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Would you have Hallucinations, mixed when you have Cataract?





Summary: there is no Hallucinations, mixed reported by people with Cataract yet.

We study people who have Hallucinations, mixed and Cataract from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.

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Cataract

Cataract (clouding of the lens inside the eye) (latest reports from Cataract 17,647 patients)

Hallucinations, mixed

Hallucinations, Mixed (sensations that appear real but are created by your mind -mixed) has been reported by people with depression, pain, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, insomnia, parkinson's disease.(latest reports from Hallucinations, Mixed 1,796 patients)

On Nov, 27, 2014: No report is found.

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  • Has anyone got a cataract from spiriva?
    i had perfect vision and i used spiriva and now i have cataracts, had surgery on one eye now have to go back for my other eye ,
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  • I've taken suboxone for approximately 3 years zanex klonopine ativan adderal and ambian for about 6 months....i tapered the suboxone and zanex but went cold turkey off of everything else...
    I tapered the suboxone and zanex but went cold turkey off of everything else including smoking cigarettes. ..and began having delusional thoughts and hallucinations.Then I was put on several medications which seem to make it worse. (Depakote cogentin celexa visteril halodol and busbar). Does anyone know who I should see too treat this problem...or what your opinions are as to the real cause of the problem
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  • Hallucination reaction
    In July I had a horrible hallucination reaction due to the medication I take, I take the Risperdal, Zoloft, and Xanax at night due to my anxiety and depression and the lidocaine Benadryl and there was one more drug. those three were combined for a special mouthwash called magic mouth wash. Do you think the medicine was the cause of the reaction. I have never had a reaction like that in my life. I did hear that Zoloft can cause hallucinations and also that your not supposed to take Benadryl and Xanax together. if anyone knows about drug interactions or knows if that was the cause of my reaction please give me some information. I am now terrified to take any medicine and still have horrible flashbacks from that night. t
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  • Propfol hallucinations (1 response)
    horrible, extensive hallcinations during propofol-induced coma and for 2 weeks afterwords. Like bad LSD,

    but more convincing; 100% 'real'.
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  • Hallucination on diclofenac sodium (1 response)
    I experienced two horrible hallucinations when i was on this. The first it was early hours of the morning while i was in hospital asleep, i opened my eyes and saw like a demon nurse walking towards me, i was trying to scream but i was making quiet moaning noises instead, she came closer and closer with her arms stretched up in the air leaning forward. i blinked a few times and she went away. For the next couple of days i just assumed it was a very realistic dream i had. I was discharged a couple of days later and it was about 1pm when i started to feel dizzy and very tired to the point that i couldnt keep my eyes open. I only drifted off for about 10 minutes when i opened my eyes my friends were coming up my stairs and were in my sight as my room is an antic room. they asked me if i was coming downstairs and i tried replying that i felt ill and would be there soon, i asked for their help but noticed they were ingonoring me. everything was blury and i felt so dizzy i followed them half way down the stairs which i was really struggling to do i looked back at my bed and saw my physcial body still there, i blinked and i was back laid in my bed staring at the same spot. i tried about 4/5 times to go down the stairs but my physical body wasnt moving and kept putting me everytime i blinked. I looked down at my body and moved my legs but my physical body wasnt moving with my mental body. i was trying to get it to stick but it wouldnt.. i started to panick and thought oh my god im dead, im f**king dead. i finally managed to move and realised it was all a hullcination and was in such a state crying and shaking like mad because i thought i was dead. It was horrible and i stopped the diclofenac straight away. would much rather be in pain then go through anything like that again xx
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