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Over the past month, since my mood swings have become more prominent, I am not sure if these are hallucinations I am having or not.

I see out of the corner of my eye, fleeting forms, but when I turn my eyes to the object in the room, it disappears. 

This morning I saw a white cat sitting in the bathroom staring at me out of the corner of my eye just near the doorjam, when I looked it disappeared. 

But I am seeing things like this continually throughout the day.

 

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1 hour ago, Dewey said:

Over the past month, since my mood swings have become more prominent, I am not sure if these are hallucinations I am having or not.

I see out of the corner of my eye, fleeting forms, but when I turn my eyes to the object in the room, it disappears. 

This morning I saw a white cat sitting in the bathroom staring at me out of the corner of my eye just near the doorjam, when I looked it disappeared. 

But I am seeing things like this continually throughout the day.

 

floaties? or actual formed objects

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3 hours ago, looking for answers said:

floaties? or actual formed objects

Actual formed objects................

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1 hour ago, Hume's doona said:

Has your sleep been OK? Insomnia causes very much that

Sleep has been okay, Hume's.  Thank you for the suggestion :)

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I'm beginning to wonder if by increasing the Zyprexa, it's lowering my seizure threshold and what I am going thru today are seizure auras.  These are much stronger and different than the migraine auras I get.  I'm having them today and only safe place for me is in my recliner, so had to cancel my appointments today which was a huge disappointment. 

Sent off an email to my headache specialist/seizure doc asking about this and asking him to prescribe a new anti-seizure medication for me now.  Will see how he responds.  I worry about his excusing me from his practice as his partner did citing my seizures were to complicated for him which rolled over to my headache specialist citing the same.  Soo many neurologists have dropped me citing the same thing.  The last seizure specialist was tops in his field in my area, a professor at a well known university and is well published and yet he drops me from his care, I was soo bummed over this.  I keep wondering if there is more reason why he dropped me he is not disclosing.  His treatments were effective and I was responding, so clueless for now. 

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