Review: could Hydrocephalus cause Hallucinations?
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Hallucinations (sensations that appear real but are created by your mind) (latest reports from 168,183 patients) has been reported by people with depression, pain, high blood pressure, parkinson's disease, quit smoking.
On Jul, 16, 2014: No report is found.
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Next day was fine normally working and smoking can't remember episode . Just remembers excessive vomiting, but normally when he has acid reflux vomiting he is very weak and tired and stomach burns for couple days later. Hallucinations after bringing him to, he got up walked to bed with help and sit edge bed fanning hand in air saying hold me hold me don't let them take, don't let them get me honey hold me tight.
From this study (2 months ago):
My mom has been taking Parkinson's medicine with dyclocimine (for irritable bowel syndrome) and dulcolax (for constipation). Since Saturday, she has had severe paranoid hallucinations. She hears, but mostly sees things that are not there. She was convinced that there were burglars in our house so she called the police twice. I need to know if these drugs mixed together can cause such horrible hallucinations. Should she completely stop taking the dyclocimine and dulcolax or can she still take them in moderation? Please help!
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Funto on May, 15, 2014:
16 hour drive. If the lights were on, all was fine, but if the lights were off and all there was the headlights, things would jump out of the shadows into the center vision. Robotic birds, women in brown cloaks, always rushing forward. there was screaming and ducking of the head the whole time and forgetting to be driving. Startled as if just waking up.
This type of experience is with 500-800mg of lyrica and only with a dark setting or eyes closed. Day time, shadows would appear in the peripheral zone of vision or audio disturbances such as echos.
Ross Nazimov on Sep, 14, 2013:
Any of my fellow guinea pigs and unsuspecting experiments who risk the worst possible illness, decay, pain and death all for the good of mankind, you are all saints! Can anyone describe details of their trips to that netherworld? I am asking mostly because it might give me a guage to measure just how fucking insane I've become / being able to easily tell you whats real and whats the creepiest NOT! would be helpful and an added bonus as well...
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