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Review: could Cataract cause Hallucinations, mixed?
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Cataract (clouding of the lens inside the eye) (latest reports from 135,702 patients)
Hallucinations, mixed (sensations that appear real but are created by your mind -mixed) (latest reports from 8,770 patients) has been reported by people with depression, pain, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, insomnia, parkinson's disease.
On Aug, 23, 2014: No report is found.
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I can't bare loud sounds! Balloons are just freaking me out! I feel like the whole world is talking about me or planing and plotting against me to hurt me or kill me or attack me or just to make me feel miserable! There are balloons everywhere in my office and I feel like they are all going to burst any minute now I feel like everyone has purposely brought balloons to kill me! Please help me no one believes me! I cant see them anymore much but I can hear! I can constantly hear! I can't concentrate on work or anyone speak! I feel suffocated I feel like killing myself! I have major depression! I feel so alone and so so frustrated and irritated! Please help me I can't live like this! Make it stop! Please please make it stop!!!
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82 year old Mother woke 57 year old daughter at 3am and accused her of sneaking someone into the house. Then wouldn't allow Daughter to use the car to get to work. Fed dog two breakfasts. Episode lasted for several hours.
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He is a cancer patient with bowel cancer.he needs the medication because his tumour is hitting off his nerves
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Hallucinations, Mixed related symptom studies:
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (69 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Bipolar disorder (37 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Depression (168 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in High blood pressure (34 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Insomnia (55 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Multiple sclerosis (32 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Pain (110 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Parkinson's disease (55 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Psychotic disorder (33 reports)
- Hallucinations, Mixed in Stress and anxiety (41 reports)
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