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Auditory halucinations - December 21st 2009, 11:57 AM

I kee hearing things, mainly while I'm listening to music. It's usually people calling my name, but I hear the bell in school quite often. It's not really worrying me, as I've grown used to it - it's been hapening for years - but I was just wondering if any of you think it's something I should be worried about, or should see a doctor about.

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Re: Auditory halucinations - December 21st 2009, 02:55 PM

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If you are hearing voices I think that this is something you should talk to your doctor about. It seems to be worrying you since you have made this thread and so it's important you get checked out. Lots of people hear things and there are treatments that you can try; you just need to reach out for the help and support.

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Re: Auditory halucinations - December 21st 2009, 04:34 PM


I think that the fact you are hearing things, be it with music or anything its important to go see your doctor.

Its not fair that you have to suffer. And it does seem to be that you are suffering.

I hope you can find the courage to get some help, because there is help available.

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Re: Auditory halucinations - December 21st 2009, 06:53 PM

I used to hear the bell at school too, and people calling me too. I didn't go to the doctor for it right away and it went on for years, but then it eventually started happening more often and turned into me hearing different things that were quite alarming.
The earlier you go to the doctor the better, it might not be anything but it's better to be safe than sorry.

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Re: Auditory halucinations - December 21st 2009, 08:00 PM

When I was having hallucinations like you are (people calling my name, i would hear music when there wasn't any playing, etc.) My doctors told me that because 1) the hallucinations weren't instructing me to harm myself or anyone else 2) the hallucinations weren't causing significant distress 3) I wasn't paranoid or detached from reality that it wasn't a big deal and not something to really worry about. They also said if the hallucinations did start telling me to hurt myself/others, got really scary, or if i was noticing symptoms of paranoia etc to seek medical attention right away. I'd say it wouldn't hurt to get it checked out by a doctor, just to make sure you don't have any nuerological problems, but until your appt, to not worry too much.
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Re: Auditory halucinations - December 22nd 2009, 04:53 AM

Hallucination is actually far more common than people make out. Especially common is the auditory hallucination of hearing one's name called. Personally I wouldn't worry about it at all, but if it will make you feel better get it checked out or something.
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