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How to stop my wife from having Hallucinations ?

About 3 years back my wife suffered from a mental disorder, she used to say the neighbors are conspiring against us, they will kill us, they will do harm to her only brother, even while watching tv programs she used to say that the character is thinking to do harm to us. Initially I use to ignore it but when I understood that it is mental disorder I consult a psychiatrist , after taking medicine (tolaz, lopaz ) she recovered. Now all most after three years (surprisingly in the same month) again she talks off context, does not like my friends and relatives, talks about our family friends who have gone far from our place long back. She is 35. We do not have any relational problem. We have two daughters. She is house wife, she sings well. I need some help please help me...
Asked On : Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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Symptoms are suggestive of paranoid schizophrenia. Some patients may relapse after initial recovery. She may need long term treatment even after recovery to prevent relapse.
Answered: Wed, 29 Jun 2011
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