I am a 44 year old woman who suffers from bipolar II with anxiety. I started to have hallutinations about a year ago.. Sometimes i will remember them and sometimes i wake up in the ER after my kids would call 911 because i was talking way way out of my head.. i know i talk some weird stuff out of the blue and play it off alot. when i talked to psych the first time he blew me off, then was gonna start invega and changed him mind.. have done nothing since. i have moved to fl now and have go get a new dr... are any of these signs of shizohrenia or am i just certified? I do see some really weird things and and talk way out of my head if this helps
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