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Suggest management of bipolar disease, panic attacks, anxiety disorder and depression

My name is Julie I have bipolar disease, panic attacks anxiety disorder and major depression and for the first time tonight I thought I was going crazy. I heard voices in left ear I couldn't make out what they were saying just a bunch of chattering and then my dad was sitting in my room watching a movie with me and I got up to use restroom and when I went back in room I couldn't see my dad in his chair I started hollering where did you go dad and he was there all the time. I am 53 yrs old is this cause to be concerned or should I just wait and see if it happens again ?
Thu, 28 Aug 2014
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If you have hearing of voices that's mean auditory hallucination, then you need to take low dose antipsychotic. That would help to control the symptoms. These voices could be part of bipolar disorder. Better to discuss with your psychiatrist. In case, you need further help, you can ask.

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Suggest management of bipolar disease, panic attacks, anxiety disorder and depression

Hi Thanks for using healthcare magic If you have hearing of voices that s mean auditory hallucination, then you need to take low dose antipsychotic. That would help to control the symptoms. These voices could be part of bipolar disorder. Better to discuss with your psychiatrist. In case, you need further help, you can ask. Thanks