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How to live your life with schizophrenia?

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Tvgirl

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How do you move on with your life after being diagnosed with schizophrenia. I am so afraid. And also does anyone know of any implants that can be injected in you to monitor your thoughts and that can see you face?
 
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Zig Zag

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No Tvgirl I do not know of any implants like this Have you mentioned this to your p doc may be he could give you something to help you with you fear of your condition.There are many medications to choose from Good Luck with this you deserve all the help that's out there. :havingfun: :hug5:
 
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natalie

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Hi Tvgirl,


Very well, thouigh I do have my lows just like everybody else with mental health , schizophenia issues.

However, I happen to be a positive one, normally, I had a bad turn of a month of August, and t hen I finally in September came through, more happier, and October, very much better from the low side of things; I have a day, when I go and do my workout in at home, and also or go to class of zumba, gold, level, and if any comes up, I go out to non paid work on that same day i'll workout on. In my spare time, I'll listen to musicals and music and knitting, and visit the forums such as here and another smaller forum.


Also, it would be a good idea, for you to be seen by a mental h ealth department, you are in a c risis and need u rgent crisis help or book up for a general doctor, i have noted, that you are not in Britain, and we have a completely different system to how we operate, we cannot diagnose you here at MHF.

I doubt very much, that you have got implant, on your head, again, you might have to have assessment tests, to confirm to prove, your suspected condition.
And I feel, that you do need to be on serious, and i mean serious medication and the right dose, for this kind of problem. Again, we here at MHF cannot diagnose you need to seek that help, preferably on tomorrow, or on Monday, or contact an out of hours duty doctor, meaning outside of normal mental health department hours.

Best Wishes.
 
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linus

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Hi,

Hope you’ll feel better, maybe you can already observe that nothing bad happened to you even if you kep lt imagine the worst. You have a whole life ahead of you and you surely deserve to feel good with yourself. Remember to take care of your family, that would be a therapy for yourself as well.
 
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LORD BURT

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How do you move on with your life after being diagnosed with schizophrenia. I am so afraid. And also does anyone know of any implants that can be injected in you to monitor your thoughts and that can see you face?
Schizophrenia is a walking talking reason to fight. You have to fight. Fight hard, and you will be okay.
 
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Daybreak

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I try to keep myself occupied with something interesting. Looking at self-help videos on youtube is something I enjoy.
 
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