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What is your current worst symptom(s) of sz or sza? Including both positive and negative symptoms

Was my answer bad

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Nope. It was fine.
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I don’t have positive symptoms any more. But I’m suffeingr from cognitive impairment, avolition and fatigue.

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I would say some mild religious delusions, though I’m not sure about them being delusions. I think the devil is after me, stuff like that, and I’m doing minor things God wants do. I supposed to see my pdoc Tuesday. I should probably tell him this stuff.

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I agree @Blueone65 . You should. Don’t want to see you spiral.

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Thanks @Bowens. I don’t want to get your topic locked. I talked to the new therapist today, and I really like him. He’s recovered from alcohol and opioid abuse, so he knows where I’m coming from.

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Homicidal ideation is my worst at the moment. Along with delusional thinking.

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My worst symptom is intrusive thoughts (not sure if this is sz). Also, the occasional voices.

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The voices insult me frequently. I’m tired a lot of the time, probably because of the schizophrenia, and diabetes. There are too many little tasks in each day, tasks that I don’t want to do. I feel super isolated because of my health issues. (Part of it is my own darn fault.)

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This will sound vain but hair thinning. Imo.

Lack of ability to exercise the same as before

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Voices, and lack of energy and focus.

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I’d say the mood swings but its manageable.

Sorta got my negative symptoms under control.

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The negative symptoms. It’s such a fight to get moving to do anything. I’d spend the entire day in my chair watching TV if I could.

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The worst sz symptom is paranoia

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U must mean the constant anxiety. :grin::wink:

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Anxiety and paranoia.
They go together

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paranoia and thought broadcasting. judy

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as always, paranoia and decifering what’s real, over-thinking things too much,
but also it can switch from a lot of anxiety
where I’m talking non-stop (Phil hates it),
to depression, where I just close up.

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