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Detached From Reality
Derealization: Derealization: an alteration in the perception or experience of the external world so that it seems strange or unreal. From a psychodynamic perspective, derealization is a psychological defense mechanism that can protect one against a variety of negative feelings, conflicts, or experiences. There are medical/neurological causes of this phenomena as well, so--in either case--please see your doctor. ...Read more
I have social phobia because of fearness of being unappreciated & unrespected from others,this gives me fearness from confronational situations ?
See a mental health: ccounselor,like a psychologist,to discuss this problem. You may also need medication for this-prescribed by Psychiatrist ...Read more
Many: These are conditions in which the retina, the visual film at the back of the eye, becomes loosened from its moorings which disturbs the vision and can cause permanent loss of not fixed. Bleeding can also lift off the retina but more commonly causes a blockage of vision by covering up the front of the retina. See your retinal ophthalmologist for diagnosis and treatment which is possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO: Retinal hemmorhage requires high velocity back-and-forth motion. Simple impact, especially from the low height of a typical couch cushion to the floor wouldn't do it. There is an extensive scientific literature about this and some controversy about alternative explanations for the bleeding, all too detailed to summarize here. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thoughts all over the place, from suicide to being the best employee ever. Not my thoughts, i'm quite logical. Psychosis starting?
Yes and no: Psychosis is a part of schizophrenia, but not all psychosis is schizophrenia and many forms of psychosis are fully reversible. Unfortunately, schizophrenia is a chronic mental illness and though the symptoms can be well controlled, there is no cure. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Severe Anxiety, Depression Toppled With Difficulties Talking To Anyone/Lashing Out.. Happiest When In Toilet, Spend Hours There Hiding From All?
See below: I think it would be good to see a mental health provider to have an evaluaton of your symptoms. I am wondering if you have family or friends you can talk to. Perhaps a therapist can help you explore reasons why you isolate yourself. Sometimes painful interactions w/ others or social anxiety can cause you to withdraw into a safe place. You should alos have an eval by a primary care physician. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
How to handle intrusive negative thoughts and memories from the past in the same environment it happened in?
Seek help: Talk to your doctor about this. If you can avoid the environment then that would be ideal until you have had some counseling. It is important to recognize when the intrusive thoughts begin and head them off at the pass. Meditation, prayer, singing or simplying switching to a different train of thought may be possible. If the trauma you had was severe then counseling is needed. ...Read more
I'd rather deal with the issues of my depression, anorexia, ptsd, self-harm & suicidal ideation myself than involve professionals, is this possible?
You deserve help: I want to say this gently- if you were able to control and correct these symptoms, my guess is that you would have already done so by now. If what you have done to date hasn't worked, i encourage you to be open to accepting professional assistance. Take care. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Are quick changes in mood, shifts in personality, identity confusion, and feeling distant from reality something I should be really concerned about?
You sound concerned: about these symptoms and should consider consulting with a psychologist or psychiatrist to figure out what is happening. There could be varied reasons for them. Talking about what is happening with a professional is the best way to figure it out. ...Read more
Traumatic things: Most often it is painful, traumatic events or even entire time periods in which they occurred. Could be things like war, abuse, accidents, or disasters that the person has experienced or witnessed. Can also forget anything which might be a triggering connection to the painful events. For instance, i know people who cannot remember anything of their childhoods below age 8-10. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What psych dis. Does a person w/delusions, belief alien in brain & hallucinations visual & tactical & thought insertions & be high functioning in life?
Good treatment : It's unusual for someone experiencing these symptoms without treatment to be high functioning, but it does happen for short periods. The movie "a beautiful mind" gives a good depiction. Elyn saks wrote "the center cannot hold" about the struggles of living with schizophrenia and trying to stay high functioning. In all cases getting treatment is key to living life to it's full potential. ...Read more
EBV positive Weakness decreased sensation from top to toe inc.scalp face,gums, loss of orgasmic sensation loss of emotions feelings empathy cognition?
Please see: Please see a immunologist to have a further evaluation. ...Read more
Depersonalization: This has a wide range of severity. It can range from sporadic and fleeting experiences in youth -- which are quite common -- all the way to the severe and disabling pathological depersonalization disorder. It can accompany other conditions like generalized anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder. Emotional abuse in childhood may also predispose to both the nonclinical and pathological forms. ...Read more
I am experiencing cloudy or blurred vision (quality: blurring of distant objects, blurring of nearby objects) (time frame: gradual onset) . From ripped cornea. Using Vigamox. ?
Examination : If you haven't had an exam, make one now. You're treating yourself with Vigamox™ which is likely helping to protect from infection but your blurry vision could be from corneal scarring or inflammatory reaction. An Eye MD will be able to tell you if additional anti inflammatory medication is required. You may also need prophylactic treatment if you suffer from recurrent epithelial erosions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is the brain fog, tinnitus, swaying feeling from verstibular neuritis a life sentece? 5 months of this now, doing therapy but some improvement!
Not lifelong i hope: Vestibular neuritis can be caused by a virus and can resolve over time. Unfortunately when you experience this condition, it is quite incapacitating. It usually takes several months for the symptoms to improve depending upon the cause. Your doctor will have a better understanding of your case based on your history and the likely etiology of your neuritis. I hope you get better soon! ...Read more
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