Are there hidden spy cameras that are small enough to be implanted in your face or in your ear? There is a camera on me I believe, but I can’t hear it or feel it. Is it possible? If you know of any, can you please post the link to this thread?
This delusion is consuming you and ruining you life from what I can see. I’d consider mentioning Clozapine to your psychiatrist and see what they say.
Schizophrenia isn’t an electromagnetic phenomenon. If it were, a faraday cage would “cure” a person temporarily. It totally doesn’t.
I told you the adrenochrome theory, that is more plausible than someone injecting cameras into your eyes or brain without you knowing.
Can you explain it to me again if you don’t mind?
So do you still believe your life is in danger? You are still here
Glad to hear from you again.
From your initial post on this topic…
Knew you wouldn’t be able to. No. The technology doesn’t exist other than in your delusions. I say this as the proud owner of several spy cams.
Hey @see121. Glad to hear from you. I still believe my life is in danger. It is so tough.
I would have kept it to one post but my post got closed.
you really sound delusional to me…if you are taking meds and are in contact with a psychiatrist please say so…I think you need a med adjustment…tell your psychiatrist what you tell us and he or she can help you…trust the doctors…
That’s because you continually present as someone who is looking to have your delusions validated rather than removed. This site has a recovery focus and your posts tend not to. You also wind up those with similar delusions and obviously make them sicker as well. The mods are probably going to keep locking your stuff.
I’ll tell you flat out. No. There are not hidden cameras in your eyes or anything else. You could scientifically prove it if you could have a medical team scan your eyes or brain or whatever else. It could be proven false, and would be. Not to say your delusion might try and make up a reason for that, paranoia, distrust etc, erodes rationality.
It’s easy for me to say this as someone who experienced similar delusions but am now medicated, but you can’t see outside of your delusion unless you are on your medications, the right medication and the right dose, and time.
I don’t read PKD because it’s genre is paranoid fiction and I’m already delusional lol.
He has really good books though. I try to stick with math books or popular physics books.
During my worst days of first time psychosis, I thought there were cameras in my parent’s house, in my sister’s house, thought broadcasting, it was a disaster and finally one day I asked my sister, is there a hidden camera in the house? She said what are you talking about? Since I trust her, I felt relieved.
Nobody cares about you to implant a camera in your ear or face. you are nobody, just an average human. So don’t worry about it, live your life and try getting better.
I’ve been on medication for a few years.
I wonder if you went to have an x-ray image of your head done and it showed up clean with no hidden devices, would you believe it?
I had an MRI through a neurologist and he told me I didn’t have schizophrenia. For some odd reason, he left or quit his practice after that lol. He wasn’t that nice, and didn’t like the fact that my mom kept telling him I’m intelligent.
If you’re looking specifically for a confirmation, you have to look at a doctor who specifically does implants. I wouldn’t do it, but some do. If it’s in the brain, obviously there’s nothing they can do. I watched the netflix movie patient 17 and they only could tell once the implant was removed. They do all sorts of weird tests.
I figured I just don’t care. I just need more welfare money.
I prefer doctors who aren’t so stigmatizing. I liked the Indian neurologist because he believed in past lives I think and same thing with my current psychiatrist who is black. Both are good. Can’t find a doctor who believes my story yet.
Yes, then I’ll believe it.
You’ll need to find a radiologist with knowledge of the anatomy of the head who you can tell about your suspicions. They can then do the appropriate x-ray, show you the x-ray image, show the places you suspect the camera could be at, explain the anatomical details, and tell you if there are any strange abnormalities.
A camera is an electronic device that should quite easily show up on x-ray images. Here’s an image of a pacemaker, an electronic device:
I don’t know if they would do an x-ray without a referral where you live. Antipsychotics are normally the first things they will try.
If clozapine or other antipsychotics do not work for you, perhaps you could tell your GP or psychiatrist that it’s a delusion that affects your life a lot, and that you seek to get rid of it, and that an x-ray could provide solid evidence.