our experience is not truly real. We exist, but our consciousness...anyway, blah, blah, blah... ... (16 replies)
... psychotic episode 2 years ago, they pumped me up with all kinds of antipsychotics and mood stabilizers causing me to be catatonic for 17 hours straight. ... (2 replies)
... I know that you out there are not doctors but have valuable experience that may contribute to this post. ... (5 replies)
... I was hospitalized last year for my first manic episode. It was a very frightening experience for me because I was in denial about my hallucinations and delusions and couldn't tell fantasy from reality. ... (24 replies)
... halfreality wrote "i have to disagree. Not all schizophrenics experience loss of insight. Especially in the early stages of the illness when the onset is slow.many people with schizophrenia are aware that they are ill... ... (83 replies)
... being irritable and argumentative can be the result of many conditions: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder. One can be irritable and arguementative simply due to stress..OR simply because that';s the type of person they are. While schizophrenics can experience irritability and become arguementative like anyone else, it is not concidered a key symptom to the disorder and... (83 replies)
... Bipolar I and Bipolar II. Bipolar I is generally characterized by one or more manic episodes. Also, many people diagnosed with type I experience one or more major depressive episodes. ... (9 replies)

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