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Halucinations, unwanted swearing, suicidal tendency, depression, laughing, crying at inappropriate situations, scared of public. Diagnosis?

What mental disorder do I have? I m really depressed so it s hard for me to type. I ve just had to re write this so I m very angry, but i ll just put symptoms. Symptoms Used to hear voices (first of my guardian angel and then from god- lasted from January- till Christmas day 2012- only very rarely talk to him agin) - Have many beliefs (voices explained to me about the universe and how he created it from experiments on planets in the solar systems he had made then he let it all die out so that he could use all that power to create a world big enough to plant and create a cycle of many creations and many other stories) - laugh at innopropiate things- laugh at sad things or serious things (that inside i know is not funny, but I can t help it) such as people crying, people shouting or being shouted at, people saying there loved one had died or something sad had happened to them. Don t laugh at funny things, like people laughing so badly at a joke, that I don t think is funny, and I m the only one who doesn t get the joke and I look miserable. - sleeping patterns- cant get to sleep until at least 3am and don t get up until at least 11am. - scared of people- walking past people or seeing people that aren t my sister, my mother, sometimes my father or me makes me disturbed, petrified, paranoid and a panic attack feeling. - staying in bed all the time- always in my bed away from everyone either sleeping, hiding under bed sheets or planning a new life (obsessed with it even though it s not something I like). - obsession with certain numbers- obsession with numbers 2 and 5, always using them for things like, I will have 2 sips and 5 gulps, I will get out the cold shower in 2 minutes and 5 seconds then 5 minutes and 2 seconds. -Talking- I hadly answer people when they speak to me and I never seem like I m listening. - referred to as rude- although I see my self as being polite - don t have any ambitions in life, and just think about death -too scared to go out in public - dont care about anything (I mean anything except for my dad, sister and mother and pets) - crying- always cry when pet usually does but when my last pet died on my birthday I seemed ok about it. -uncomfortable with speaking to people - swearing- I ve never swore, but recently Ive been swearing with words that I would never dare say. - sex- got obsessed with sexual activity, such as wanting to have sex, imagine having sex, and planning my dream life as being raped (even though I would never dare to be raped) -hallucinations or dream- woke up at night seeing blue dots on the ceiling and hearing a Disney film being played although cannot see, then I m being strangled and cannot scream that I can feel- did not wake up from this- same side I was on- same darkness from outside and all just disapeared over time with a pain still in my neck- I believe it was a hallucination. Hugs- uncomfortable with being hugged Delusions- believe that talking or seeing someone that they will call me a lier, criticise me and spy on me all the time- feel as if someone is watching me and more. Thoughts- suicidal and depressive, unhappy, sick feeling thoughts. I just want to know if I have a disorder or not, because something is not right, I already treated for being depressed and there are a lot more symptoms but that s enough I think.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dec 2014
Hello Lalalalala2222255
Welcome to Health Care Magic

You have mentioned all of your symptomatology in detail and in elaborative manner. The symptoms you are having like-
- Hallucinations (hearing voices of angels, talking to you about supernatural ideas)
- Social Withdrawal
- Delusions of reference, paranoid delusions
- Uncomfortable in unfamiliar surrounding
- Inappropriate laughter
these symptoms are pointing to the clinical picture of Schizophrenia, and most likely of Paranoid type.

Also you are having obsessions for number 5,2, sexual obsessions these may be secondary to the schizophrenia as in about 35% of patients of schizophrenia, Obsessions and compulsions are also seen.

Kindly visit a good psychiatrist and take opinion ASAP
Take Care
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist Dr. Jonas Sundarakumar's  Response
Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic. Thanks for your query.

I understand that you must be going through a difficult time due to these multiple symptoms. Your symptoms such as hearing voices, having abnormal beliefs / delusions, paranoid ideation, social withdrawal and deterioration are all indicative of a psychotic disorder, called Schizophrenia.

Now, Schizophrenia is a chronic illness but treatment is available to control your symptoms. It is important to take regular treatment to keep the illness under control and prevent relapses. So, I would advise yoi to see a psychiatrist for further evaluation and treatment.

Wish you all the best.

Dr. Jonas Sundarakumar
Consultant Psychiatrist
Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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