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Melatonin auditory hallucinations

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Dr.  Abhishek Kapoor MD

Am still having the auditory hallucinations in spite of reducing the GABENTIN to 800 MG in the afternoon and 1200 at HS. The degree of tolerance varies daily. Am trying just to accept the reality ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Abhishek Kapoor ( Psychiatrist)
Dr.   Srikanth Reddy MD

My 82 year old mother insists that she is having music playing low in her home and it is the same song, we have placed a tape recorder and everything. She says it quits the minute she picks up her telephone or someone is... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Srikanth Reddy ( Psychiatrist)
Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi MD

I am so sad again Dr Bishnoi. In July when XXXXXXX filed the injunction he said that I said that he could be a homicidal killer to a woman a bit frightening and confusing since he had told me he was deeply in love with... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi ( Psychiatrist)
Dr. Geldon Fejzo MD

Hello I just sent this to a psychiatrist on this site. But as I cannot see a neurologist fir a while due to xmas and busy schedule i was hoping you can rule out this for me. I just want to know want this symptom could be. ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Geldon Fejzo ( Neurologist)
Dr. Chintan Solanki MD

My nephew is 26 yrs old. he complains that he can hear voices of male & female in his ears. they teases him. and than he gets angry and sometimes turn violent. please advice. View answer

Answered by : Dr. Chintan Solanki ( Psychiatrist)

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Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi MD

, Melatonin. A test result, DOPAC is low and others are fine. The new doctor told Quetiapine is also allergic ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi ( Psychiatrist)
Dr.  Sourav Ganguly MD

I AM WORKING AS A MANAGER IN A MNC. ONE YEAR BACK DUE TO SOME DOMESTIC CAUSES THERE ARE REGULAR ARGUMENTS AND QUARELLED BETWEEN ME WITH MY NEIGHBOURS FAMILY . NOW I HAVE CHANGED MY RESIDENCE TO A DISTANCE PLACE BUT I... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sourav Ganguly ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Vishal Garala MD

Hey. Every couple months I get this voice in my head, it s my own voice, but it speeds up and isn t controlled by me every couple months. These things only happen every couple months, and only last for about 10 minutes at... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vishal Garala ( Psychiatrist)
Dr.     Chintan Solanki MD

my sister is suffering from auditory hallucinations. She also feels that some body wants to hurt her. doctor prescribed 1- The Sizodon plus 2- The Zapiz 0.5 ny, (10/1/11): 1- The Sizodon plus 2 ... View answer

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Dr. K. V. Anand MD

A friend of mine has recently developed inner voices. This friend has said they are people they ve known deceased and present. My friend says the voices are people from our community and that they are plotting harm to my... View answer

Answered by : Dr. K. V. Anand ( Psychologist)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr.    Dariush Saghafi MD

There are other causes but most commonly, yes the psychiatric condition of schizophrenia is associated with auditory hallucinations. If you would like more information I am happy to have a 1-1 consultation...

Dr. Amarnath MD

You need a complete psychiatric work up . Have an appointment with a psychiatrist You need a complete evaluation for proper diagnosis and the treatment depends on the diagnosis.Thank if you find this message useful.

Dr.  Yogesh D MD

More likely to be seizures or plain hallucinations. Unlikely to be PTSD.