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... Hi! My brother is a schizophrenic and although he had an episode at the age of 17; it was not full blown until he was 24. We did not know what was wrong with him and this was 24 years ago. I often feel that if he had treatment, earlier, the illness might not have progressed to the point it did. The new medications for this illness are wonderful with very few side... (5 replies)
... This is actually the first time I have visited this site, but I have been wondering about my paranoid delusions for several years now. ... (5 replies)
... Aw! Thanks so much, CuriousLearner! That was very sweet of you! ... (5 replies)

... Nobody takes me seriously here when I tell them that I have these kind of issues...they make it into a joke. It's amazing what all your mind can convince yourself of, u know? ... (5 replies)
... compulsive is a lifelong diagnosis, but you can get better. It is most likely that both you and I will have obsessions all of our lives, even with CBT and medications, but the important thing is that CBT helps us block our obsessions and not let them take over our lives. ... (5 replies)
... as obsessed with going to hell. He was said to have severe Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, so what you have could just be an obsession that is linked to some kind of anxiety disorder like OCD, not necessarily schizophrenia. ... (5 replies)
... is treatable with antipsychotic drugs has led scientists to look for the origins of severe mental disorders in abnormal brain chemistry. ... (5 replies)
... IT is hard to figure out whether a person takes drugs because it relieves symptoms of schizophrenia, or whether the drugs triggered the underlying schizophrenia. ... (21 replies)
... I'm assuming that you've read alot of information on the internet about psychosis... ... (44 replies)
... My community patient nurse has diagnosised me as psychosis but my psychiatrist says I've got a paranoid illness , How do they differentiate between all the different symptoms and make a correct diagnosis. ... (21 replies)
... is that everyone here can relate to what you said, about looking for someone who can relate to you... I gotta say that there are lots of people who look on these forums for opportunites to help those in need... ... (12 replies)
... For about a year now i have had psychosis with depression and paranoia. I hear voices that are very critical of me and often tell me to harm myself. Sometimes i see dark figures in my room which are very scary! ... (3 replies)
Seeing things
Nov 14, 2005
... ally Bipolar involves grandiose hallucinations and delusions where as Schizophrenic hallucinations are generally auditory but can be any type and any combination of different types. ... (3 replies)
... Well the sort of dilusions i have are about people conspiring against me, cameras everywhere, people talking in codes and people in disguise. ... (21 replies)
... No I really don't think I have schitzophrenia either. I dont hear voices or see things, but I do have strong suggestions. I mean, well....maybe paranoid thoughts and my fear rises to a high level. It's like I'm unable to make sense out of things. Simple things even. ... (5 replies)
What should I do?
Jun 19, 2006
... First of all, you should really seek help. ... (7 replies)
... In addition to that, I need some afterthought to determine whether the positive symptoms of schizophrenia materialized due to underlying illness, or as a withdrawal symptoms of halting the meds too abruptly. ... (58 replies)
... I had in 2006. If I read about how the voices a person hears says bad things to them or how angry their auditory hallucinations become, it immediately reminds me of the voices I used to hear 3 years ago. At that time, I heard up to 20 different voices who spoke about very disturbing things. ... (8 replies)
... I want to try to help you, but I'm not sure if I will be able to. First of all, in order to be diagnosed with schizophrenia, you have to exhibit two types of symptoms for at least a month. Paranoia and delusions are considered to be one symptom. Only in extreme cases can you be diagnosed with only 1 type of symptom. ... (5 replies)
... Compulsive Disorder if you ask me, and I'm surprised that this hasn't been brought up. There's also some signs of mild schizophrenia or mania there, too. ... (74 replies)




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