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    I get this quite often but I find that when I speak to people that they tell me to forget it and ignore it. But how can I ignore it when its there? I keep hearing that sound when you phone someone like bbrrr brrr but its not me and I cant find an explanation for it. Then other times I see people walking in my house like mutants but they arent there! It sounds crazy but I think im losing my mind! A friend told me about schizophrenia but surely not? I have always thought people were talking about me behind my back or they were going to do something to me or my family. I also get extreme migraines sometimes I feel like I cant see. When I get migraines I cant do anything same with when I see things. Its not just on the odd occasion its almost every day and its putting me off studying and I cant go to the doctors by myself!
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    I get this quite often but I find that when I speak to people that they tell me to forget it and ignore it. But how can I ignore it when its there? I keep hearing that sound when you phone someone like bbrrr brrr but its not me and I cant find an explanation for it. Then other times I see people walking in my house like mutants but they arent there! It sounds crazy but I think im losing my mind! A friend told me about schizophrenia but surely not? I have always thought people were talking about me behind my back or they were going to do something to me or my family. I also get extreme migraines sometimes I feel like I cant see. When I get migraines I cant do anything same with when I see things. Its not just on the odd occasion its almost every day and its putting me off studying and I cant go to the doctors by myself!
    It could be schizophrenia, your symptoms are similar. But honestly, you need to go to the doctor. I don't think anyone here can assess you correctly.
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    it's probably worth speaking to someone professional about it... hallucinations are actually relatively common (at least 10% of people will experience them at some point for one reason or another) and it doesn't have to mean your life is over and you're going to be crazy forever, but you should get support to deal with them
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    This could be a number of things, some serious some not. Its worth getting a proper evaluation...even if that sounds scary x

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    Is it possible (and this is my problem) that you're actually really sensitive to noise? I hear things that most people don't. It's not a case of hearing things that aren't there though. But yeah, I'd speak to a GP.
 
 
 
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