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Can a person with schizophrenia have no recollection of their bazaar behavior

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I've heard this sort of thing before, people blacking out and coming round to find they've done things.

Is this what happend to you? Can you go into any more detail of what happened?
 
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the simple answer is yes friends who've come off meds quite often don't remember their behaviour. will be adamont they haven't behaved that way, one used to claim he was walking down the street completely innocently when the mental health team jumped him
 
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yes and sometimes remember things that didnt happen
 
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I've heard this sort of thing before, people blacking out and coming round to find they've done things.

Is this what happend to you? Can you go into any more detail of what happened?
This is about my daughter.

What did I just witnessed?

Hi Guys

Sorry it’s been a while responding but I was apprehensive in posting this for obvious reasons.

The week that I posted my question, I thought I’d find a reason behind my daughter’s bizarre behavior but a lot as transpired since that day that I’m not quite sure what I just witnessed.

I'm not going to go into details just yet about my daughters strange behavior so to cut a long story short, my daughter was with child and would have been my second grandchild.

The week that you responded to my post, I learned that my daughter had lost the baby.

But what’s so strange is when I spoke to my daughter she said the nurse told her she had a miscarriage and that the baby died three weeks ago, the same week that my daughter suddenly had this bizarre behavior. So I’m not sure now if its schizophrenia or a spiritual encounter of the baby and I witnessed my grandchild dying, it sound’s crazy I know, but the day that this happened I asked my daughter if she was alright and she answered yes as though nothing had happened..

I strongly believe she had no idea of what happened on that day and I want to talk to her about it, but mourning the loss of the baby will not be the right time.
 
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I'm so sorry for the loss of your unborn grandchild, I can't begin to imagine the effect a miscarriage has on a mother.

Don't worry about sounding crazy, collectively there's nothing we haven't heard of or experienced before here on the forums, you're in a safe place.

Personally I've exhibited bizarre behaviour when I was going through psychosis, like there was someone else in control of my actions. I have a theory but I'll reserve my special brand of crazy until I'm sure it pertains to your daughters experience if it does at all.
 
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sorry to hear about the baby Nombu

I'm sure that could result in all kinds of bizzarre symptoms
strange behaviour, or emotional disconnection
she might be in shock

:grouphug:
 
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Sorry for your loss,
 
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