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what is the hallucinations are just auditory? if it's left untreated is there a big possibility that the disease will be worsened?

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YES: You should see a doctor to get checked out and possible referred to a psychiatrists for treatment. If you wait it will likely get worse and cause other problems. Deal with this now before it gets to be a crisis.
Answered on Nov 3, 2016
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Dr. Bernard Seif
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Hallucinations: of any kind need to be treated. These symptoms can erode the quality of life of the person involved. When treated life can improve. Peace and good health.
Answered on Nov 4, 2016

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