Not doing so well today


#1

So I’m having some symptoms today. Not my usual religious based symptoms. I keep seeing “die” written on the walls, seeing people that aren’t really there, and have the overwhelming feeling I’m being watched. My thinking seems a little slow and disorganized. Hopefully this is just a minor hiccup.


#2

Did you take your meds? Maybe you forgot them.


#3

I took my risperdal last night and I got my Invega injection yesterday. Took my depakote and Zoloft this morning. Haven’t forgotten anything.

I think I know what could’ve triggered this increase in symptoms however.


#4

Maybe you didn’t get enough sleep then. I always feel like I am being watched but I would tell your doctor about the hallucinations.


#5

I have an appointment with my therapist this afternoon and will talk with her about it. Thanks!


#6

Sorry you’re having trouble @Dreamer. Definitely talk to your therapist about these things. Hope things get better for you soon.


#7

I’m sorry. Sometimes I have symptoms when I’m stressed more than usual. Is something upsetting you?


#8

There is something upsetting me. I had to have my dog put to sleep yesterday. She was really sick. First time I had to do that as she was the first dog I’ve ever had. Had her for 9 years.


#9

Sorry to hear about your dog. I know that must’ve been very hard for you. Maybe, with time and healing, you can get another one. Hope you feel better soon.


#10

Oh my god, I’m so sorry. That’s a terrible thing to have to deal with. It’s no wonder you’re having breakthrough symptoms. Give yourself a few days to calm down and I’m sure you will be feeling much better. It takes some time to get over such a huge loss. If you don’t mind I would like to give you a hug (((hug))) feel better soon


#11

Oh no, I’m so sorry to hear about your dog, that’s really sad. I hope these horrible experiences pass soon. Maybe if/when you feel up to it you could put together a collection of your favourite photos of her, so that you can focus on your happy memories of her. Really feel for you.


#12

So sorry to hear about your dog. You have my deepest condolences. That would definitely give me breakthrough symptoms. Hope you feel better soon.


#13

I’m so sorry about your dog. That’s so sad. It’s probably why you’re symptomatic. At least you’re aware that you’re hallucinating. I’m glad you’re going to talk to your therapist today.