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Should My Friend Still Go To Work If He Has Schizophrenia
Is it controlled?: Is your friend being treated for schizophrenia, and is the schizophrenia controlled? Is he or she a danger to himself and/or others? If your friend answers yes to any of these questions, or with your observation you answer yes to any of these questions, strongly advise your friend to see a psychiatrist before going to work. Schizophrenia is a treatable psychiatric condition. ...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
If a teenager says they have an imaginary friend, could this be a sign of schizophrenia or something?
It is unusual: Imaginary friends are a common phenomenon in children, up to about age 5-6. Most teens have a clear sense of "normal" behavior and would not likely have an imaginary friend. Let alone tell others. It the teen is doing well otherwise, probably no need for concern; but, it wouldn't hurt to ask what purpose the "friend" serves. And, if the teen is avoiding real friends, help might be needed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My friend just stopped abusing oxycontin, she thinks she has schizophrenia because she is seeing someone who isn't really there. Is this a side effect?
Could be: Withdrawl symptoms could involve hallucinations such as you describe. Lots of things come in to play here - how much she was taking, how often she used, how quickly she is withdrawing - is she stopping cold turkey without the oversight of a doc? I would be a good friend and encourage her to get clean, but she likely needs professional help to do that, and could be dangerous if she doesn't get help. ...Read more
My friend is suffering of schizophrenia stage 2.Doctors say it can be due to daily intake of weed for a year. Is weed that harmful?
MJ is a drug/illicit: Wheat is also known as cannabis, marijuana, mj, and is considered an illicit drug, in the status of a narcotic, schedule one. And someone who has underlying schizophrenia, it may make the symptoms appear worse, or sooner, since it does affect the brain, and cognition, and memory. A lot depends on how much he was smoking, and for how long. This is what his doctor's worried about. ...Read more
My friend is suffering from stage 2 schizophrenia.His doctor stated, its because of weed he use to smoke daily since a year. Is weed that harmfull?
Unlikely: To my knowledge, there is no definitive research that supports this conclusion. More likely is that genetics influenced the development of schizophrenia. It's possible that heavy marijuana use sped up the process. Also likely he was in the prodromal stage of schizophrenia and was using marijuana to mask the symptoms he was having. Your friend will need your support. Good luck to you both. ...Read more
Hoe does catatonic schizophrenia work? Do the patients know what's going on when they are not responding"staring out", do all of them stare out?Forget?
Can you go back & forth with schizophrenic symptoms to normal then back & forth again my 32 yr old son with CP has been showing many signs of schizophrenia. He has been seen by his family dr and a neurologist. His blood work & CT were completely normal.
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