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Is this hallucination a problem? - May 30th 2012, 02:41 AM

So I hadn't had a visual hallucination in over a year, but earlier today my sister and I were in the car waiting for my mom in a parking lot. It was raining really hard, and I saw the water start flooding through the cracks between the car and the doors and flood the inside of the car. I could swear it was real, I could even feel the water when it started to soak my feet, but I didn't do anything because I was too scared. I just shut my eyes and tried to breathe deeply, and when I opened my eyes everything was normal except my heart was pounding and I felt dizzy and light-headed. I also had a major headache and my chest pains were back (see my thread in general health forum). Seeing the flooding happened in a period of maybe twenty seconds or so, so I wasn't sure if since it was so short I should be concerned or anything. Should I bring it up to my doctor when I go next week or just wait and see if it happens again before I bring it up?
   
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Re: Is this hallucination a problem? - May 30th 2012, 03:52 AM

I think it would be best to tell your doctor, no matter how small or short it may be.
The more your doctor knows the better prepared they can be to help you, this goes with everything and anything from physical to mental.


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