I'm open to suggestions. My symptoms are auditory and visual hallucinations, and delusions.
Morton; Please contact a doctor is your best bet they all use different combinations and many don't like it when we go in and ask for the name of medications we want. Plus my friend we could type for hours for what is all used for that condition. Try and get in as soon as possible once you get used to taking the medications you will find that there is a lot more to life than what you have. And congratulations on knowing something is wrong. Many times it is a trial and error I have to be honest and some don't work right away it takes some time to try and be patient and make an appointment today if you can the sooner the better. You're in good shape you know something is not right and want to work on it. So many avoid these conditions but face it this is an illness just like anything else and nothing to be ashamed about. Try and keep in touch and let me know you're in and working with a doctor. been there done that. and the most important thing Morton is with this condition patients start to feel better and decide they don't need the medications. and stop it. WRONG IT IS THE MEDICATION KEEPING YOU IN CHECK NEVER FORGET THAT IT IS SO HARD TO REBALANCE PEOPLE THAT DO THIS. AGAIN FEEL FREE TO COME BACK AND LET US KNOW HOW YOU ARE DOING. THERE IS NOTHING YOU HAVE THAT THEY CAN'T HELP YOU WITH. JUST BE AS NICE AS YOU ARE HERE AND TELL THE DOCTOR WHAT IS UP THIS WAY THEY HAVE MORE PATIENTS WITH US. also you might think about writing the things that are going thru your head or your doing or whatever so you don't forget what you want to say or like some of us chicken out when the doctor is in the room because we don't get the doctor for very long. HANG IN THE GUY AND GO FOR IT. CHUCK1957
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