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Instant schizophrenia, sadism, urges to kill. Symptoms disappeared post head injury. Treatment?

I was diagnosed with light insanity schizophrenia and sadism but with self control i never harmed anyone Last week someone ran into me and i hit my head really hard and now its all gone the voices the urges to kill all of it i know it should like a good thing but i cannot handle it its like im someone else and its scary i dont know what to do.
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Hi. It is not clear from your statement that you have undergone required investigations or not. If not than it is required to get investigated by neurologist as such symptoms , just not get vanished by head injury. If you got investigated and all is well and you are not having your previous symptoms than you must be feeling all this due to sudden change in your baseline behaviour. As you are not use to such self you are feeling not being your self. All you will need to visits a psychologist who will help you with therapy to deal with this change . With in some sessions you will be able to see the difference in your situation.
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Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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