Hallucination & LaughterI bring this case one more time in order to get fresh advise.
Male 34, Single, University Student.
Hot Summer and Cold Winter.
Unstopable flow of thinking
Talking to himself and Laughing. Unable to keep in a place put, inclined to walk up and down.
Anxiety,Sleeplessness at night.
Gets sleep early in the mornings, most of the nights no sleep at all.
Talks and laughs whole night long.
Raise both hands up while on bed and talks.
Be on bed after wake up until get laughter.
Fear of uncertainty of future and worries.
Controls symptoms in presence of others (members not from his own family).
Symptoms high at home.
Symptoms aggrevate when hear unhapply and or sad news.
There is no pattern observed.
Aversion to salty, fatty food
No appitite, no thirst.
Never smoked nor drank alcohol or any other substance.
At age 12, his younger sister, she was 5 years of age at that time, was shot and fatally wounded, displaced, left home town and lived in city of conjested places. Faced a new environment, new faces, tough neighbourhood and unknown language.
Two years after, started talking and laughing, said, hearing voices from away.
Strated psychiatric treatment (1994)and continue to date.
There is a family history of depression from both patents' parents.
Homeopathic treatment followed:
Kali Bromatum 200
Crocus Sativa 1M
Hyoscyamus 200 & 1M
Phosphoricum Acidum 200
|*@5@*Belladonna Q (Name of some remedies unknown, the Homeopath prescribed, never revealed the names)
Hyoscyamus 1M was given on May 6/07, no avail.
If need more/specific information, I am glad to help.
Your sugestion is greately appreciated.
sthillaiyah on 2007-05-14
Sycotic last decade
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