appears to be schizophrenia
,currently in remission
Thank you for your reply. Delusion
of control is a criteria using which a person can be diagnosed with schizophrenia, even in absence of hallucinations
and other delusions. However, schizophrenia may remit after a single episode.
If a patient would have come to me with your diagnosis, I would have examined him thoroughly for presence of any psychotic symptom at present. If none found, I would have gradually tapered down the dose of medications over 6 to 12 months, and kept him for periodic observation every 3 months or so, while requesting him to contact immediately in case any symptom arises again.
I would suggest you to contact a psychiatrist
for the same and request you not to stop the medications suddenly by yourself.
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