I have been on Xyrem for two months. I also take 60mg of prozac and 20 mg of adderall twice a day. Lately, I have been hearing conversations, seeing people, seeing objects, reading texts from friends, having conversations, watching movies, etc and then realizing I had dreamed the exact thing in a dream some previous time ago. When i realize this I can vividly see the dream in my mind and remember what i was thinking during this. Ex- I saw a guy and i remember thinking " i don't know who on earth this is, but i need to remember him". and then later i met a guy and i kept asking him if i had met him before because he looks so familiar. I realized later he was the guy in my dream. Stuff like this has occurred tons of times. Sound familiar to anyone??? Maybe?
Actually yes, but for me it was prior to taking Prozac. For about three months I had a dream that built upon itself everynight. I would have the original dream plus something new, every night. That was two years ago. And I won't get into any details it was freaky. Well the dream restarted two months ago. It has stopped but I'll see people now that were in my dream. Strange stuff dreams are. Now they stopped again when I started taking Prozac but the 10th day after I started taking Prozac I did at 3:12 am see someone walk past my bedroom door inside my house. Freaked me out, I live alone so if something happens no one would know for days. It's why I own guns. And keep them close. Turns out though that previous day I had thought I should distribute them around the house as you never know where you'll be when you need one. I forgot to leave one in the bedroom. I consider that a hallucinizational warning. But since then nothing.
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