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Severe sadness, hear loud scary voices that worsen at night after treatment for mental illness. Help?

I just got out of the hospital for mental illness two days ago for hearing voices and extreme sadness. Now they ve come back. I m not suicidal but am scared. I do live with my parents so I m not alone right now. The voices talk to me loudly and seem to get worse at night. I also feel like I could cry at any time. I feel pissed right now. How the hell am I going to sleep tonight with the freaking loud voices in my head. I m scared. How do I tell my supportive parents the truth after just two days of being back home? Please help. I just need to chat with someone right now who can help.
Asked On : Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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It is distressing to have such voices called auditory hallucinations. You must continue with your medications as prescribed from the hospital. It takes some time for the psychiatric medications to have their full effect. Till that time you have to hold yourself and face these things. You should tell your parents and it will be a lot better if they know about it. They are the one who will understand you and you will find chatting with them easy. Do not hesitate to get back to your doctor if you feel that you are not able to handle it.
Good luck.
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