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Talk to self, seeing and conversing with imaginary people. Reason, treatment?

Hello my name is Josie and I m 13, 14 in October. I think I m going mad, when I m alone in my room or just alone I talk to myself but not really myself I can see people, and they reply but they can be as simple as my friends or family to celebrities and I just have conversations with them, as if they were there and if it s a celebrity I m always a celebrity boy and I just. I really need some help but I don t know who to ask or what to do, please.
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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These symptoms would fall in category of visual and auditory hallucinations. These symptoms are seen in group of diseases which are clubbed under psychosis. You are so young and you should share this problem with your relative or care-giver and seek help of a psychiatrist. Psychiatrist will discuss about it with you in greater detail and will be able to prescribe effective medication.
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Answered: Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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