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Update: MY AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS ARE FINALLY GONE (for the most part)

Haloperidol really did the trick. If ANYBODY is still suffering from auditory hallucinations I recommend asking your psychiatrist about haloperidol. I thought I was treatment-resistant until I tried this.

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It’s always good to hear good news !

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thats wonderful. My mom has been on this for a few years now and her symptoms have not returned. Wishing you much success. She has seen a complete revival of her life, and has gotten better.

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That is awesome! Glad it worked for you! I have been hallucination free for three years now!

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My loud voices left on the 22nd January 2019 at 5:30pm, il never forget it. They came back in the form of whispers on the 16th September 2019 at around 7:30pm but I don’t hear them when I’m distracted. I guess you could say I’m voice free like you as well

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I am very happy for you. What other med did you try?

First generation antipsychotics like that one will give me horrible akathisia 100% guaranteed. I’ll be pacing around the house for hours and hours and hours. I don’t even consider them.

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My Two Cent’s.

“haldol” is Ferocious.

It’s Like Drinking 5 Large Cups of Coffee in Five Minutes.

My Advice.

Work With Your Voices.

We Were Not Meant to Take Severe Injections Or Swallow Endless Pills.

IMHO (For What it’s Worth).

Listen.

Be Patient.

Send Peace.

Cautiously Optimistic.

Listen to Commonsense.

Listen to Your Trusted Doctor, Or Doctors.

And Take it One Day At a Time.

Don’t Rush.

Relax, And Never Give Up On Yourself… . … :100:

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Congratulations! That’s good you feel better. I used to take Haloperidol yet it’s a very strong drug and found it overpowering. I now take Clopixol. To be honest I have found you can waste a lot of time getting older on antipsychotics, I was diagnosed at 20, I’m now 31! 32 in July.

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Lucky mine wont go away

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Welcome to the forum Justin!

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