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    Daytime Hallucinations with 4 years old girl
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    An_262240 posted:
    My 4 years old granddaughter is having hallucinations during the day and at night about snakes, bugs and bees. She will point to where they are. She will be hungry but won't eat. She says that they will not let her eat or sleep. She won't go to the bathroom because she says that they are in there. My granddaughter has started to use the bathroom in her pants. She is scared all of the time. I don't know what to do or what to tell my daughter what to do. Please help
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    That child needs to be seen by a doctor and/or child psychologist ASAP. Mental illnesses do occur in children.
    Pround mom of PJ (7) and Kylee (5).


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