I have complex delusions like what you described, but not hallucinations
I guess my delusions are pretty complex too but my psychiatrist in the hospital wrote some notes about me rambling about the end of the world. I only saw a few notes from that trip to the hospital.
I tried to get copies but they told me they were federally protected and I couldn’t have them.
During my exit interview the doctor asked me if I recognized him and I said no I had never met him before. He proceeded to tell me that when I first got there he was my doctor. I was out of it. No telling what I told that guy. My paranoia grew intense.
Another long story.
It’s called biolocation, being in two places at once. This used to happen to me a bit, now sometimes things are missing, like furniture… this a resonance thing I believe. Everything has its own vibration, and when I take my medication it changes mine. What I think is solid can begin to melt away or just disappear… I’m not sure what to call it. We live in a multiverse and there is so much we don’t know.
When, after weed, I was feeling that I pee on myself. I was actually feeling it flowing. And I was looking/checking my pants constantly.
Also when I saw a white being full of light. It scared me. Now I rarely have visual hallucinations. But I had in the past
Om did u hear voices before u were 27 years old? Uve only been diagnosed 2 years right?
What was it like before then?
No, I started hearing a whisper in my ear “lunatic, crazy” and after some weeks I was hearing eloquent voices. It was my first episode.
Before schizophrenia, I was schizotypal all my life. Bizarre and odd. I had delusions since kid. But not voices. You?
I think the worst hallucination i got, was sort of a combination of hallucination and delusion, was the feeling that i had a microchip inserted under the skin on my temple. It bothered me so much that i tried to cut it out.
Never heard the term. I accused my PDoc of slipping me some LSD. Haven’t tried quitting meds again since that happened.
yes, shadow people
but the auditory hallunciations have been the worst
I don’t count the ones that happen when I wake up in
the middle of the night
not sure if that has anything to do with schizophrenia,
maybe it’s just hypno-whatever.
My worst hallucinations are either voices telling me (usually in very intimidating voice) to jump off a building, spiders crawling on me, or one of my visual hallucination carrying a knife and threatening to kill me if I didn’t commit suicide.
In fact, I have spiders crawling on me right now. I can’t see them, but I feel like they are crawling in my arms.
I’m starting to get used to them, but I’m frightened by them- always.
I used to get the same tactile hallucinations to. Though they went away after abilify.
I was on abilify, and it didn’t work so well with me. I’m glad that your tactile hallucinations went away! They’re so awful to deal with. I have them when I try to sleep, and it’s so terrifying.
I had one before that my legs felt like they were on fire.
I feel and see the spiders too, I hate it. Creeps me out and makes it hard to sleep.
Intense pain that feels like I’m being burned on the stake whenever I go into sunlight…
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