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Extremely Afraid Dark Schizophrenia
If a child is extremely afraid of dark, does that mean that he is going to suffer from schizophrenia later?
Unrelated generally: Being extremely afraid of the dark is generally unrelated to schizophrenia. Yes, if they are already seeing visions then it's linked, but more likely the fear is due to attachment issues, emotional immaturity, severe insecurity, or just plain overactive imagination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mental disorder with positive, negative & cognitive sxs. A person with positive sxs loses touch with reality with hallucinations or delusions. Negative sxs: lack of pleasure; failing to take care of every day functions; losing motivation; inability to carry out plans & isolation. Cognitive symptoms could include problems focusing, memory problems or difficulty understanding ...Read more
You are past the age: Generally schizophrenia is recognized in young adulthood or late teens. It is possible to have psychotic symptoms arise in older people, but they'd probably not be schizophrenia related. See a psychiatrist to describe the symptoms that concern you. Try to relax - fear will make everything much worse. You'll be doing the right thing to see an expert. ...Read more
I'm afraid i will have a schizophrenia relapse while on a two month holiday. How can I prevent this?
Continue treatment: If at all possible do not discontinue treatment. Talk to your doctor to ensure treatment is not disrupted during this time. ...Read more
My husband has had schizophrenia for about 18 years now. We have a son. My problem is that my son is always afraid. Can he have his father's sickness ?
I think I have paranoia schizophrenia and should see a doc but i'm scared they will think i'm a hypocodreact what do I do i'm afraid i'm going crazy!
See a good doctor!: Being afraid to see a doctor is consistent with being paranoid, but other conditions like bipolar disorder, anxiety & med. Side effects may cause similar symptoms. I advise seeing a good psychiatrist- it is important to get treatment. I see no reason why they'll think you're a hypochondriac. You might also consider seeing a holistic doctor to explore complementary approaches. Please see comment:. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I revealed that I have an alien in the base of my brain that cause my psychotic symp 2 psych afraid will diagnosis w/schizophrenia can it be something else?
Alien at base of bra: It is most likely a psychotic symptom, but can be from psychotic depression, bipolar disorder, delusional disorder, or schizophrenia/schzoaffective disorder. However there can be organic medical illness that cause such delusions from delirium, and brain.Spinal cord abnormalities, especially in the presence of an infection or metabolic abnormality. I suggest that you get a physical ; labs. ...Read more
See a psychiatrist: You may have symptoms of it, or just anxiety about this diagnosis (for a reason? Like family history of it?) however it is unlikely that the first symptoms would start at your stated age (mainly for males, in females around 28 it s still common, not sure what s your gender). Anyway, rather than stay terrified, see a psychiatrist. We are generally very nice and understanding, nothing to be scared. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fear of illness: You are very young and sometimes anxiety might turn into unrealistic worries. Schizophrenia is a very well known disorder with specific symptoms. Anxiety is very common due to multiple causes, but it is not usually related to the presence or onset of schizophrenia. It would help if you get soem counseling regarding your anxiety and your fear of illness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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