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Auditory hallucinations due to hydrocephalus, family history of dementia - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   i have a question
Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   sometimes when I am alone i start thinking people are with me
Doctor :   ok

User :   and i start to talk to them
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   what is your age?
User :   18
User :   about 2 minutes later i will catch myself
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   how long does it happen?
User :   There is history of dementia in my family
Doctor :   ok
User :   usually for a few minutes
User :   but very frequently
Doctor :   when did it started actually?
User :   I have hydrocephalus
Doctor :   ok
User :   It has been around since i was young
User :   maybe 10
Doctor :   DId you get treated for that?
User :   yes. i have a csf tube
Doctor :   ok
User :   Sometimes i have anxiety attacks bad also
Doctor :   Do you have nay headaches /fever/jerks in your body
Doctor :   *any
User :   not usually
User :   i know the symptoms
Doctor :   ok
User :   i have had 2 revision
User :   I just think i might be going crazy, and more paranoid
Doctor :   Are you using any medication right now?
User :   everything i hear makes me think i could have it
User :   but i talk myself out of it
User :   but i think it is progressing

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