Dissociative Disorder

Dissociative disorder refers to the absence of mind or frequent forgetfulness. The individual may not be able to recall the identity or activity they are currently engaged. It affects thoughts, memory, and action.

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I hear several voices and get paranoid thoughts. Please help.

Query: Hi doctor,I am an 18 year old female. In the past year, I had been hearing several voices telling me to do certain things. Sometimes, I hear things that are not really present. Often, I feel like I am observing my own life as an outsider and this has been happening for two years. I also have trouble...  Read Full »

Mehwish Mursaleen

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read and completely understand that you have been facing a disturbed state of mind. The symptoms you have mentioned here are indication of a psychotic phenomenon called as hallucinations. It is a kind of phenomenon in which a person sees unusual things such as pers...  Read Full »

My friend said I was talking gibberish, but I do not remember doing so. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, I was talking with my friend today, and after our conversation, when we met again, she asked if I was feeling alright. Apparently, mid conversation, I started going in and out of talking gibberish, then continuing the conversation as if nothing had happened. I have absolutely no memory...  Read Full »

Mehwish Mursaleen

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I understand that you feel concerned about forgetting the content of your conversation. Forgetting the words of your previous conversation or the inability to recall a few events may occur due to the normal information processing of your brain. It might also be due to ...  Read Full »

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