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    Auditory hallucinations
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    An_252636 posted:
    I'm gonna try to keep this "short". I'm a bit relieved after reading some of your stories here. I already have a host of problems. Chronic pain along with "mental health" issues. ADD...OCD...and of course the anxiety...depression you'd probably expect to go with it. I'm on "long term" hydrocodone for the physical "stuff" and then for the mental "stuff" I'm on sertaline...bupropion...ropinirole...and finally...adderall. So...my "proverbial" plate was full as far as I was concerned. Then the music from "nowhere" started. Shortly after that the sirens began. Now...the last couple nights when I go to bed I hear a group of young voices thru my window! Like a small group of teenagers in the yard next door. To be honest...I didn't want to look out to see if they were "real" or not. But...I doubt it. It would be a "first" and I've lived in this house about 12 years. All of it sounds "faraway". I can hear voices singing but I can't make out the words. All the music but for one song is unfamiliar to me. Some of it is quite pretty...if it were real I'd enjoy it! I can't make out the words being spoken outside either. The sirens are the most consistent. Nearly ALL my waking hours. Sometimes the same time as the music! Lest you think it's neighbors or the sirens are real...I can assure you that's not the case. I'm constantly checking my rearview mirror in the car! I can't hear it whlile I play music or when I rarely "watch" something on tv. I will be seeing both my neurologist and shrink in a couple weeks. It's impossible to get in sooner. So! As I started out saying...I'm relieved abit to hear your stories! I was beginning to think I was finally "falling into the deep end" this time! It will be easier to deal with it now...until I see my doctors at least. So much for being "short"!
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