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Have hallucinations of seeing people and thinking they are trying to break into the house. Help

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my wife has severe hallucinations, seeing people and thank they are trying to break in the house
Posted Fri, 9 Aug 2013 in General Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Maruti Karale 45 minutes later
Hello!
Thanks for query.
Hallucination can occur in Parkinson disease. It can also be seen in other dementia disorders.
Treatment of underlying disease can control such symptoms.
More severe hallucinations may need treatment with antipsychotics.
Hope this answers your query.
Thank you.
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Follow-up: Have hallucinations of seeing people and thinking they are trying to break into the house. Help 20 hours later
we found out she has an enfection in the urinary track. would this cause it. she has been told she has the symptom of parkinson disease track
what is the best medicine for parkinson disease
 
 
Answered by Dr. Maruti Karale 8 hours later
Hello!
Thanks for reply.
Urinary tract infection can cause delirium during febrile episodes and in septicemia.But hallucinations is not a feature of urinary tract infection.
Drugs that can be used in parkinsons disease are levodopd ,carbidopd,MAO inhibitors etc.
Hope this answers your query.
Regards.
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